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Conflict : human needs theory

Author: John W Burton
Publisher: Basingstoke : Macmillan Press, 1993.
Series: Conflict series, 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReprView all editions and formats
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The second part of a set of four volumes seeking to provide an historical and theoretical perspective for consideration of theory and practice in conflict resolution and prevention. The other volumes  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John W Burton
ISBN: 033352148X 9780333521489 0312040342 9780312040345 0312106181 9780312106188
OCLC Number: 477094885
Description: 358 s. : illustrations.
Contents: 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
Series Title: Conflict series, 2.
Responsibility: edited by John W. Burton.

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