The Life Cycle of Conflict.
Conflict is as old as nature, an inherent phenomenon in the existence of mankind. This is premised on the gregarious nature of man which often, ipso facto, culminates into misunderstanding or quarrel in social relations, brought about by differences in preferences, self interest, divergent ideas, claims and aspirations. Conflicts of different forms however, do pass through a cycle that is quite...
Published at Readings in Peace and Conflict Studies
Published in 2013
Joshua, Segun and Oni, Samuel
ONI Samuel » ONI Samuel lectures at the Department of Political Science & International Relations, School of Social Sciences, Covenant University, Nigeria. He has served in a number of the University's committees and at present, a member of the College Curriculum Committee, Department of Political Science & International Relations Excursion Committee, among others. Oni Samuel is a prolific researcher and... view full profile
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