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Conflict : Human Needs Theory - J. Burton

Conflict

Human Needs Theory

By: J. Burton (Editor)

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Published: 28th September 1993
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The second part of a set of four volumes which seeks to provide an historical and theoretical perspective for consideration of theory and practice in conflict resolution and provention. The other volumes cover resolution and provention, and readings and practices in management and resolution in addition to a detailed description of the facilitated conflict resolution process. The idea put forward by this book is that an adequate theory of behaviour is required to provide a basis for the analysis and resolution of conflict, and particularly for prediction of conflict and a guide to conflict provention.

Preface - Foreword and Acknowledgements - Notes on Contributors - Introduction - Needs as Analogues of Emotions; P.Sites - Meaningful Social Bonding as a Universal Human Need; M.E.Clark - The Biological Basis of Needs in World Society: The Ultimate Micro-Macro Nexus; D.J.D.Sandole - Needs Theory, Social Identity, and an Eclectic Model of Conflict; R.J.Fisher - Conflict and Needs Research; K.Gillwald - Social Conflicts and Needs Theories: Some Observations; R.Roy - Necessitous Man and Conflict Resolution: More Basic Questions about Basic Human Needs Theory; C.Mitchell - On Conflicts and Metaphors: Toward an Extended Rationality; O.Nudler - Self-Reflexivity and Freedom: Toward a Prescriptive Theory of Conflict Resolution; J.S.Scimecca - Human Needs and the Modernization of Poverty; V.Rader - Taking the Universality of Human Needs Seriously; C.Bay - The Role of Knowledge in Conflict Resolution; Y.Friedman - Processes of Governance: Can Governments Truly Respond to Human Needs?; W.Potapchuk - Applying a Human Needs Perspective to the Practice of Conflict Resolution: The Israeli-Palestine Case; H.Kelman - International Development in Human Perspective; J.Galtung - Basic Human Needs Theory: Beyond Natural Law; R.E.Rubenstein - Index

ISBN: 9780333521489
ISBN-10: 033352148X
Series: Conflict
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 383
Published: 28th September 1993
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 2.03
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 1