Conflict resolution in adolescent relationships

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
van Doorn, M.D.;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Subject: Pedagogie en Andragogie/Onderwijskunde (PEAN) | Pedagogiek | Ontwikkelingspsychologie | Overig maatschappelijk onderzoek | Pedagogy | Niet-toepassingsgericht onderzoek | Construerende Technische Wetenschappen | Jeugd | Psychology | Jeugd, puberteit, adolescentie | Maatschappelijke structuren en relaties | Jeugdhulpverlening | Adolescent and child psychology,m,m, | Menswetenschappen | Sociale wetenschappen | Logic | Psychologie | Opvoeding binnen het gezin

Conflict is an inevitable feature of social relationships. When people interact, disagreements may arise. Especially in close relationships, people sometimes disagree. Although conflict might jeopardize relationships, conflict is not necessarily detrimental. The way con... View more
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