Find more information about: ISBN: 4405333531938 OCLC Number: 20171985 Description: xxiv, 295 pages: illustrations; 23 cm. Contents: pt. The Approach -- 1. The problem area -- 2. The human dimension -- 3. Human needs theory -- 4. The environment of conflcit -- 5.

The influence of tradition -- 6. Sources and trends in thought -- -- pt. The Political Context -- 7. Navigation points -- 8. The legitimization of authorities -- 9. Multi-ethnic societies -- 10.


The individual and society -- 11. Constructive intervention -- -- pt. Conflict Resolution -- 12. Decision making -- 13. Trends in conflict management and resolution -- 14. Conflict resolution as problem-solving -- 15. Culture -- 16.

Acceptabililty of conflict resolution -- -- pt. Provention -- 17. From resolution to provention -- 18. Second-order change -- 19. The intellectual challenge -- -- pt. Conclusion -- 20.

Download software server pulsa vre gratis. HOW LESSONS FROM MOZAMBIQUE AND LIBERIA CAN INFORM A WAY FORWARD A Thesis. CONGO’S INTRACTABLE CONFLICT: HOW LESSONS FROM MOZAMBIQUE AND LIBERIA CAN INFORM A WAY FORWARD. Burton, 'Resolution of Conflict,' International Studies Quarterly 16, no. Conflict management according to John Burton(1990) connote containment of conflict through steps introduced to promote conditions in which collaborative and valued relationships control the behavior of conflicting parties, in other words, conflict prevention. To Best(2012) conflict management is a process of reducing the.

Conflict resolution as a political system -- 21. A summary assessment. Series Title: Responsibility: John Burton.

Author Bio(s) John W. Burton served as Permanent Head of the Foreign Office for Australia and was a participant in many important international conferences, including the United Nations Charter Conference at San Francisco in 1945 and the Paris Peace Conference in 1946.

After his diplomatic career, Dr. Burton taught at University College of London, University of Kent, the University of Maryland and George Mason University. As one of the most influential scholars in the field of international relations and conflict resolution, Professor Burton has published more than 20 books and many book chapters and journal articles.