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PACS201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Paul Baltes, Development Theory, Ert3

Module 1: Assumption Assumptions Characteristics of the life span Life span theorist comes from can come from sociology anthropology psychology and other discipline No one discipline life courses theory follows First poten...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS201
Conrad Grebel
PACS 202 Lecture 1: Week 1 -Syllabus and What is Conflict

Week 1 Syllabus and What is Conflict Tuesday, January 9, 2018 7:19 PM Take notes of group conversation, as well as the info the prof says Record lectures, because he might not put everything he says on the PP If something...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS202
Keith Regehr
PACS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: International Criminal Court, The Onion

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 Rights Denition of Human Rights: Human rights are a special sort of inalienable moral entitlement. They attach all persons equally, by virtue of their humanity, irrespective of race, nationality, ...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS101
Mary Lou Klassen
PACS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Human Body, Family Association, Conflict Transformation

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 PACS 101 Lecture Transforming Conflict Conflict Resolution Implies an end Implies perhaps a level of cooptation Quick solutions Yet its practice connects to transformation e.g. conflict styles;...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS101
Mary Lou Klassen
PACS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stone Soup, Civicus, Civil Society

Thursday, September 21, 2017 PACS 101 Civil Society What is Civil Society? Voluntary association Third sector Trust increased Non government organization Public sphere, ongoing engagement after elections Social movement No...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS101
Mary Lou Klassen
PACS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mahatma Gandhi, Communication, Human Capital

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 PACS 101 Peace and Nonviolence What is conict? Conict is an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals, states resources, and interference fro...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS101
Mary Lou Klassen
PACS201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Structural Violence, Domestic Violence
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PACS 201 MOD 1 – 3 MOD 1: Conflict, Violence and Peace Readings - Positive & Negative peace PDF (learn) - Text: Introduction: Approaches to Peace - Text: Letter from a Birmingham Jail Lecture Conflict...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS201
Lowell Ewert
PACS202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Active Listening

Topic 3 N EGOTIATION M ODEL 1. Prepare Meet with party Negotiate fee Identify concerns that may arise Listen for issues Prepare for process Establish procedures for contact with other party 2. Problem Solving Introductions...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS202
Kelly Brown
PACS202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Iceberg

Topic 3 T HE SIX S TAGE M ODEL FOR DOING C ONFLICT R ESOLUTION STAGE 1 : Preparation Preparation starts with selfreflection. Questions such as: What have I contributed? What are my interests, intent, effect? Do I want to a...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS202
Kelly Brown
PACS202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Product Liability, Tim Hortons, Hors De Combat

Topic 2 S OURCES OF R IGHTS The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which is the opening section of the Canadian Constitution sets out a range of rights. Interestingly, the ...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS202
Kelly Brown
PACS202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Iceberg, Consistency

Module 11 Position and Interest What she did was de-escalate a conflict that could have become much worse. When someone is angry at you, or has caused you some hurt, the response needs to do several things all at the sam...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS202
Kelly Brown
PACS202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Iceberg

Find a friend with whom you disagree on some contemporary controversial topic. Have a conversation with that person (no more than 10 minutes) and try to convince each other that you are each right. Spend a few min...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS202
Kelly Brown
PACS 202 Lecture 10: 10e3

Topic 3 T HE B ULLY, THE BULLIED, AND THE BYSTANDER This form of a triangle is a bit different as there is no one who stepped into the rescuer role. The question then is how might one engage in this kind of conflict withou...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS202
Kelly Brown
PACS201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Realpolitik, World Government
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find more resources at oneclass.com Module 03a – 01/18/2017 3d: EVALUATING THE POWER POLITICS PARADIGM 3 Essential Claims of the PP Paradigm:* Laws of Human Nature (aggression an...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS201
Rachel Reist
PACS201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Structural Violence, Malnutrition, Stereotype
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find more resources at oneclass.com Module 01 – 01/12/2017 Conflict = What results from the existence (real or imagined) of incompatible goals, beliefs, or activities (Brunk) C...

Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS201
Rachel Reist

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