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Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution Emanuelson Sociology 320 Fall 2009
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2 Overview Overview Why Does Conflict Occur PD and other Social Dilemmas Behavioral Strategies Trust Approaches Osgood’s GRIT The Theory of Unilateral Initiatives
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3 Why Does Conflict Emerge  Why Does Conflict Emerge  Conflicting Interests Structural in nature Ball players vs team owners Realistic group conflict theory Fixed Pie Assumption You have 2 kids and 1 orange – what’s the solution People tend to use a “zero sum” approach However, sometime both desires can be maximized Social Comparison We compare ourselves to others A1: People desire a positive self image A2: We assess ourselves with respect to others (looking glass self)
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4 The Prisoner’s Dilemma To be a PD game: T > R > P > S (2R) > (T+S) Developed by Flood and Dresher in the 1950s
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