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Facts about Conflict

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Conflicts in these levels may appear "nested" in conflicts residing at larger levels of analysis.

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Conflict is generally regarded as an unpleasant state of affairs.

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On receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 for his efforts, King said "Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation.

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Often, marital conflict has roots in differences between gender roles, experiences each had prior to the marriage (particularly if these involved sexual abuse or other domestic violence), or cultural differences.

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Conflict resolution has been observed in non-human primates.

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Overcoming the barriers between different individuals and groups, living in service to others, is a good foundation for successful interactions that will not lead to violent conflict.

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Conflicts within the individual also arise from wrong motivation.

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The secular view, particularly that of ] who accept evolution as fact, tends to regard both internal and external conflicts as part of our "animal" nature that enables us to survive.

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Teachers can challenge students to analyze and suggest solutions to conflict situations.

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Negotiation, the most heavily researched approach to conflict resolution, has mainly been studied in laboratory experiments, in which undergraduate participants are randomly assigned to conditions.

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When conflict has occurred, reconciliation requires that each become sensitive to the other's perspective and experience, possibly through the use of a mediator.

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Reconciliation allows renewal, which opens new avenues of friendship based on the common experience of the conflict and its resolution.

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Among children, conflicts occur many times simply because of their immaturity.

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The Thirty Years War (1618 - 1648) diminished the population of Europe by close to 20 percent, and has been attributed primarily to conflict between Protestants and Catholics, at least in popular understanding.

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The conflict between these two types of desires is inevitable, since the nature and thus the needs of the mind and body are different, one being internal and eternal the other external and temporal.

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Students can learn valuable lessons by acting as mediator and helping others to find solutions to conflicts.

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Divorce has become increasingly acceptable, providing an apparently easy escape from marital conflict.

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Peer mediators are very helpful in resolving conflicts in school situations.

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Often, the restored relationship is stronger than it was prior to the conflict.

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Psychologist Kurt Lewin developed a typology of internal conflicts that individuals face.

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Conflict resolution is the ending of a conflict, or at least reduction of its severity.

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Similarly, dealing with the types of internal conflict described by Lewin is a normal feature of choice between alternative courses of action.

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Conflicts among nations or ethnic groups today are the result of accumulated historical burdens of crimes and mistreatment.

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A clash of interests, values, actions, or directions often sparks a conflict.

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Resolving marital conflict, however, is by no means impossible, although it requires hard work and investment on the part of both spouses.

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Forgiveness is essential to bringing to an end the tensions that exist in the conflict.

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When conflict is severe and the disputants have difficulty talking calmly with each other, mediators can put them into contact and help them develop a cease-fire or settlement.

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Methods involved in such forms of conflict resolution include negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and mediation-arbitration, which is a hybrid of the two processes.

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Within the Abrahamic faiths is found the model of conflict recounted in the story of the brothers Cain and Abel in the first human family.

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Sigmund Freud believed humans suffer from a number of conflicting impulses for survival, sexual pleasure, and social restraint, which result in neuroses and other mental disorders.

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Conflict is a state of disagreement between two or more parties.

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The idea was later elaborated on by Karl Marx who believed history to be the story of conflict between the wealthy and working classes.

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True resolution of conflict involves not only a cessation of antagonistic interactions, but also a reconciliation—forgiveness and a new start in the relationship.

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Negotiation, the most heavily researched approach to conflict resolution, has mainly been studied in laboratory experiments, in which undergraduate participants are randomly assigned to conditions.

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Marx taught that this conflict would eventually erupt into a society-wide war or revolution.

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Learning to deal with these conflicting emotions is part of the process of individual character development.

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Conflicts and their resolution appear to follow somewhat similar patterns between those between human beings.

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When they learn to relate to all people with respect, fairness, tolerance, and love they will be able to resolve the past conflicts and live in harmony.

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Methods of conflict resolution have been developed and applied in a wide range of social situations.

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To be successful, conflict resolution on the world scale must include the elements of religion and spirituality that exert such powerful influence in personal and world affairs.

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Conflict resolution is the attempt to reduce the tension and difficulties associated with a state of conflict.

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When these powerful emotions are acted on the conflict escalates, often with tragic and irreversible consequences.

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Terms associated with conflict by people from over 60 countries worldwide include anger, avoid, bad, control, destruction, fear, fight, hate, impasse, loss, mistake, pain, war, and wrongdoing (Weeks 1994).

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Conflict can occur between individuals or between groups of many types.

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Often forgiveness is difficult because the wounds of the conflict run deep.

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Schools offer a situation where conflicts will be experienced and where conflict resolution skills can be learned.

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The major conflict is within the narrator's mind. He is so distraught by the loss of his love that it leads him to the brink of insanity. He appears throughout the poem to be fighting with the raven, but in actuality, he is struggling within himself.

In I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou writes about her childhood conflicts. A man versus society conflict she faces is racism that runs rampant in Stamps, Arkansas. This conflict eventually leads to Maya's involvement in the civil rights movement.