3 edition of Arts approaches to conflict found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Marian Liebmann.|
|Contributions||Liebmann, Marian, 1942-|
|LC Classifications||HM136 .A76 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|ISBN 10||1853022934, 1853023000|
|LC Control Number||95044815|
Contents Preface ix Part I Concepts and Analysis 1 1 Approaches to Understanding Conflict 3 The nature of conflict 5 The context of defining conflict 6 Socio-psychological dynamics 9 Conflict situations 10 Intractable conflict 12 Constructive versus destructive conflict 13 Root causes of conflict 15 Levels of analysis 16 Overview 18 2 Conflict Analysis Framework
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The Arts of Conflict Resolution Offered Fall No one person is an island. We need each other for countless reasons, among them comfort, safety, inspiration, and learning.
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This book will be of great interest to students of conflict resolution, peace and conflict studies, ethnic conflict and International Relations in general. Oliver Ramsbotham is Emeritus Professor of Conflict Resolution at the University of Bradford, UK, Chair of the Oxford Research Group, President of the Conflict Research Society and co-author.
Arts, Culture and Conflict Transformation: Daily summary Day 2: Imagining a powerful arts, culture, and conflict transformation field. Opportunities for collaboration, exchange, and learning. Session summary Thanks to everyone for another vibrant day of debate and sharing ideas.
The discipline of the arts has much to contribute to the field of conflict resolution. This article broadly investigates how artistic engagement facilitates transformative learning and the. Using the same tool for different kinds of conflict often leaves us feeling stuck and frustrated.
Authors Myra Warren Isenhart and Michael L. Spangle explain the major approaches to managing disputes at home, in the workplace or school, within communities, or in the international arena. Other articles where Approach-approach conflict is discussed: conflict: between two desired gratifications (approach-approach conflict), as when a youth has to choose between two attractive and practicable careers, may lead to some vacillation but rarely to great distress.
A conflict between two dangers or threats (avoidance-avoidance conflict) is usually more disturbing. About the book. This path-breaking new textbook provides a broad overview of the core concepts, actors and activities involved in building security and justice after conflict, as well as challenges and lessons learned in this field.
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The power approach views parties as competitors who both “try to influence the Reviews: 2. Myriam Denov is a full professor and holds the Canada Research Chair in Youth, Gender, and Armed Conflict at McGill University.
Her research centers on international child protection, the effects of war and migration on children and families, as well as. While it is important to know what forms of arts-based approaches are utilized today, more empirical work is needed to explain and evaluate how engagement with the arts could foster cooperative relationships and more constructive engagement with conflict even in contexts of intractable conflict.
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Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict edited by Rachel S. Harris is the first book designed to meet this need. Teaching the Arab-Israeli Conflict brings together thirty-nine essays from experienced educators who reflect on the challenges of engaging students in college classrooms.
Divided into seven sections, these personal essays cover a broad. Conflict Activities for Any Novel | Language Arts Classroom Add conflict activities to any novel, short story, or piece of literature.
These low-prep activities will help students understand a story's conflicts. If you've ever wondered how best to approach a conflict, Collaborative Approaches to Resolving Conflict will help you choose the right method for your problem.
Using the same tool for different kinds of conflict often leaves us feeling stuck and frustrated. Authors Myra Warren Isenhart and Michael L.
Spangle explain the major approaches to managing disputes at home, in the workplace or Reviews: 1. There are five approaches to conflict. The five approaches are based on two dimensions of personality: assertiveness and cooperation or people orientation.
Your approach, based on your personality style and the other party’s style, will have a great impact on how and whether a conflict is resolved amicably.
Conflict resolution refers to the process of ending a conflict or a dispute by satisfying at least partially the needs of each side and addressing their interests. It is an interdisciplinary and a relatively new field of research that started to develop after World War II ().
Conflict scholars prefer to. This type of conflict occurs when a character struggles with an internal issue.
The conflict can be an identity crisis, mental disorder, moral dilemma, or simply choosing a path in life. Examples of man versus self can be found in the novel, "Requiem for Author: Grace Fleming.
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Managed in the wrong way, real and legitimate differences between people can. To learn more about the Partnership for Conflict Resolution Education in the Arts or to receive information on training and technical assistance to implement CR education programs, contact the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education, West Main Street, Urbana, IL; E.
Post-Conflict Performance, Film and Visual Arts: Cities of Memory offers a comparative survey of the complex and often controversial encounters between public art, political memory and commemoration in divided societies, as well as offering insights into the political and ethical difficulties of balancing the dynamics of forgetting and remembering.
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Schuima's book, "The Value of Arts for Business" provides a comprehensive review of the use of arts in business. Organizations [ edit ] Terry McGraw, chairman and CEO of The McGraw Hill Companies, characterizes creativity as a "business imperative", and puts his companies’ successful experiences with arts-based learning in a broad.
This book offers a global perspective on research across the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and the Arts and Humanities. It highlights the added value of STEAM research and includes reflective essays and practical advice in setting up collaborative projects.
Bukari K. () Exploring Indigenous Approaches to Conflict Resolution: The Case of the Bawku Conflict in Ghana. Journal of Sociological Research, Vol. 4/2, p. Makondo L. () Death.
Culture: Evaluation of Concepts and Definitions in Relation pdf Conflict and Peacebuilding: /ch Human existence as a whole is attached to a culture. Every human is a member of a group that acts within the framework of patterns of behavior that is unique.Two approaches to Conflicts: There are at least two primary ways to download pdf you can approach conflict.
You can be either direct or indirect, and you can be either emotionally expressive or restrained. The way you approach conflict probably depends on your cultural background and the way you were raised.ment in organizations.
Normative approaches reflect attitudes ebook beliefs which identify all conflicts as destructive and promote conflict-elimination as the formula for organizational success. Descriptive approaches accept conflict as inevitable and consider its proper management the primary responsibility of all Size: 1MB.