publication . Article . 2012

Types of conflict, types of relationships and preferred conflict resolution strategies: Implications for constructive conflict resolution programmes

Danijela S. Petrović; Milica Vučetić;
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  • Published: 05 Sep 2012 Journal: Zbornik Instituta za pedagoska istrazivanja, volume 44, pages 163-178 (issn: 0579-6431, eissn: 1820-9270, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: National Library of Serbia
Abstract
Constructive conflict resolution programmes are based on the idea that children and youth do no have sufficient knowledge of the procedures and skills for conflict resolution, which is why the conflicts they take part in soon become destructive. Notwithstanding the indubitable practical significance of the constructive conflict resolution programmes, it can be objected that they are not sufficiently based on empirical findings about the characteristics of conflicts in childhood and adolescence. Hence, this paper explores different types of conflict with peers and friends with the aim of determining the preferred conflict resolution strategies and using the obtai...
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free text keywords: Education, peer and friendly relationships, conflict type, conflict resolution strategies, hypothetical conflict situations, constructive conflict resolution programmes, Dishonesty, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Social psychology, Conflict resolution research, Conflict resolution, Psychology, Conflict resolution strategy, Constructive, Fair fighting, lcsh:Theory and practice of education, lcsh:LB5-3640
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