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Violence-- catalyst or obstacle to conflict resolution?

Kristine HoМ€glund

Violence-- catalyst or obstacle to conflict resolution?

seven propositions concerning the effect of violence on peace negotiations

by Kristine HoМ€glund

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Published by Dept. of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social conflict.,
  • Political violence.,
  • Conflict management.,
  • Reconciliation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 19-21).

    StatementKristine Höglund.
    SeriesUppsala peace research papers,, no. 3
    ContributionsUppsala universitet. Institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM1121 .H64 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 p. ;
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3767290M
    ISBN 109150615300
    LC Control Number2003488010

    Hegre, Håvard & Håvard Mokleiv Nygård () Governance and Conflict Relapse, Journal of Conflict Resolution 59(6): – Nygård, Håvard Mokleiv & Michael Weintraub () Bargaining Between Rebel Groups and the Outside Option of Violence, Terrorism and Political Violence 27(3): – This book argues that the most important aspect of conflict resolution is for antagonists to understand their opponents as individuals, their ambitions, their pains, the resentments that condition their thinking and the traumas they do not fully themselves grasp.

      DuRant RH. Comparison of two violence prevention curricula for middle school adolescents. J Adolesc Health ;–7. DuRant RH, Barkin S, Krowchuck DP. Evaluation of a peaceful conflict resolution and violence prevention curriculum for sixth-grade students. J Adolesc Health ; – This collection of articles from development practitioners and feminist activists places violence against women, both direct and indirect, in the context of development. Violence is both a human rights issue and an obstacle to women's participation in development. Writers here focus on campaigning and advocacy work as well as work with women who have experienced violence.

    Historical Examples of Solving Conflicts with Violence. Historical Examples of Solving Conflicts with Violence In most people’s opinion non- violence is the best way to solve a problem. The strange thing is that when the time comes to solve a certain problem, violence is used. Violence is not the best way to solve a problem. 2 Conflict Prevention, Management, Resolution 3 Conflict Transformation 4 Dialogue 5 Dignity & Trust 6 Donors & Funding Unilateral superiority may pose a serious obstacle to construc-tive interaction between conflicting parties. But it would be pre- keep a conflict under control (→ violence & non-violence). As Friedrich Glasl has.


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