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Addressing Worldview Difference in Cross-Cultural Conflicts

Addressing Worldview Difference in Cross-Cultural Conflicts

Author: Craig Coletta

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will understand how to raise the issue of possible cultural influence in conflict or conflict resolution situations and work with parties to address the issue.

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Terms to Know

A form of human social organization in which people identify themselves as members of a group sharing symbol systems, norms, traditions, and viewpoints towards the world.


The way a person interprets and makes decisions about his or her environment (world), including beliefs or assumptions about what is considered right or normal.