Conflict Resolution Curve: Concept and Reality

@article{Das2018ConflictRC,
  title={Conflict Resolution Curve: Concept and Reality},
  author={Tuhin K. Das},
  journal={PSN: Negotiation \& Conflict Resolution (Topic)},
  year={2018}
}
  • Tuhin K. Das
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • PSN: Negotiation & Conflict Resolution (Topic)
Conflict resolution curve (CRC) separates conflict styles into two separate domains: domain of competing entities and domain of accommodating entities. There is a sort of agreement between targets and aggressors on this curve. Their judgements of badness compared to goodness of each other are analogous on CRC. So, arrival of all conflicting entities to some negotiable points on CRC is important before peace building. Examples have been cited to substantiate this concept. 
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