Conflict Resolved?: A Critical Assessment of Conflict Resolution

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Pinter, 1998 - Conflict management - 180 pages
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This book provides readers with a provocative and insightful examination of conflict resolution theory and practice, taking stock of the ideas, assumptions and practices in this emerging field. Focusing on biology, culture, management, psychology, social psychology and more, the book raises vital questions in the examination of whether and how to more effectively resolve conflict. Central to its thesis is the interaction between the skills of resolving conflict and the societal pressures for conflict's continuation.

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