INSTRUCTIONS for Analysis & result style RESEARCH PAPER on “Intractable Conflicts”
The topic for research analysis is “Intractable Conflict”? Google for definition & clarity?
Author Peter T. Coleman, discusses “Intractable Conflict.” Describe the complexities in the situation of “Global Warming” as an intractable conflict in detail and explain in 8 – 10 pages of a detailed research paper why you believe this is an intractable conflict? Author Peter T. Coleman discusses intractable conflicts in several articles, some listed below. You may consider author Peter T. Coleman’s components found in Chapter 30, page 708, of
The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice, 3rd edition. See List of other possible resources listed below? He references the 5 areas, paradigm’s (patterns or models as to which how science views the world) as Realist, Human, Medical, Post Modern and Systems? Please include them in paper?
Explain how to deal with this topic (Global Warming) as a national and international undisputed “intractable conflict”. You may use Coleman’s guidelines, as well as other scholarly resources on the topic of global warming. You may use other articles, other than from this one textbook resource and, or other academic articles on the topic of global warming as an intractable conflict?
Paper should be typed, double-spaced, and must be free of typing, grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. Use the APA citation style. Please google for references if not familiar with the APA style? Wikipedia must not be used to do the research, and no more than 50% of the sources may be from websites. (not including the online articles from scholarly resources, which are of course acceptable)
Any websites used must be reliable, such as that of the U.S. State Department, a university webpage, etc.
The paper must include at least five (5)properly cited, scholarly and secondary sources accepted and be at least 8-10 pages in length.
It must be clear that the focus is based on a number of factors including thoroughness, accuracy, clarity, correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, and overall presentation.
Plagiarism sensitive, Paper will be evaluated by Turn-it-in. The use of any sources without properly citing them will be considered as plagiarism. To cite an article from a textbook, include the title of the article, the author(s) name(s), page, name of the book, editors’ names, and year of publication.
Coleman, P. T., Deutsch, M., & Marcus, E. (Eds.) (2014). The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice. 3rd Edition, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Translated into Japanese (2003), Polish (2006).
Coleman, P. T. (May 3, 2011). The Five Percent: Finding Solutions to (Seemingly) Impossible Conflicts. New York: Public Affairs, Perseus Books.
Coleman, P. T. (2018). Conflict intelligence and systemic wisdom: Meta-competencies for engaging conflict in a complex, dynamic world. Negotiation Journal, 34, 1, pp. 7-35.
Coleman, P. T. (2018). Ten major scientific contributions that promote a more just, peaceful and sustainable world. Negotiation Journal, 34, 1, pp. 105-116.
Vallacher, R., Coleman, P. T., Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L. (2010).Rethinking intractable conflict: The perspective of dynamical systems. American Psychologist, 65(4), 262-278.
Coleman, P. T., Vallacher, R., Nowak, A., &Bui-Wrzosinska, L. (2007).Intractable conflict as an attractor: Presenting a dynamical model of conflict, escalation, and intractability. American Behavioral Scientist, 50(11), 1454-1475.
Coleman, P. T. (2006) Conflict, complexity, and change: A meta-framework for addressing protracted, intractable conflicts – III. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 12(4), 325-348.
Coleman, P. T. (2004) Paradigmatic framing of protracted, intractable conflict: Towards the development of a meta-framework – II. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 10(3), 197-235.
Coleman, P. T. (2003). Characteristics of protracted, intractable conflict: Towards the development of a meta-framework – I. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 9(1), 1-37. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Blog Posts (Selected)
Coleman, P. T. (2018). The science of teamwork: Five actionable lessons for the lab . Posted on Psychology Today on June 14, 2018.
Coleman, P. T. (2016). How to resolve conflict with an app . Editorial opinion published in Psychology Today February 18, 2016.