VALUE CONFLICT AND THEIR RESOLUTION

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VALUE CONFLICT AND THEIR RESOLUTIONS By - Dr. Roma Smart Joseph Teacher Educator Lucknow , Uttar Pradesh, India romasmart@ymail.com

VALUES:

VALUES Values are beliefs that people use to give meaning to their lives. Values explain what is “ good ” or “ bad ”, “ right ” or “ wrong ”, “ just ” or “ unjust ”. It is a relationship between a person and an environmental situation which evokes an appreciative response in the individual. Values helps us to form positive bonds with other people.

VALUE CONFLICT:

VALUE CONFLICT Conflict refers to some form of disagreement or discord arising within a group when the beliefs or actions of one or more members of the group are either resisted by or unacceptable to one or more members of another group. People can live together in harmony with different value systems. Value conflict arise only when people attempt to force one set of values on others or lay claim to exclusive value systems that do not allow for divergent beliefs.

CAUSES OF CONFLICT:

CAUSES OF CONFLICT Differing values can lead to conflicts. Making assumptions can lead to conflicts. Differences in the way you were brought up can lead to conflicts. Differing expectations can lead to conflicts. Knowledge and ability to deal with conflict can result in conflicts.

TYPES OF CONFLICTS:

TYPES OF CONFLICTS

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INTRAPERSONAL CONFLICT Intrapersonal conflict occurs within an individual. It is a type of conflict that is psychological involving the individual’s thoughts, values, principles and emotions. Intrapersonal conflict leads to restlessness and uneasiness, or can even cause depression.

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INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT Interpersonal Conflict refers to a conflict between two individuals. This occurs typically due to how people are different from one another. We have varied personality which usually results to incompatible choices and opinions thus resulting in a conflict.

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INTRAGROUP CONFLICT Intragroup conflict is a type of conflict that arises among individuals within a group. The incompatibilities and misunderstandings among these individuals lead to an intragroup conflict.

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INTERGROUP CONFLICT Intergroup conflict takes place when a misunderstanding arises among different groups within an organization. This is due to varied set of goals and interests of these different groups.

CONFLICT RESOLUTION:

CONFLICT RESOLUTION Conflict resolution is conceptualized as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict. It is a way for two or more parties to find a peaceful solution to a disagreement among them. The disagreement may be personal, financial, political, or emotional. The  conflict  cannot be easily resolved with facts because the differences are belief-based and not fact-based .

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CONFLICT RESOLUTION STAGES Define the conflict Examine possible solutions Test the solution Evaluate the solution Reject Accept Exit

WAYS TO RESOLVE A CONFLICT:

WAYS TO RESOLVE A CONFLICT Be Calm Be Magnanimous Discuss or Debate Always show respect Acknowledge emotions Change the wording Compromise Seek mediation Accept the situation If all else fails, wait

CONCLUSION:

CONCLUSION Conflict is an inevitable part of life. Each of us possesses our own opinions, ideas and sets of beliefs. We have our own ways of looking at things and we act according to what we think is proper. Hence, we often find ourselves in conflict in different scenarios; may it involve other individuals, groups of people, or a struggle within our own selves. Consequently, conflict influences our actions and decisions in one way or another. Conflicts are not always negative, sometimes it has some positive consequences. The important thing is to keep wasteful and damaging conflict to a minimum and, when it does occur, use the relevant techniques to resolve or at least ease it.

REFERENCES:

REFERENCES http://har-mo-ny.com/wordpress/conflict/5-causes-of-conflict/ http://www.rogerdarlington.co.uk/conflict.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_(ethics) http://www.typesofconflict.org/types-of-conflict/

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