Conflict resolution: dynamics, process and structure
Ashgate, 1999 - 221 páginas
In recent years, there has been confusion in the field of conflict analysis and resolution as to the future directions of research and practice. Traditional understanding of conflict resolution does not adequately discuss structural conditions needed for intervention, strategies for conflict de-escalation and post-conflict peace building strategies. In this book, leading scholars in the field will introduce a new set of issues which reflect recent thinking in the field.
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Part H CONFLICT DYNAMICS
Identity Formation and Transformation
Partm PROCESS OF RECONCDLIATION
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accommodation and reconciliation actions adversaries agreement alter antagonistic apology approach basic behaviour Christopher Mitchell coercion coercive cognitive conciliatory conflict analysis conflict resolution context create cultural de-escalation de-escalatory dialogue discussion dominant economic efforts elements escalation escalatory ethnic conflict ethnic identification example existing factors forgiveness game theory George Mason University goals human identity identity formation identity politics identity transformation impact individual initial institutions inter-group interaction interpersonal involved issues Kelman Kriesberg meanings mediation methods Montville move movement mutual accommodation narrative needs negotiation nonviolent norms Northern Ireland organisations Oslo accord outcome participants particular peace peacebuilding policies political practice problem solving psychological recognition reconstruction relations relationship resolvers role Rwanda sanctions securitisation sense settlement shared situations social conflict social structures society strategies structural violence struggle Sudeten Germans theories third party threats transformation trauma understanding victimisation violence workshops
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