JPIC 210 - Conflict Resolution and Peace Building 1

This course aims to help you to:

  • Understand various approaches to dealing with conflict;
  • Learn your own style of approaching conflict;
  • Explore the role of conflict resolution in international relations.

The instructor, Dr. Moni McIntyre, is assistant professor in the Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy at Duquesne University, where she teaches conflict resolution and peace studies.

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Unit 1 - Introduction to Conflict Resolution

The three basic approaches to dealing with conflict in the conflict resolution literature.

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The privileging of the relationship with God and God's creation as a distinguishing feature of dealing with conflict for people of faith.

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Unit 2 - Approaches to Interpersonal Conflict

A successful approach to conflict is characterized by a spiritual practice.

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Unit 3 - Conflict and Peacebuilding

The tenets of Christian peacebuilding.

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