Remedies for Conflict Resolution Analytical Essay by Nicky

Remedies for Conflict Resolution
This paper discusses ways in which conflict in a number of settings can be resolved.
# 146969 | 2,585 words | 8 sources | APA | 2011 | US


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Description:

In this article, the writer provides insights and critiques into a variety of kinds of disputes and looks at how they can be resolved intelligently and peaceably. The writer discusses the roots of conflicts and maintains that that every conflict has a solution. The writer then discusses possible remedies for conflicts.The writer maintains that more information and education must be shared and understood worldwide in order for students, employees, politicians, diplomats and ordinary citizens to proceed in directions that offer positive outcomes. The writer concludes that the restorative justice system is a wonderfully appropriate model for use in many settings, but it isn't the only strategy nor will it necessarily work in all cultures.

Outline:
Introduction to Conflict Resolution
Understanding Conflicts' Origins
Conflict and Ethics in the Workplace - Background Review
Barriers to Workplace Conflict Resolution
Common Approaches to Conflict - Training in Conflict Resolution
A Surgeon Explains an Approach to Conflict Resolution
Restorative Justice as a Proven Conflict Resolution Strategy
More Restorative Justice Results in New Zealand
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The Youth Justice Process report states that justice, when it comes to youthful offenders, can best be met by engaging all parties in a conflict resolution conference, rather than simply arresting the suspect and using adult-style prosecution policies. The heart of the philosophy that goes into the FGC is if prosecution can be avoided, that is a good thing for the young person in trouble, for the justice system, and for the society as well. The Youth Justice Process report states that up to 40 percent of Family Group Conferences result in no prosecutions for the youth involved.
"The ideologies that are underlying when it comes to how the FGC actually works are laid out in four bullet points by the Justice Department of New Zealand."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Cohen, Kenneth H. (2009). A Practicing Surgeon Dissects Issues in Physician-Hospital Relations. Journal of Healthcare Management, 54(1), 5-10.
  • Harvard Business Review. (2006). Dispute Resolution. Harvard Business School Publishing. Retrieved March 30, 2009, from http://www.hbsp.harvard.edu.
  • Justice / Government. (2004). Family Group Conference. Introduction / Underlying Ideologies. Retrieved April 2, 2009, from http://www.justice.govt.nz/youth/fgc.html.
  • Lang, Matthew. (2009). Conflict Management: A Gap in Business Education Curricula. Journal of Education for Business, 84(4), 240-245.
  • Mackay, Robert E. (2003). Restorative Justice and the Children's Hearings - A Proposal. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. 11(1), 1-8.

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