N. Jayaram, Satish Saberwal
Oxford University Press, 1996 - Social Science - 563 pages
A systematic study of social conflicts reveals the manner in which societies function. Reviewing a wide range of perspectives on conflict, Social Conflict is organized into five sections: the family sphere, the cultural sphere, the political sphere, the work sphere, and conflict resolution.
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