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Conflict In Action: Dynamics and Functions

Conflict In Action: Dynamics and Functions

Author: Craig Coletta

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will understand how to analyze and map the dynamics and functions of a conflict

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  • Stalemate

    A situation where conflict has reached a state of impasse; neither party is able or willing to take further action to advance its interests.

  • Hardening of Positions

    In long term conflicts, when parties strengthen the belief that their position is the only way to acceptably resolve the conflict.

  • Escalation

    Movement of a conflict from a less intense or harmful stage to a more intense or harmful one.

  • Polarization of Attitudes

    In conflict, when parties’ attitudes towards each other move to more negative extremes.