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UWPACS201Rachel ReistWinter

[PACS 201] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 28 pages long Study Guide!

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Conflict = what results from the existence (real or imagined) of incompatible goals, beliefs, or activities (brunk) whether it is handled constructivel
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UWPACS202Keith RegehrWinter

[PACS 202] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (49 pages long!)

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De-escalation only occurs when the parties are at a stalemate and both sides are being harmed by continuing the con ict. Neither party can escalate the
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UWPACS201Nathan FunkWinter

[PACS 201] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (48 pages long!)

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A lot of us wouldn"t be here without destructive con ict in other parts of the world. 1. 0 post ww1 - peace researchers start trying to understand how
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UWPACS201Keith RegehrWinter

[PACS 201] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 93 pages long Study Guide!

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Popular images of human nature 6: violence as a function of innate human aggression 7. Early political theory 10: assessing innate aggression explana
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UWPACS202Kelly BrownFall

PACS202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Problem Solving, Collaborative Law, Active Listening

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Conflict is a struggle expressed by two interdependent parties that have their own goals, scarce resources and interference from others from achieving
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UWPACS320Matthew Bailey- DickWinter

Final Exam Study Sheet.docx

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UWPACS314Fae SamuelsSummer

All lecture notes.docx

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How to implement a mediation program --- know for test the 6 steps/phases. Harmony in the home as well as Characteristics of a good mediator: intereste
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UWPACS201Nathan FunkWinter

Final Review This gives a final look at all of the different paradigms side by side. It's very useful to clarify some confusing parts of the course material.

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Peace is more than the absence of war, it requires broad-based consensus-building on norms/rules; institutionalized cooperation on global scale, progre
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UWPACS202Kelly BrownSummer

PACS 202- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 25 pages long!)

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This form of a triangle is a bit different as there is no one who stepped into the rescuer role. Possibly has been victimized in the past (but not nece
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UWPACS201Rachel ReistWinter

PACS201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Global Health, Liberal Democracy, Kyoto Protocol

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Indicators can be expression of struggle, not recognizing someone"s opinion, confrontation, partisanship, disagreement. Related to the latin confligere
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UWPACS202Keith RegehrWinter

PACS 202 Midterm: PACS 202 Midterm

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UWPACS201Rachel ReistWinter

[PACS 201] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (28 pages long)

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Conflict = what results from the existence (real or imagined) of incompatible goals, beliefs, or activities (brunk) whether it is handled constructivel
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