Herbert C Kelman A Pioneer in the Social Psychology of Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Crimes of obedience: Toward a social psychology of authority and responsibility. New Haven, CT: Yale University ... In L. W. Stephan, W. G. Stephan, & T. F. Pettigrew (Eds.), The future of social psychology (pp. 13–27).

Herbert C  Kelman  A Pioneer in the Social Psychology of Conflict Analysis and Resolution

This edited volume presents selected papers capturing Herbert Kelman’s unique and seminal contributions to the social psychology of conflict analysis and resolution, with a special emphasis on the utility of concepts for understanding and constructively addressing violent and intractable conflicts. Central concepts covered include perceptual processes, basic human needs, group and normative processes, social identity, and intergroup trust, which form the basis for developing interactive methods of conflict resolution.

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