Culture, Conflict and Change: Moving from Crisis to Growth
The author explores how conflict can provide institutions and political states with precious opportunities to recognize and institute procedures that can lead toward creating essential social change. A model designed to effectively process conflict and facilitate social change is presented.
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The International Journal of Community Diversity, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp.35-39.
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Professor, Education Department; and Director, Counseling and Human Relations Center, Education Department, Counseling and Human Relations Center, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH, USA
I am a professor in the Education Department and the director of the Counseling and Human Relations Center at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, N.H. I received my Ed.D. from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, and my M.Ed. and B.Ed. from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL. My research interests are cultural diversity, intercultural communication, social behavior, psychological counseling, and reducing prejudice and discrimination