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New Directions in Conflict Theory
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New Directions in Conflict Theory
Conflict Resolution and Conflict Transformation

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August 1991 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This is a timely work which explores the validity of rational and subjective approaches to conflict resolution, considers the value of international law and organizations for addressing complex social phenomena, and outlines a structural approach to international conflicts. In addition it extends the analysis of conflict transformation to new issues on the international agenda, such as antagonism between urban and rural areas and threat to the environment.
Raimo V[um]ayrynen
To Settle or to Transform? Perspectives on the Resolution of National and International Conflicts
Morton Deutsch
Subjective Features of Conflict Resolution
Psychological, Social and Cultural Influences

 
Michael Nicholson
Negotiation, Agreement and Conflict Resolution
The Role of Rational Approaches and their Criticism

 
Richard Falk
International Law in a Fragmented World
The Challenge of New Issues and New Actors

 
Michael Renner, Mario Pianta and Cinzia Franchi
International Conflict and Environmental Degradation
Peter Wallensteen
The Resolution and Transformation of International Conflicts
A Structural Perspective

 
Juergen Dedring
Multilateral Aspects of Conflict Resolution
Hans Nagpaul
Urban-Rural Relationships and Social Conflicts in India
Susana Pe[ti]nalva
Urbanization, Urban-Rural Cleavages and Conflicts in Latin America

`...a useful and innovative model...contains worthwhile insights and excellent up-to-date bibliographic references' - Canadian Journal of Political Science

`This book is a recommended addition to the field of conflict theory literature. It may be partiuclarly interesting to those who are already quite familiar with the general theories in the area of conflict resolution. The volume contains helpful bibliographical references and insightful analysis.' - Millennium

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