PSY 400 Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking

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Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking By: Selina Appel PSY/400 Leah Reagan University of Phoenix Name 1
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Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking Conflict is one part of the human experience that never seems to go away completely as time has gone on. There is always some sort of conflict happening every day. From small family squabbles of not taking out the trash or leaving dirty dishes in the sink to large wars between countries, conflict is something that seems to be here to stay. No matter how sophisticated, evolved or enlightened we think society is, conflict still remains a part of modern life. This makes conflict resolution and peacemaking extremely important skills to have in place. Without having a way to put an end to conflict in a manner that helps to soothe all parties involved, the world would be in complete and utter chaos because it can be easy to not agree on certain things. This is especially true for hot button issues, such as human rights, abortion, gun control, equality between the genders, land rights and more. According to Myers (2010), “Recall that conflict is a perceived incompatibility of
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