Viewing Conflict through the Lens of Culture
Fazzi, Cindy, Dispute Resolution Journal
The Conflict & Culture Reader.
How many times have you heard people say that the French are rude, the English are cold, and Asians are passive? And what about the term "the ugly American?" It is unfortunate that cultural differences are usually viewed through the lens of such stereotyping. It is doubly unfortunate when such stereotyping is carried over in situations of conflict.
This book is a compilation of articles on how conflict and culture affect each other. Together the articles offer a comprehensive view of a wide range of issues. While the book does not give out answers in neat boxes, it is effective in generating questions that could be a starting point for …
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Publication information: Article title: Viewing Conflict through the Lens of Culture. Contributors: Fazzi, Cindy - Author. Magazine title: Dispute Resolution Journal. Volume: 56. Issue: 2 Publication date: May-July 2001. Page number: 85. © American Arbitration Association Nov 2008-Jan 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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