conflict resolution


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conflict resolution

Any of the methods used by disputing parties to settle their differences. Common methods include accommodating each other's needs, compromising, or working together toward shared goals; or avoiding, competing with, or attempting to defeat the opponent.
See also: resolution
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In 2008, the Alberta Legislature proclaimed International Conflict Resolution Day.
Making relevant materials available for the achievement of the above function of the library is an important instrument for conflict resolution.
To date, there is no study exploring the relation between conflict resolution styles and EI controlling Five Factor theory of personality.
This research is a descriptive study which investigates the conflict resolution strategies that university students use.
Toward peace: Using literature to aid conflict resolution.
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Julia completed her MA at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University where her focus was on conflict resolution and peacebuilding.
Kearon had "invaluable experience, especially in the field of church and community relationships and in mediation and conflict resolution.
Cheldelin is an associate professor and former director of the Institute for Conflict Resolution at George Mason University.
June 2-5: Conference: Come back to the core; Conflict resolution network Canada; Kitchener-Waterloo; www.
It was in that capacity that he initiated a project on religion and conflict resolution, which led to the publication of Religion, the Missing Dimension of Statecraft (Oxford University Press, 1994).
As team leader for the Norwegian Refugee Council he supervised a national education program for displaced children, which also provides training to community leaders and educators in peace building and conflict resolution.
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