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The Resource Why we fight : the origins, nature, and management of human conflict, David Churchman, (electronic resource)

Why we fight : the origins, nature, and management of human conflict, David Churchman, (electronic resource)

Label
Why we fight : the origins, nature, and management of human conflict
Title
Why we fight
Title remainder
the origins, nature, and management of human conflict
Statement of responsibility
David Churchman
Title variation
Origins, nature, and management of human conflict
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
YDXCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1938-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Churchman, David
Dewey number
155.232
LC call number
HM1116
LC item number
.C48 2013
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Aggressiveness
  • Anger
  • Social conflict
  • Ethnic conflict
  • Intergroup relations
  • Interpersonal conflict
  • Conflict management
  • Aggressiveness
  • Anger
  • Conflict management
  • Ethnic conflict
  • Intergroup relations
  • Interpersonal conflict
  • Social conflict
Label
Why we fight : the origins, nature, and management of human conflict, David Churchman, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page 285-314) and index
Contents
1. Criteria for good theory -- 2. Conflict analysis -- Risk -- Prisoners' Dilemma -- Bayes's Theorem -- Lattice Theory -- Pareto Optimization -- Strategic choice -- Fair division -- 3. The nature of man -- Aggression -- Early man -- Sociobiology -- Aggression in primates -- 4. Aggression and the mind -- Aggression as instinct -- Frustration-aggression -- Aggression as learned behavior -- Human Needs Theory -- Psychiatric theories -- 5. Intellectual conflict -- Man -- History -- society -- Nature -- God -- The importance of dissent -- 6. Moral conflict -- Origins of morality -- Individual moral development -- Four forms of moral conflict -- Managing moral conflicts -- 7. Interpersonal conflict -- Personality and conflict -- Personality types and their measurement -- The "Generation Gap" -- Low conflict societies -- Family conflict -- Dual variable models -- Power -- Linguistic models of communication -- Systems models of communication -- Social models of communication -- Culture and interpersonal conflicts -- 8. Gender conflict -- Discrimination -- Communication style -- Sexual harassment -- Relational aggression -- Women in peace and war -- The matriarchal past -- 9. Organizational conflict -- Organizational development -- Labor-management conflict -- Leadership -- Crisis management -- Competitive strategy -- Law of Unintended Consequences -- 10. Community conflict -- Class conflict -- Ethnic conflict -- Gangs -- Hostage crises -- Conflict and stress -- Wisdom of crowds -- 11. Political conflict -- Governmental systems -- Deliberative assemblies -- Voting systems -- Redistricting -- Vote fraud -- Tax systems -- Tragedy of the Commons and the Free Rider Problem -- 12. Possible causes of war -- Reproductive success -- Ecological equilibrium -- Territorial imperative -- Relative deprivation -- Nation-states -- Characteristics of states -- Number of bordering states -- Polarity -- Human rights -- Arms races -- Correlates of war -- Expected utility -- 13. Just War in eight cultures -- Roman Catholic -- Greek Orthodox -- Jewish -- Muslim -- Hindu -- Buddhist -- Chinese -- Japanese -- Just War today -- 14. Interstate conflict -- Origins of war -- Types of war -- Strategic and tactical theory -- Strategic geography -- 15. Asymmetric conflict -- Economic warfare -- Humanitarian war -- Guerilla or low intensity warfare -- Terrorism -- Counter-terrorism -- Piracy -- Cyber warfare -- Lawfare -- 16. The search for peace -- What is peace? -- Diplomacy -- Arms control vs. peace through strength -- Balance of power -- World government and peacekeeping -- Pacifism and nonviolence -- Reconciliation -- 17. Dispute resolution -- torts -- Negotiation -- Distributive negotiation -- Integrative negotiation -- Third-party interventions -- The Agreement Circumplex -- 18. Putting conflict theory to use -- 19. Improving conflict theory -- Appendix : Major fallacies in logic
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000972728
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Second edition
Isbn
9780761861379
Lccn
2013936407
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000972728
Label
Why we fight : the origins, nature, and management of human conflict, David Churchman, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page 285-314) and index
Contents
1. Criteria for good theory -- 2. Conflict analysis -- Risk -- Prisoners' Dilemma -- Bayes's Theorem -- Lattice Theory -- Pareto Optimization -- Strategic choice -- Fair division -- 3. The nature of man -- Aggression -- Early man -- Sociobiology -- Aggression in primates -- 4. Aggression and the mind -- Aggression as instinct -- Frustration-aggression -- Aggression as learned behavior -- Human Needs Theory -- Psychiatric theories -- 5. Intellectual conflict -- Man -- History -- society -- Nature -- God -- The importance of dissent -- 6. Moral conflict -- Origins of morality -- Individual moral development -- Four forms of moral conflict -- Managing moral conflicts -- 7. Interpersonal conflict -- Personality and conflict -- Personality types and their measurement -- The "Generation Gap" -- Low conflict societies -- Family conflict -- Dual variable models -- Power -- Linguistic models of communication -- Systems models of communication -- Social models of communication -- Culture and interpersonal conflicts -- 8. Gender conflict -- Discrimination -- Communication style -- Sexual harassment -- Relational aggression -- Women in peace and war -- The matriarchal past -- 9. Organizational conflict -- Organizational development -- Labor-management conflict -- Leadership -- Crisis management -- Competitive strategy -- Law of Unintended Consequences -- 10. Community conflict -- Class conflict -- Ethnic conflict -- Gangs -- Hostage crises -- Conflict and stress -- Wisdom of crowds -- 11. Political conflict -- Governmental systems -- Deliberative assemblies -- Voting systems -- Redistricting -- Vote fraud -- Tax systems -- Tragedy of the Commons and the Free Rider Problem -- 12. Possible causes of war -- Reproductive success -- Ecological equilibrium -- Territorial imperative -- Relative deprivation -- Nation-states -- Characteristics of states -- Number of bordering states -- Polarity -- Human rights -- Arms races -- Correlates of war -- Expected utility -- 13. Just War in eight cultures -- Roman Catholic -- Greek Orthodox -- Jewish -- Muslim -- Hindu -- Buddhist -- Chinese -- Japanese -- Just War today -- 14. Interstate conflict -- Origins of war -- Types of war -- Strategic and tactical theory -- Strategic geography -- 15. Asymmetric conflict -- Economic warfare -- Humanitarian war -- Guerilla or low intensity warfare -- Terrorism -- Counter-terrorism -- Piracy -- Cyber warfare -- Lawfare -- 16. The search for peace -- What is peace? -- Diplomacy -- Arms control vs. peace through strength -- Balance of power -- World government and peacekeeping -- Pacifism and nonviolence -- Reconciliation -- 17. Dispute resolution -- torts -- Negotiation -- Distributive negotiation -- Integrative negotiation -- Third-party interventions -- The Agreement Circumplex -- 18. Putting conflict theory to use -- 19. Improving conflict theory -- Appendix : Major fallacies in logic
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000972728
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Second edition
Isbn
9780761861379
Lccn
2013936407
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000972728

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