The subject proceeds from multidisciplinary foundations and definitions of peace and conflict to examine conflict resolution theory. The subject covers the role of language in communication of interests and conflict prevention; cognitive and practical obstacles to peace making and conflict resolution; and the application of peace-making and peace building principles and problem solving techniques at personal, organisational, national and international levels.
School of Accounting and Finance
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