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Transforming conflict through communication in personal, family, and working relationships

Author: Peter M Kellett; Thomas Matyók
Publisher: Lanham : Lexington Books, [2016] ©2016
Series: Peace and conflict studies (Lanham, Md.)
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This book illustrates the centrality of communication in analyzing, understanding, and creating conflict transformation in personal, family, and work relationships. The resulting volume presents an  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter M Kellett; Thomas Matyók
ISBN: 1498515010 9781498515016 9781498515030 1498515037
OCLC Number: 953423759
Description: xviii, 415 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter One Contradictions and Dialectics as Keys to Conflict Transformation Chapter Two Compassion and Mindfulness in Conflict Transformation Chapter Three Transforming Indian Dowry Conflict: A Shero's Narrative Chapter Four Transformation of Persecution in Holocaust Survivor Testimonies Chapter Five Communication and Conflict: An Intersectional Lens Chapter Six My Work Ethic--My Everything: A Personal Narrative of Conflict Transformation in Service Industry Work Chapter Seven A Bona Fide Perspective of Restorative Justice: Implications for Researchers and Practitioners Chapter Eight Transforming Marital Conflict through Restorative Justice Chapter Nine Disputant Storytelling and Conflict Transformation in Mediation Chapter Ten Formulation Sequences in Mediation: One Locus of Conflict Transformation Chapter Eleven Segmented Silence in Mediation: Mitigating the Effects of Cognitive Overload Chapter Twelve Family Communication Environment and Communication Behavior in Conflicts: Reports from Parents and their Young-Adult Children Chapter Thirteen Emotional Intelligence and Conflict in Romantic Relationships among College Students Chapter Fourteen Promoting Ontological Insecurity to Transform the Governance of Science Chapter Fifteen Emergent Paradigms of Organizational Justice: Legalistic, Restorative, and Retributive Justice in the Workplace Chapter Sixteen"Socializing" Ideas: Exploring the Transformational Impact of Leadership and Conflict Practices Chapter SeventeenGratitude Communication as Workplace Conflict Management: Advancing a Strategy and Tactic for Positive Narrative Expansion Chapter Eighteen Art as an Aid to Solidify Students' Understanding of How Narrative Theory Helps Uncover Relational Conflict Dynamics Chapter Nineteen Conflict Games: A Framework and Case Study of Sport for Development and Peace Chapter Twenty Transforming Conflict in the Classroom: Best Practices for Facilitating Difficult Dialogues and Creating an Inclusive Communication Climate
Series Title: Peace and conflict studies (Lanham, Md.)
Responsibility: edited by Peter M. Kellett and Thomas G. Matyók.
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An important volume that once again demonstrates the immense value of a communication perspective on conflict. Throughout the chapters there are useful insights for conflict scholars, practitioners, Read more...

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