Competitive and Cooperative Approaches to Conflict

 

Wendell Jones talks about understanding and approaching human conflict as a complex adaptive system.
William Zartman discusses several "gaps" between different approaches to conflict resolution.
Morton Deutsch, one of the founding fathers of conflict research, describes his early work in cooperation and competition.
Morton Deutsch continues his discussion of what makes people be competitive or cooperative, and describes the results of those choices.
Morton Deutsch explains one of his basic principles of conflict resolution: how to get people to approach a conflict cooperatively rather than competitively.
Louis Kriesberg describes the complexity of conflicts, explaining that many people are interacting in many different ways and every individual CAN make a difference.