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Types of Conflicts and Models for Resolution

one of these categories: 1. Relationship conflicts may the be most common. They happen because we each have very strong feelings a...

Workplace Conflict: Funeral Home

between the feuding parties, attempting to draw likenesses rather than differences. By focusing upon the positive, the informatio...

The Global Workplace

they lived (McClelland, 2000). In addition, for Marx, human production was the foundation of the "economic structure of society" ...

Conflict Resolution, Mediation and Negotiation

solution to a common problem" (Negotiation, 1998). (All three of these definitions come from the same website: the Conflict Resear...

Conflict in Willa Cather’s Short Story ‘The Sculptor’s Funeral’

(Cather 68). It became readily apparent that these local men were there more out of a sense of civic duty than out of any love fo...

Conflict Resolution within Teams

"a lack of management theories which support this view" (Mabin, Forgeson and Green, 2001; p. 168). It was in this setting that Ma...

The Changing View of Warfare

First World War, and similarly beggared the ability of contemporaries to imagine its sweep, duration and consequences."5 For one...

The Changing Nature of War

been various "military revolutions"-new ways of thinking about warfare that have caused complete changes in the way combat is cond...

Healthcare Administration/Conflict & Stress

inadequacies in the standard of patient care due to a clinician refusing "to consult the on call physician or group" due to a cont...

Conflict Mediation In Health Care

are very difficult to resolve; people will seldom change their values (Gerardi and Morrison, 2005). The only solution is for peopl...

Organizations and Conflict Management

Dont triangulate. Triangulation is the attempt to avoid responsibility by having someone else deal with the conflict. For example,...

Organizations and Conflict

and prejudices can all create conflicts. Most conflicts are founded in resource limitations, psychological needs or value differen...

The Use of Play for Therapy with Children

activities have been created as a part of therapeutic play; a process of introducing play activities through which children can pr...

Designing a Production of Miss Julie by August Strindberg

in the play. The statement is in regards to women, and their place in the world: "She (Miss Julie) is the victim of false belief -...

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe and Ibo Children

In six pages this paper examines what social, political, spiritual, and physical symbolism children represent in this acclaimed Ni...

The Slave Girl by Buchi Emecheta and the Nigerian Woman's Role

Ojebeta with charms to keep away tempting spirits from the land of the dead, and she was cherished and marked with special tattooe...

Imperialism of Europe in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

this characteristic, which is indicative of the Igbo culture in general, that leads to his downfall. For example, when the tribal...

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe from a Postcolonial Perspective

mans. He is unable to adjust to this changing social, political and legal climate, effectively rendering him weak to the oppressi...

Findings Discussion Regarding Career Anchors

In twenty one pages this dissertaton discusses the Nigerian IT industry in terms of career anchors presence and types with qualita...

Economically Comparing China and Nigeria

In seven pages this research paper contrasts and compares the Nigerian and Chinese economies. Nine sources are cited in the bibli...

Political and Religious Threats in Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

In five pages the threats to politics and the greater threat to religion that the Nigerian villagers experienced with the arrival ...

Analyzing 'The Joys of Motherhood' by Buchi Emecheta

find "something she was good at" (Holmes PG). Much of the young Buchi Emecheta can be found in the female protagonist, Nnu Ego, i...

World Cultures and Family

according to the modernization perspective of womens current roles (1291). This perspective posits that the status of women is en...

Poetry of Christopher Okigbo

The prose of this celebrated Nigerian poet is examined in a research paper consisting of five pages. Four sources are cited in th...

Nigerian Characters in Two Novels

commanding warrior, whose exploits had become legendary among the Igbo villagers. Unfortunately, Okonkwo was more successful on...

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe and Its Moral Lessons

In 5 pages this paper discusses the moral lessons a reader can learn by reading this classic Nigerian novel. There are no other s...

New York Times Article on the Economy of Nigeria

.Measures adopted to deal with this situation by the Central Bank of Nigeria led to severe liquidity crunch and escalation in ban...

Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart and No Longer at Ease

In six pages this paper examines the impact Westernization had on Africa as portrayed in these novels by Nigerian author Chinua Ac...

How Can Nigerian Farmers Be Benefited with IP Law Reform?

may not take place (Mintzberg et al, 2008). A balance has to be achieved that can add value to the agricultural industry as a whol...

Islam In Nigerian and Iranian Politics

religious and ethnic groups to such an extent that people continue to die from the violent outbreaks. At this point in time, Shar...