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02 Mar 2023

Can culture be the principal source of intercultural conflicts in organizations?

Dissertation - 28 pages - Human resources

It is true that intercultural conflicts happen frequently in all fields and industries and should not be seen as a dramatic phenomenon because it simply reflects divergences of opinion, experiences, beliefs and interpretations. However, can culture really be the principal source of...

09 Aug 2022

Analytical Report on a Conflict and Conflict Management: The War of the Sands

Tutorials/exercises - 15 pages - International relations

In 1956, Morocco claimed sovereignty over parts of the Sahara which were under Moroccan influence, “the Greater Morocco”. Interested in Algerian Sahara because of recently discovered resources, France tried to trade these territories against a common organization responsible for...

24 Nov 2022

Persepolis - Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud (2007) - The Internal Conflict of the Main Character

Artwork commentary - 1 pages - Film studies

Based on Marjane Satrapi's famous autobiographical comic books, Persepolis is a condensed movie of the four volumes of this saga. Co-directed by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud and released in 2007, Persepolis is the journey of Marjane herself, an eight-year-old girl living in Tehran in...

05 Aug 2022

In what ways conflicts between political entities in the Middle East have been shaped by the history of state formation in the area?

Essay - 6 pages - Political science

The key terms to understand such situations are "political entities" and "state formation". Speaking of political entities rather than states shows the diversity of actors that make up the political life of the Middle East and can change the configuration of the borders, ranging from paramilitary...

08 Jun 2022

Violence from a gender perspective and feminist perspectives in peacebuilding and conflict resolution

Case study - 8 pages - Sociology

There are 2 cases and concepts discussed in this document : a. Define and discuss the concept of the continuum of violence and illustrate how it is relevant in understanding violence from a gender perspective. Use an example of your choice. b. Present and discuss at least three major contemporary...

15 Jan 2021

How has game theory contributed to our understanding of human co-operation and conflict?

Essay - 4 pages - Economy general

Humans come into conflict for many reasons. Conflict can arise due to disagreement, difference in opinion, methodology and values, ownership struggles, and the list goes on. During conflict, individuals or groups of individuals work against each other to achieve separately...

28 Apr 2021

African Conflicts in International Relations - China in Africa : Political or Economic interests ?

Essay - 5 pages - International relations

China's involvement in Africa cannot be reduced to only one dimension. It would be an oversimplification to label the Chinese interests on the continent as either political or economic solely: these two aspects often constitute two faces of the same coin. China's increasing engagement in...

28 Jul 2020

The Northern Ireland Conflict and paths to Peace - How was a peace settlement to end the Troubles achieved in April 1998?

Essay - 6 pages - Modern history

The peace settlement that was achieved in April 1998 results from a long period of negotiations, doubts and violent attacks from all communities. The inter-communal conflict of The Troubles had lasted for more than thirty years leaving a city and a country deeply broken. Historians agreed...

17 Apr 2015

Israel and Palestine Conflict Essay - Based on Oz and David Grossman Readings

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Understanding the Israel-Palestinian conflict has been one of the most difficult things in the world. However, after reading the books, In the Land of Israel and The Yellow Wind by Amos Oz and David Grossman respectively, one starts to get some insights onto why the conflict began...

11 Mar 2015

Conflict between Israel and Palestine

Case study - 2 pages - Social sciences

The conflicts between Jews and Arabs are wells published. These conflicts have historical roots and seem to never end. Though there have been efforts to mediate between the two parties, these efforts have often produced limited results and after a short duration of peace, the...

08 Oct 2015

Relationship between conflict and migration

Essay - 10 pages - Geography

This essay discusses the relationship between conflict and migration. It focuses on IDPs (internally displaced persons) and refugees, mostly leaving out the motives of economic or social migration. The first chapter states factors that cause displacement, followed by a discussion about the...

17 Apr 2015

How to get over the differences and conflicts between cultures?

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Culture is a specific set of attitudes and perception that direct the way a community lives. There are very many cultural groups and orientations in the world today. These groups are based on specific homogenous attitudes or values shared by a community. From the definition, the factors may...

16 Apr 2014

The Kashmir conflict

Case study - 6 pages - Educational studies

When we speak about Kashmir, we think at first of this multitude of conflicts which concerns the history of this country. This territory situated in South Asia is a junction point of India, Pakistan and China. It always generated enormous desire. Without dwell upon the long lineage of...

02 Sep 2014

Global litigation and conflict of laws

Case study - 5 pages - Other law subjects

As clarified in the Tatry case, “It should be noted at the outset that the English version […] does not expressly distinguish between the concepts of ‘object' and ‘cause' of action. That language version must however be construed in the same manner as the majority of the other...

12 Sep 2014

Theme of Conflict in The Lullaby, by Leslie Marmon Silko

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Leslie Marmon Silko is an iconic writer and one of the most prolific Native American literary figures. Her short story Lullaby focuses on the story telling tradition of the Native American culture. Ayah the main character is an old woman retracing tragic occurrences in her life in a pattern of...

13 Jan 2014

Partnership Confliction

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

There are actually 3 partners that held vital role in the company, one of the partners, his name is Alex, and whereby holding a big share in the small business company he shows bossy, his own ego and being assertive and never listen to his partner and disobey the rules of partnership agreement,...

31 Jul 2014

African conflict and resources

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

The history of South Africa mainly revolves around communication and the conflict of the numerous varied ethnic groups in South Africa. Just like other historical accounts of various countries, South Africa is not any different. The themes of race, gender, and the socio-economy are the...

20 Oct 2013

Galileo's conflict

Case study - 2 pages - Humanities/philosophy

Galileo's conflict with the Catholic Church began in 1610 when he published a series of newsletters titled Starry Messenger, which chronicled his astonishing observations. The most notable of his discoveries was the idea that the planets of our solar system revolve around the sun and not...

17 May 2013

Conflict identification and resolution

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

Every individual perceives and identifies situations differently. A situation that may not necessarily affect one may be more significant to another. Conflict arises in every organization because of differing opinions that generally lead to arguments and will most likely lead to...

06 Aug 2013

Team building exercise for conflict resolution

Case study - 2 pages - Human resources

At some point in our lives we have all been part of a team and chances are we are still part of those teams, whether they are at home, at work, or at school, we are all part of some team. Unfortunately, within any team conflicts can and do arise. The trick then is to figure out the best...

16 Aug 2013

Economics is the study of the allocation of scarce resources amongst unlimited and conflicting end uses

Case study - 2 pages - Economy general

In this world that we live in, there exists a problem due to the conflict between the scarcity of resources and the unlimited wants of the people. Economics is concerned with dealing with this problem, as efficiently as possible. Why, then, are resources scarce? The problem of scarcity...

17 Sep 2013

Conflict management styles paper

Case study - 2 pages - Administrative law

The hiring process is the steps that are taken with perspective new employees. The hiring process begins with the interview and ends with training of a new hire. If the manager is hiring for a position that requires the employee to work in a team setting, he or she should be looking for a team...

09 Jul 2013

Cold war: More often than not, superpowers, rather than causing regional conflicts, were reluctantly drawn into them

Essay - 7 pages - Political science

The Cold War, besides being fought initially against an European-dominated background, was also extended to the Third World later. This globalization of the Cold War is inextricably linked to the entanglement of the two superpowers, the United States (US) and the Soviet Union, in several proxy...

06 Aug 2013

Balancing work-family conflicts

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

At some point in our careers, we have all experienced something that is referred to as a “Work-Family Conflict.” The best way to describe this, and in the simplest terms, is that issues at home are taking a person's attention away from work or situations at work are taking a...

28 Jan 2013

Analysis of armed conflicts Mr Cook - The Six-Day War

Case study - 10 pages - Educational studies

Seen as an ineffaceable trauma for Arabs and a poisoned victory for Israel, the Six-Day War has been a strategic moment in the history of the Middle East. Before developing the topic, a brief reminder of the previous Israeli-Arab relations is necessary to better situate and understand what led to...

29 Aug 2013

Ethnic group conflict

Case study - 2 pages - Psychology

Within Southeast Asia there is a region called Burma. Throughout this region there is much suffering because of the war waged between the Myanmar Tatmadaw regime and the Democratic Karen Buddhist Party. The individuals who make up the Democratic Karen Buddhist Party are an ethnic assembly who...

01 Aug 2013

Water: The real perpetrator of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?

Case study - 17 pages - International relations

The vast majority of literature around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been expressly focused on negotiating a peace treaty that satisfies the nationalistic urges of both parties in the conflict. Many prominent authors have simply designated the “right to exist” as an...

22 Feb 2013

Conflict management: Case study

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

Workplace, conflicts is a concept, which an organization can't afford to ignore or disassociate with, they are common and often will keep on recurring if strategic and result oriented measures are not adopted. Though such conflict have been accentuated as having both positive and...

26 Jun 2012

Analysis of the notion of sport from a sociological perspective, using a number of theoretical approaches (functionalist, conflict, feminist, etc), influenced by scholars like Marx and Durkheim

Essay - 7 pages - Political science

Sport has been the focus of increased debates by socio-political commentators since decades. During the twentieth century, sport became much more than just a physical activity with the advent of new technology and the mass media, professional sport gained in importance (Foer, 2005). The situation...

28 Jun 2012

Ethnic Nationalism and Conflict: Yugoslavia and Germany

Essay - 7 pages - Humanities/philosophy

“Nationalism, as Michnik points out, is a device for avoiding responsibility. By identifying “the other,” which may be an ethnic minority, neighbors, or even just political opponents, as an enemy bent on subverting the nation, nationalist can shift blame for every social ill from...