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What are three ways to respond to conflict?

There are three ways to handle conflict: with assertion, aggression, or deference.

What are the types and causes of conflict?

Causes of Conflict:

  • (i) Individual Differences: No two men are alike in their nature, attitudes, ideals and interests.
  • (ii) Cultural Differences:
  • (iii) Clash of Interests:
  • (iv) Social Change:
  • (i) Latent and overt conflict:
  • (ii) Corporate and personal conflict:
  • Distinction between Conflict and Competition:

What are the characteristics of conflict?

Characteristics of Conflict:

  • Conflict is a Process:
  • Conflict is Inevitable:
  • Conflict is a Normal Part of Life:
  • Perception:
  • Opposition:
  • Interdependence and Interaction:
  • Everyone is inflicted with Conflict:
  • Conflict is not Unidimensional:

What are effects of conflicts?

Violence during armed conflicts causes destruction and limits market transactions. Public and private assets are destroyed, people are maimed or killed, and markets shrink as a result of higher transaction costs. In addition, people change their behavior to survive amid violence.

What are the conflicts in the family?

Here are 7 of the most common issues we have seen family members argue over.

  • Money. Money is a big one, of course.
  • Family Business.
  • In-Law Related Conflict.
  • Conflict Over Family Events.
  • Sibling Conflict Over Care of Elderly Parent.
  • Stepparent-Stepchild Conflict.
  • Divorced Parents Conflict Over Care & Discipline of Children.

How do you fix a family argument?

Suggestions include:

  1. Try to stay calm.
  2. Try to put emotions aside.
  3. Don’t interrupt the other person while they are speaking.
  4. Actively listen to what they are saying and what they mean.
  5. Check that you understand them by asking questions.
  6. Communicate your side of the story clearly and honestly.

How do you deal with social conflict?

There are seven steps to successfully negotiating the resolution of a conflict:

  1. Understand the conflict.
  2. Communicate with the opposition.
  3. Brainstorm possible resolutions.
  4. Choose the best resolution.
  5. Use a third party mediator.
  6. Explore alternatives.
  7. Cope with stressful situations and pressure tactics.

Post Author: alisa