Conflict and change on the campus

the response to student hyperactivism.
  • 528 Pages
  • 0.46 MB
  • English
School & Society Books , New York
Student movements., College students -- Political acti
StatementEdited by William W. Brickman and Stanley Lehrer.
ContributionsLehrer, Stanley.
LC ClassificationsLA186 .B74
The Physical Object
Pagination528 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17753988M

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Some pro-Palestinian students call supporters of Israel's right to exist racist, and disrupt their events. Some pro-Israel students label pro-Palestinian students terrorists, and the Jews among them traitors.

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vi CONTENTS Conflict intervention 38 The principles of conflict resolution 39 Part II Sources and Situations 41 3 Sources of Conflict 43 Realistic versus non-realistic conflict 43 The roots of conflict 44 Internal psychology and Freud 46 Frustration and aggression 48 Relative deprivation 49 Human needs 51 Functional and dysfunctional conflict 52 Social change 53 Identity formation This book explores the opportunities and limitations of campus-community partnerships in Israel.

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