Re-centering culture and knowledge in conflict resolution practice
At its core, the field of conflict resolution is about relationships and ways of approaching the task of problem solving. These relationships and approaches vary greatly depending on the individuals and groups concerned, and on the historical background of the conflict. Cultural perspective is thus fundamental to any dispute intervention. Re-Centering Culture and Knowledge in Conflict Resolution Practice is a collection of essays by scholars and practitioners of conflict resolution and grassroots community members whose contributions reflect the diversity of the field.
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