The problem isn't that humanitarian or human rights law no longer fits the conflict paradigm
- it's that those norms are protected through enforcement.
Those operating within the Conflict paradigm must choose between science and religion.
However, much of the late twentieth-century literature discussing the theoretical patterns for relating science and theology tends to minimize the contemporary influence of the conflict paradigm in favor of more compartmental, integrative, or complementary paradigms.
The military courts have been set up in the legally permissible zone of Article 245 and should be viewed as a necessary and proportionate measure under the law of conflict paradigm
O'Neil's gender role conflict paradigm (GRC; O'Neil, Helms, Gable, David, & Wrightsman, 1986) has contributed significantly to our understanding of the psychology of men and masculinity (Good, Borst, & Wallace, 1994; Smiler, 2004; Thompson, Pleck, & Ferrera, 1992).
Loneliness was chosen as the measure of psychological distress to investigate with our sample because it potentially fits with the theoretical notion of the gender role conflict paradigm.
Darder, Tones, and Gutierrez appear to be advancing a conflict paradigm.
For example, consider the theoretical frameworks used in the Sociology of Education, which can basically be divided into two camps: consensus and conflict paradigms.
This Article advocates a different paradigm -- the transnational conflict paradigm
-- that better explains various collective action failures and points the way toward mechanisms that might correct these problems.
This text deserves a place upon the bookshelf of those currently working within the conflict paradigm
The gender role conflict paradigm
focuses on how men's psychological strain occurs when they are restricted to only the stereotypical traditional norms.
32) If the State is not operating within the self-defense or armed conflict paradigms
, it must be operating in the human rights paradigm.