3 edition of Conflict cultures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80-84).
|Series||Silva fennica. Monographs,, 2, Silva fennica (Helsinki, Finland : 1967)., 2|
|Contributions||Suomen Metsätieteellinen Seura., Metsäntutkimuslaitos.|
|LC Classifications||SD387.E58 H45 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||2003362329|
David Augsburger’s book, Conflict Mediation Across Cultures, is not only a scholarly work in regards to conflict resolution, but also a wonderful collection of folk tales and proverbs that reflect the content of each chapter. This article explores tips for cultivating a positive conflict culture. Look beyond traditional views of organizational conflict. Traditionally, organizations have viewed conflict as a negative force which needs to be eliminated by imposing more structure or uniformity. Today, though, successful organizations are more likely to embrace.
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Conflict Across Cultures is written by a new generation of conflict resolution scholars from four parts of the world: Canada, South Africa, Conflict cultures book and the US. They describe processes and help build the skills necessary for successful conflict by: About the Author.
David W. Augsburger is Professor of Pastoral Counseling at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is the author of twenty books in pastoral counseling, marriage, and conflict and human relations, including Pastoral Counseling across Cultures and Helping People Forgive, both published by by: Cultures in Conflict offers students of history an invaluable source of documents regarding the history of the Mormon presence in Illinois.
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Remarkably readable, and even more valuable for its contribution /5. Ultimately, Cultures In Conflict provides a framework which assists administrators and teachers in establishing a dialogue on issues related to race Conflict cultures book culture, and provides a set of strategies for reducing disciplinary events and referrals.4/5(1).
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My library. Although the book is about intercultural relations, it importantly stresses that cultural differences are not the only factors in conflict; there are others that need to also be considered, such as one's own personal styles and biases.
The chapter I enjoyed the most was the author's "Properties of a great mediator".5/5(20). Culture is the lens through which we make sense of the world.
In any conflict, from petty disputes to wars between nation-states, the players invariably view that conflict through the filter of their own cultural experiences.
This innovative volume prompts us to pause and think through our most fundamental assumptions about how conflict arises and how it is resolved. Conflict is a part of all human relationships (Canary, ). Almost any issue can spark conflict—money, time, religion, politics, culture—and almost anyone can get into a conflict.
Conflicts are happening all around the world at the personal, societal, political, and international : Karen Krumrey. The culture in Corinth conflicted greatly with the lifestyle that the Apostle Paul proclaimed to those who chose to follow Jesus.
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