WITH regard to our World Heritage Status conflict
In their groundbreaking study of teacher/coaches at the college, secondary, and middle/elementary levels, Locke and Massengale (1987) utilized a role conflict inventory comprised of questions related to the three areas of occupational conflict (Value Conflict, Status Conflict
, and Self/Other Conflict) introduced by Grace (1972).
Part IV is a brief conclusion that describes how the essays in this Symposium connect to the problem of status conflict.
The present struggle over gay rights is also much more complicated than a simple status conflict between the forces of social hierarchy and the righteous armies of egalitarianism.
Robin Barnes's piece describes the problems of African-American parents who want to improve the quality of their children's education.(189) Her story of the fight over Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a classic example of a status conflict, in which each side feels the other lacks proper understanding and respect.
(38.) Richard Abel's recent work on freedom of speech is based on the theory of status conflict and is filled with many helpful examples of the phenomenon.
Status conflict will be exacerbated still further if this backlash occurs as the economy is slowing.
She contributes to the new discussion in terms of theory, research design and methods, the bilateral 1984 Andreotti and 2003 Berluscone incidents and their settlements, status conflicts
in the G7 and United Nations Security Council membership, and European Union enlargement negotiations.
In his sonnet to Elizabeth, however, James's monarchic status conflicts
with his attempts write a conventional piece of Petrarchan verse that would entertain Elizabeth (hence making her more pliable to his political desires) for several reasons.
They also consider the effects of physical distance, cross-cultural negotiation, archetypal game structures that characterize negotiators' mental models, status conflicts
, beliefs about fixed vs.