Conflict resolution

IB Psychology: Conflict resolution

Theories of conflict resolution seek to increase individuals’ rate of cooperation in order to decrease the power of one’s social identity on behaviour.Gordon Allport (1954) wrote: “It has sometimes been held that merely by assembling people without regard for race, color, religion, or national origin, we can thereby destroy stereotypes and develop friendly attitudes.” This has become known as the Intergroup Contact...

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