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Psychological aspects of international conflict.

R. Stagner

Psychological aspects of international conflict.

by R. Stagner

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A subsequent volume will be devoted to our sociocultural systems and social conflict [done in Vol. 2: The Conflict Helix], and to international relations as a particular social system [done in Vol. 4: War, Power, Peace]. However, without going into social processes and structures, Part V tries to show how the dynamic field is part of a larger. S. Clegg, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Organizational Conflict and Social Psychology. Orthodox social psychological approaches explore conflict through a hierarchy of dyadic interactions that start with the interpersonal and stretch to relations between discrete social entities, such as interest groups, unions, and even nation-states.

Book Description. This special issue is the outcome of a conference held in Stockholm The purpose of the conference was to discuss contributions that psychology can make to international diplomatic negotiations with the aim of preventing conflicts within and between states. Conflict Management, The process of defusing antagonism and reaching agreement between conflicting parties, especially through some form of negotiation. Also, the study a Conflict, In general usage, a conflict is a disagreement or incompatibility of goals. In conflict resolution literature, however, conflict is distinguished fro Conflict Of Laws, Conflict of laws, a subject also known as.

Psychological science is key to the art of negotiation. For this reason, psychologists should actively contribute to international diplomacy now more than ever. Meaningful diplomacy is based on core skills including successful communication, negotiation and conflict resolution, justice-based decision-making and knowledge of group processes. Conflict definition in international is an international conflict. Israel-Arab War, , Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of International relations 'The strategic structure.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stagner, Ross, Psychological aspects of international conflict. Belmont, Calif., Brooks/Cole Pub. Belmont, Calif.: Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., []. Format: Book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Psychological aspects of global conflict (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Negotiations and conflict resolution. Covers psychological aspects of crisis behaviour and Psychological aspects of international conflict. book and means to mitigate them.

This is followed by a brief history of US-USSR crisis management history and techniques followed by a brief summary of alternative models and by: It deals with interpersonal, intergroup, interorganizational, and international conflict.

The new edition is thoroughly updated, the language streamlined for greater clarity and coherence, and has additional content to address recent findings and world events. "Social Conflict, 3e" is a part of the McGraw-Hill Series in "Social Psychology.".

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Viewing conflict through a social-psychological lens brings into focus four suggested aspects of conflict that have implications for conflict resolution. These propositions are particularly relevant to conflicts in which the collective identities of the parties are engaged and in which the continued existence of the groups is seen to be at stake.

CONFLICT, AND TERRORISM: INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES Linda M. Woolf & Michael R. Hulsizer, Webster University () Overview This document* contains an annotated bibliography of materials on war, ethnopolitical conflict, terrorism, and peace issues written from a psychosocial perspective.

The bibliography includes major journal articles, book. Peace psychology is a subfield of psychology and peace research that deals with the psychological aspects of peace, conflict, violence, and psychology can be characterized by four interconnected pillars: (1) research, (2) education, (3) practice, and (4) advocacy.

The first pillar, research, is documented most extensively in this article. This synthesis of scientific insights and real-world applications makes Psychological Processes in International Negotiations necessary reading for negotiators, mediators, and conflict managers, psychologists, and psychotherapists, as well as for students and researchers in this field.

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This book is about conflict resolution through mediation, from a psychological perspective. Although written in part from the point of view of litigation, the objective is to demonstrate how an appreciation of the psychological aspects of conflict and an understanding of the emotional strategies people adopt in dispute situations can assist both lawyers and non-lawyers in resolving conflicts.

As I explain in my book From Conflict to Resolution, conflict exists in any situation where facts, desires, or fears pull or push participants against each other or in divergent directions.

Psychological aspects of providing medical humanitarian aid. Ian Palmer, Psychological effects of conflict and disaster. Leonard Cheshire Centre of Conflict Recovery, University College London, London. The series will be published as a book in the by: interlinked conflict system, and modes of interaction between conflict partic-ipants.

As an attempt to reflect past studies on behavioral, psychological, and structural aspects of conflict dynamics, the volume sheds light on the options and choices available to various actors, social psychological aspects of adver.

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Thus, most recently, I wrote that “the contribution of a social-psychological perspective to understanding international conflict depends on identifying the appropriate points of entry for psychological analysis—those points in a theory of international relations where social-psychological propositions may provide particularly relevant Author: Herbert C.

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