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Summary of: Schulting, R. J. (2018). Conclusion: The science of conflict. In A. Dolfini, R. J. Crellin, C. Horn, & M. Uckelmann (Eds.). Prehistoric warfare and violence. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. Background & Theory This chapter evaluates what conflict was like in the prehistoric era, and concludes that recent research methods in archaeological science...

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Summary of: Gross, Z., & Maor, R. (2020). Is contact theory still valid in acute asymmetrical violent conflict? A case study of Israeli Jewish and Arab students in higher education. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/pac0000440 Background & Theory This article discusses contact theory and whether it is effective in...

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Summary of: Azam, A., & Rehman, S. (2018). Assessing human needs theory: An approach to conflict resolution. The Nucleus, 55(3), 128-132. Retrieved from http://thenucleuspak.org.pk/index.php/Nucleus/article/view/404. Background & Theory This article explores the concept that while John Burton’s Human Needs Theory has laid the groundwork for understanding conflict causes, it is not all-encompassing. Additionally, while identifying causes...

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Summary of: Farmer, H., Hewstone, M., Spiegler, O., Morse, H., Saifullah, A., Pan, X., Fell, B., Charlesford, J., & Terbeck, S. (2020). Positive intergroup contact modulates fusiform gyrus activity to black and white faces. Scientific Reports, 10:2700. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-59633-9 Background & Theory The authors evaluated implicit bias and the “own race face” effect in this article...

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Summary of: Datar, U., & Paranjape, T. (2020). Conflict resolution: A sustainable approach. Our Heritage, 68(13), 1-12. Retrieved from https://archives.ourheritagejournal.com/index.php/oh/article/view/6277. Background & Theory This article explores conflict in light of the Sustainable Development Goals created by the United Nations (UN) in 2015. It examines these categories of conflict, whether conflict is positive or negative, and...

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Summary of: Gaither, S. E., Fan, S. P., & Kinzler, K. D. (2019). Thinking about multiple identities boosts children’s flexible thinking. Developmental Science, Volume 23(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1111/desc.12871 Background & Theory The authors of this article explore how children who have an awareness of and are encouraged to think on their multiple identities, often have more...

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Summary of: Taylor, L. K., & McKeown, S. (2019). Does violence beget violence? The role of family ethnic socialization and intergroup bias among youth in a setting of protracted intergroup conflict. International Journal of Behavioral Development, Volume 43(5), 403-408. DOI: 10.1177/0165025419844036 Background & Theory This article explores the relationship between teens’ exposure to violence and...

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Summary of: Schweiger, S., Konlechner, S. W., & Guttel, W. H. (2019). How cooperation reinforces conflict over time: The role of simplified images and disidentification. Project Management Journal, Volume 00(0), 1-15. DOI: 10.1177/8756972819891281 journals.sagepub.com/home/pmx Background & Theory The authors research how project management groups interact with one another, and how losing the delicate balance between cooperation...

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Summary of: Klimecki, O. M. (2019). The role of empathy and compassion in conflict resolution. Emotion Review, Volume 11(4), 310-325. https://doi.org/10.1177/1754073919838609 Background & Theory This article overviews the concept that empathy and compassion have a large role to play in resolving conflict, and can be especially helpful among multiple groups involved in conflict. Research Questions...

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Summary of: Süklün H. (2019), A case study: do misconceptions lead to intergroup conflicts at workplaces?, BMIJ, (2019), 7(1): 42-57 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.15295/bmij.v7i1.1040 Background & Theory This article explores the idea that misconceptions are in fact a cause of conflicts. It is widely accepted that misconceptions are a root cause of conflicts, but it has not...

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