4 edition of Conflict and consensus found in the catalog.
Conflict and consensus
Harold M. Hodges
Bibliography: p. -571.
|Statement||[by] Harold M. Hodges.|
|LC Classifications||HM51 .H62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 587 p.|
|Number of Pages||587|
|LC Control Number||71137811|
Beyond Conflict to Consensus: An Introductory Learning Manual by Bob Chadwick If you have the desire or the intent to confront and resolve conflict, this manual can help teach you the skills. Every technique or question in here has purpose. In trying to understand the purpose, you will better understand conflict in human Size: KB. Read this book on Questia. Constitution Making: Conflict and Consensus in the Federal Convention of by Calvin C. Jillson, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Constitution Making: Conflict and Consensus in .
A New Book on Consensus Decision Making. by Tim Hartnett PhD (New Society Publishers, ) Poised to become a new standard for group facilitation, Consensus Oriented Decision Making combines: An efficient step-wise model; A truly collaborative approach; Effective conflict resolution techniques; Powerful communication skills. The following visualization issues are discussed: (1) stakeholders' perception representation and consensus measurement, (2) perception visualization, (3) conflict identification, and (4) conflict Author: Mohammad Agus Yusoff.
The author argues that postwar British politics, up to and including the Blair Government, can be largely characterised in terms of continuity and a gradual evolution from a period of conflict over the primary aims of government strategy to one of recent relative consensus. This book provides a provocative and challenging account of the Cited by: Co-operation, Conflict, and Consensus stands out as MacPherson's best book since Each for All. It has four particular strengths. First, it is a study not just of one organization, but of an entire movement of diverse and often conflicting organizations set in Author: Brett Fairbairn.
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On Conflict and Consensus book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. There are many ways to make decisions. Sometimes, the most /5. Conflict and Consensus in American History Paperback – June 1, by Allen F. Davis (Editor), Harold D.
Woodman (Editor) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. Conflict and consensus book See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(4). On Conflict and Consensus. Conflict is usually viewed as an impediment to reaching agreements and disruptive to peaceful relationships.
However, it is the underlying thesis of Formal Consensus that nonviolent conflict is necessary and desirable. It provides the motivations for improvement.
The challenge is the creation of an understanding in. CONFLICT AND CONSENSUS IN AMERICAN POLITICS uses its titled theme to underscore both real life politics as well as the theory behind how American Politics is supposed to work. The book's organizational framework, as well as features in each chapter, makes these connections clear to students of American Government and offer, therefore, an 3/5(1).
The first explicit statement of the consensus position, in fact, had come from the left-leaning Richard Hofstadter, in his book The American Political Tradition (). The main body of the book consisted of iconoclastic biographical sketches of major figures in American political history: Thomas Jefferson was “The Aristocrat as Democrat.
The first of two volumes of Seymour Martin Lipsit's major papers deals with social and political conflict and, to a lesser extent, the way in which value systems and political institutions maintain order and consensus.
Together these papers expound Lipset's thesis that, although all complex societies are characterized by a high degree of internal tension and conflict, consensual 5/5(1).
conflict resolution games in this book are designed to allow team mem-bers to increase their ability to resolve conflict and ultimately transform conflict into collaboration.
Games and activities create a safe environment for team members to experience real conflict—complete with emotions, assumptions, and com-munication challenges. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Resolving Environmental Disputes: From Conflict to Consensus by Roger Sidaway (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Criminology: The Consensus View of Crime. Words 4 Pages. Criminology is the study of crime and criminals; a branch of sociology.
More accurately, it is the study of crime as a social trend, and its overall origins, its many manifestations and its impact upon society as a whole. Consensus, conflict, and the interactionist views of crime.
On Conflict and Consensus. likes. Book. It’s a sterile garden and he lies like a fishpond, still water, and the virus ers: The book is a must for all interested in value research and in Ireland." – Hans-Dieter Klingemann, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB) / Social Science Research Centre, Berlin "This book makes splendid use of a wide range of survey research on attitudes to major issues in both societies on the island of Ireland.
The Cited by: 2 On Conflict and Consensus ATI Version Consensus and Cooperation Consensus process, on the other hand, creates a co-operative dynamic. Only one proposal is considered at a time.
Everyone works together to make it the best possible decision for the Size: KB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: Conflict & consensus in modern American history. Description: xiii, pages. This book presents a bold new theory of the processes of collective decision-making that draws on theoretical influences ranging from group decision theory through to the authors' own social representations theory.
Moscovici and Doise offer a novel analysis of group conflict and the construction of consensus to produce a general theory of collective decisions. published under title: Conflict or consensus in American history. published under title: Conflict or consensus.
Description: 2 volumes 24 cm: Contents:  In early American history In modern American history. Responsibility: edited with introductions by Allen F. Davis [and] Harold D. Woodman. Consensus is defined as finding the middle ground between total agreement and total disagreement.A consensus means that everyone has come together to agree on one thing.
In a consensus, there are no winners or losers. Everyone accepts the final solution or decision and understands why that is the best decision for the conflict.
Conflict Resolution & Consensus An analytical problem-solving process that seeks self-sustaining outcomes To come to an agreement, at times the following are used: Compromise Power and Coercion A decision-making process used to ensure that everyone has input into a decision If used correctly, everyone is supportive of the decision ANDFile Size: KB.
Conflict and Consensus in Early American History book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(4). 1 The Advantages of Formal Consensus 2 On Decisionmaking 3 On Conflict and Consensus 4 The Art of Evaluation 5 Roles 6 Techniques On Conflict and Consensus in other languages and formats YOU CAN ORDER COPIES OF THE BOOK ON CONFLICT AND CONSENSUS To order books email us [email protected] call and place your order over the.
Drawing on case studies from Bosnia, Afghanistan and Haiti, the text argues that local ownership can only be fostered through a long-term consensus-building process, which involves all levels of the conflict-affected society.
This book will be of great interest to students of peacebuilding, peace and conflict studies, development studies. a consistent way to introduce new members to consensus. At rst, he looked for existing literature to aid in conducting workshops on the consensus process. He was unable to nd any suitable material, so he set out to develop his own.
The rst edition of this book is the result of a year of research into consensusFile Size: 1MB.Book Description This book offers a fresh view of postwar British politics, very much at odds to the dominant view in contemporary scholarship.
The author argues that postwar British politics, up to and including the Blair Government, can be largely characterised in terms of continuity and a gradual evolution from a period of conflict over the.Consensus history is a term used to define a style of American historiography and classify a group of historians who emphasize the basic unity of American values and the American national character and downplay conflicts, especially conflicts along class lines, as superficial and lacking in complexity.
The term originated with historian John Higham, who coined it in a article .