Handbook of Conflict Analysis and Resolution by Sean Byrne: Den

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New York: The Free Press. Mitrany, D. (1966) A Working Peace System. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Moore, C. (1996) The Mediation Process: Practical Strategies for Resolving Conflict. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.  J. (1993) Politics among Nations. New York: McGraw Hill. Introduction 15 Pearson, F. (2001) ‘Dimensions of conflict resolution in ethnopolitical disputes’, Journal of Peace Research, 38(1): 275–88. Princen, T. (1991) Intermediaries in International Conflicts. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Facilitators then work with the group to analyze the problem creatively by exploring the problem from different perspectives. A spider diagram is used to brainstorm the causes and separate them from the effects. Facilitators use their experience to determine the causes on which to focus to collect data to provide a complete picture (Justice and Jamieson 1999), empowering the group to analyze and interpret the data using graphs and charts to define the problem clearly. Facilitators review the problem and the data to generate ideas for a solution from the group.

The core invests in overseas markets in the periphery, extracting cheap resources and labor, and saturating these markets with its products. Similarly, Louis Althusser (1969) argued that the economic structure, state, and ideology take away the autonomy of the individual. In Althusser’s three-stories model of economic oppression the economic base controls labor and capital while all conflict arises in the political structure, which includes the legal system and the state, and the ideological structure comprising religious, legal, and political orientations.

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