SOURCES OF CONFLICT

 
 
 

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SOURCES OF CONFLICT

QUESTION

First, write a short background about the nature of the conflict, using the following questions

  1. What is the conflict about? When did the conflict start? What caused it?
  2. Was it a series of events or one event? What was the trigger event(s)?
  3. When did the conflict originate? Why did it occur?
  4. Use a metaphor to describe your conflict.

Next, analyze your perceptions of each element of the conflict, using the following questions:

  1. Expressed struggle: How has the conflict been expressed? What was the trigger event?
  2. Interdependent parties: What binds the parties together? In what ways each party needs the other?
  3. Perceived incompatible goals: What are the parties not getting?
  4. Perceived scarce resources: Examples include time, money, affection, inclusion, oil, land, or other natural resources, etc.
  5. Perceived interference to achieve goals: In what ways each party is interfering with the other’s goals?

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