Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice

GLOBAL 132 Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice


Class #: 24776

Units/Credit: 3

Time/Location: TuTh: 2-3:30p / 110 Barrows

Final Exam Group: TBA

Instructor: Karen Bhangoo Randhawa

This course explores the nature of interpersonal and group conflict, resolution, and their relationship to culture. The course examines the intersection between conflict and race and ethnicity in particular, with an emphasis on the major racial/ethnic groups in the United States. Other dimensions of diversity such as gender, class, and sexual orientation in conflict situations are also explored. The goal is to apply this understanding to resolving intercultural

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