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    Victim-offender mediation and restitution or restorative justice is a form of conflict resolution, whereas, mediation and restitution is implemented if the crime is a petty crime. This form of conflict resolution is often used instead of the court system, to help both party’s fix the issue, and/or crime. There is must research and case studies done on the subject and often show greater beneficial results then punishment in the criminal justice system. In the article on the subject of victim’s needs and empowerment by Jung Jin Choi they refer to the stigma of punishment for offenders. The state takes the place of the victim and pursues judicial proceedings, to find guilt and impart fines and/or incarceration. Some of these lesser crimes can be resolved by mediation between the victim and the offender. This offender restitution is often referred to as restorative…

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    In human development from the very begging, there is a firm start in relationship building that can be temporary and strong or weak and last a lifetime vice versa. These connections aid our learning about ourselves and those we sympathize with. We learn how to build friendships and relationships from an early age, and we grow to understand how to cherish the people who stay for the long run and stand by us time after time. Then again, we also learn about disappointment, fear, regret, hate etc.…

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    assumptions, approaches and my overall perspective of conflict resolution. This will continue in my lifetime as I continue to explore what builds my personal perspective of conflict resolution and further my study of culture and conflict. My own cultural background has influenced my assumptions about conflict and conflict resolution substantially. First of all, I have a very strong Greek influence as I am of the first born Canadian generation on my mother’s side. One assumption that I believe…

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    by allowing them to participate, they are expanding their social skills by talking to elders, adults, teens, and kids. Youth programs go along the same lines, as they can find anything that engages their mind and introduces them to other kids who have the same interests. Peaceful conflict resolution is good because diving conflict nonviolently can calm your mind and thoughts, and you can make reasonable decisions instead of rushed, non-thoughtful decisions. Even though it doesn't seem like it,…

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    “Senator Henry Clay introduced a series of resolutions on January 29, 1850, in an attempt to seek a compromise and avert a crisis between the North and the South” (Compromise of 1850). After many attempts at a compromise, several months later, one was finally passed. The compromise included five bills: “California was admitted to the Union as a free state. The New Mexico and Utah territories were to vote on slavery by popular sovereignty. Texas was to receive $10 million from the government…

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    Workplace conflict is an unfortuante scourge that is all but inevitable in today’s highly competitive businesses. Competing values, personalities and motives all combine to create ideal conditions in which conflict germinates. As the stewards of organizational mission and performance, leaders and managers must be adept at resolving, or at the least reducing, workplace conflict. Research has found that conflict is an unavoidable human phenomenon, but that managers can take steps to reduce its…

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    competetion is purposly created because of job specification needs (Bisno, 1988). But more importantly is with every problem, crisis, or conflict, there is a possiblity of success and failure. It is important to identify, nurture and harvest the success seeds as it is the responsibilities of the crisis management (Augustine, 2000). Conflict is natural, not positive and not negative, and it is an effect which cannot be avoided as a result of a natural process for change and development…

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    Polarity Of Conflict

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    Inevitably, conflict is a constant in human interactions. In fact, daily we think we need to make a choice when it comes to the different polarities of a conflict. However, to adequately address conflict, it is not necessary to choose. Instead, successful resolution of conflict requires “a way of thinking,” “a set of values,” “an array of analytic and interpersonal skills,” and a “clear focus” (Mayer, 2010). In “dare to disagree,” Heffernan (2012) states that we ought to perceive conflict as…

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    Correct conflict resolution. For effective management of the organization of the manager must be properly resolve conflicts, to find common ground with his staff. Here is one example of the working of the conflict in a small family-type organization. In the current backbone of the business the old-timers, who stood at the very beginning of the company, joins a young relative. He worked for some time to lower management positions, worked well, and it was decided to raise the head of the…

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    influence of conflict management culture on job satisfaction” written by Choi (2013) and “Conflict management checklist: a diagnostic tool for assessing conflict in organizations. (PART 1 CONFLICT MANAGEMENT)” by Cathie T Siders, PhD, and Carol A. Aschenbrener, MD. The first of these articles discussed avoidant, dominant and collaborative conflict management styles. The author gained insight on these 3 types of management styles by conducting several scientific surveys of 743 employees at…

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