Conflict resolution, also referred to as conflict management or mediation, is the study of methods and practices for two or more individuals, or groups of individuals, to settle a disagreement or resolve differences. Disputes occur on both the individual level as well as the community level. Pastors, religious leaders, and community organizers are often called upon to mediate disputes or initiate a process toward conflict resolution.
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What's in the Stacks
Many of the books on conflict resolution in the Schaff Library collection may be found browsing the following call numbers:
  •  BV 652.9 – section on church management
  •  HM 1121 – section for general works on conflict (interpersonal, social, ethnic and culture)
  •  HM 1126 – section on conflict management
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