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HUMN 8702 Introduction to the Dynamics of Conflict and Negotiation: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

HUMN 8702 Course Readings

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Bar-Tal, D. (2014). Collective memory as social representations. Papers on Social Representations, 23, 5.1–5.26

Coyle, J. P. (2012). Overcoming deadlocked conflicts between teens and parents: A resilience-based model for family intervention. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 23(1), 1–19.

Hosli, M. O., & Hoekstra, A. (2013). What fosters enduring peace? An analysis of factors influencing civil war resolution. Peace Economics, Peace Science, & Public Policy, 19(2), 123–155.  Not available in the library

Lancaster, C., Lenz, A. S., Meadows, E., & Brown, K. C. (2013). Evaluation of a conflict resolution program for urban African American adolescent girls. Journal for Specialists In Group Work, 38(3), 225–240

Olaniyan, A., Francis, M., & Okeke-Uzodike, U. (2015). The Cattle are "Ghanaians" but the Herders are Strangers: Farmer-Herder Conflicts, Expulsion Policy, and Pastoralist Question in Agogo, Ghana. African Studies Quarterly, 15(2), 53–67.

Prause, D., & Mujtaba, B. G. (2015). Conflict management practices for diverse workplaces. Journal of Business Studies Quarterly, 6(3), 13-22.

Rosen, G.& Shlay A. B. (2014). Whose right to Jerusalem? International Journal of Urban & Regional Research, 38(3) 935–950.

Roy, B., Burdick, J., & Kriesberg, L. (2010). A conversation between conflict resolution and social movement scholars. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 27(4), 347–368.

Saeidi, S. (2012). Reconsidering categories of analysis: Possibilities for feminist studies of conflict. Gender & History, 24(3), 799–824

Other Readings

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