The purpose of this collection of essays, along with the three other books in this Conflict Series, is to provide the student, the practitioner and the general reader with a start-up library on this new subject, conflict and its resolution. We have sought to cover the subject fully and have separated the contribution into six parts: Beginnings; Crisis; Analysis; Applications; Research; and Political Implications.
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Notes and References
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- 5.Joe R. Feagin, Social Problems: A Critical Power-Conflict Perspective, (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1982).Google Scholar