Conflict: From Analysis to Intervention
Sandra I. Cheldelin, Daniel Druckman, Larissa Fast
A&C Black, Aug 13, 2003 - Political Science - 373 pages
This major new textbook analyses the emergent role of conflict analysis and resolution. Cheldelin, Druckman and Fast are all based at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, and are international experts in the field of conflict. Covering theory, research and practice, the authors provide a comprehensive typology of conflict, as well as an in-depth analysis of the structural, strategic and cultural factors which influence conflict. They explore its management and resolution, paying particular attention to the concepts of negotiation, mediation and peace-building.
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