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Conflict Resolution Communication
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Table of Contents

1 Universal Declaration of Communication Principles 1999-2002 2 Introduction 3 Conflict Resolution Communication Patterns 4 Conflict Resolution Communication: A Solution for Peace 5 Conflict Resolution Communication Strategies 6 Narrative Conflict Resolution Communication 7 Negotiation: The Opposing Sides of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication 8 The Brutality of Bullying 9 Conflict Resolution Communication Techniques for Teachers and Administrators 10 Conflict Resolution Communication for Parents 11 Conflict Resolution Communication for Students 12 Changing Behavior Patterns: The End is Only the Beginning 13 Epilogue: Sightings for the Future 14 Afterword: Motivations to Promote Conflict Resolution Communication by Dr. Jonathan Black-Branch, University of Oxford, England

About the Author

Melinda Lincoln is professor of communication at George Mason University.

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Melinda Lincoln is an expert in the fields of communication and mediation; she has combined theories from both fields in an intelligent, clear and concise manner...this book would be useful for individuals who are thinking about implementing a peer mediation program or who are considering alternate methods of conflict resolution. Education Review

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