About 38 results for the topic "conflict theory"
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Marxist theory quickly became ideology as activists worked for political revolution to eliminate (as they thought and hoped) social conflict by restructuring.
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By o colakkadioglu · 2012 · cited by 24 — in present study it has been aimed to analyze the effect and persistency of decision-making skill trai- ning group applications based on conflict theory on.
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Using conflict theory will educate students about how, under what conditions, and why conflict erupts, and how it can be managed. it is a unique classroom book ...
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Turk has been referred to as “the deviance theorist who has persisted longest in an effort to develop a non-marxist framework for the analysis of conflict.
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By j champe · cited by 26 — focal conflict theory (fct) is a model for conceptualizing and intervening in group process that has been applied to therapy and work groups.
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Levels of conflict. conflicts occur at various levels, ranging from the international level of wars to the inter-personal level of marital disputes—to which ...
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Conflict theory has a long history in sociology. without question, karl marx's work in the early to mid-1800s formed the initial statements of this ...
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By m weissmann · 2008 · cited by 13 — this covers 95% of all post-cold war conflicts. four questions are asked and answered: 1. what does the link between social movement theory and conflict ...
By vm esses · 2005 · cited by 27 — we first review historical perspectives on group competition, focussing on realistic group conflict theory (e.g., levine and campbell,. 1972; sherif, 1966).