Does Conflict Content Affect Learning from Simulations ? A Cross-National Inquiry into the Israeli-Palestinian and Guatemalan Conflict Scenarios

@inproceedings{uhadar2015DoesCC,
  title={Does Conflict Content Affect Learning from Simulations ? A Cross-National Inquiry into the Israeli-Palestinian and Guatemalan Conflict Scenarios},
  author={Cem Çuhadar and Ronit Kampf},
  year={2015}
}
It is important to find out whether the content of a simulation has any effect on learning, whether students learn better when the simulation is about a conflict they directly experience as opposed to a conflict they have hardly heard about, and whether learning about a specific conflict changes from one identity group to another. In this article, we address these questions in a five-group experimental study, with direct parties to the conflict (Israeli-Jewish, Palestinian, and Guatemalan… CONTINUE READING

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