This course examines how conflict resolution theory and practice intersect and relate to one another. This intersection of theory and practice will be explored through examining conflict resolution from three perspectives: the role of conflict and its resolution in our individual lives and relationships; the role of conflict and its resolution in society; and the changing ways that conflict and its resolution have been understood over time. Through this approach, learners will explore a number of understandings and meanings of conflict and resolution and how they relate to a range of practices and processes. You will engage in lectures, large group work, individual activities, and experiential exercises.
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