Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice

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Winter 2018 quarter

Taught by

multicultural education, conflict resolution

This course explores the theory and practice of conflict resolution with a special emphasis on power, culture, and personal skills development. Course activities include educational games and simulations, interactive lectures, small group discussions of film and literature, role plays, and online training tools. Students learn to better understand, analyze, and respond to conflict; recognize the challenges and opportunities of cross-cultural conflict; identify values and factors which tend to divide or unite people; and critically examine their own values and ideas while respecting those of others. Students who successfully complete this course will: better understand, analyze, and respond to conflict; recognize the challenges and opportunities of cross-cultural conflict; identify values and factors which tend to divide or unite people; and critically examine their own values and ideas while respecting those of others.

Program Details

Fields of Study

leadership studies

Preparatory For

leadership, conflict resolution studies, and the Native Pathways Program.

Quarters

Winter Open

Location and Schedule

Final Schedule and Room Assignment

Campus Location

Olympia

Time Offered

Weekend

Advertised Schedule

Saturdays: Jan 13, Feb 3, Feb 24, Mar 17

Online Learning

Enhanced Online Learning