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conflict resolution

The resolution of potential conflicts between aircraft that have been identified by radar instructions from ATC (air traffic control) ensure that radar targets do not touch. The relevant traffic advisories are issued when this procedure is applied.
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Know your ABCs; in the case of conflict resolution, there are two to remember.
Conflict resolution has got many aspects but in actuality, it refers to the specified field of endeavor of an individual, the conflict does not exist there where the individual is not aware of that.
He argues for African responsibility for the conflict resolution attempts in Somalia.
For scholars of Laos, the most valuable chapters are undoubtedly Chapters 2, 3 and 4, in which Stobbe provides a detailed analysis of cultural ceremonies and conflict resolution practices such as op-lom, which are aimed at maintaining social harmony and restoring "face" or "one's respect and status in a communal relationship" (p.
Improved knowledge and skills in conflict resolution and crisis management in North Africa, the Sahel and the Great Lakes Region
He revealed that in recent past, the USIP had made a significant contribution in capacity building of various academies regarding conflict resolution.
Kagiso project undertakes leadership training, peace education as well as conflict resolution trainings for schools and community leaders.
Christian postulates that conflict management and conflict resolution in corrections is a much better "social control" alternative than other options, such as formal adjudication or arrest in the community and restrictive housing in the institutional setting.
With little support from teachers in managing conflict, middle school students often rely on their own and/or peer conflict resolution skills and orientations (O'Connell, Pepler, & Craig, 1999).
High profile episodes of school violence across the United States have increased concern over violence in schools and have made administrators aware that conflict resolution skills need to become a fundamental part of a school curriculum (Asherman, 2002).
Colonel Caraccilo then maintains that ten additional categories dedicated to conflict resolution, instead of only the six which address war termination, should also be used by nations during initial planning phases to include: nation building, economic development, humanitarian relief, and establishing democratic nations just to name a few.
Acknowledging and implementing conflict resolution strategies in the classroom enables every student to fully participate in the learning process.

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