Handbook of Conflict Resolution, Theory and Practice 2nd
Praise for The Handbook of Conflict Resolution, 2nd Edition…
"The Handbook of Conflict Resolution offers an astonishing
array of insightful articles on theory and practice by leading scholars
and practitioners. Students, professors, and professionals alike
can learn a great deal from studying this handbook."
—William Ury, director, Global Negotiation Project, Harvard
University; coauthor, Getting to Yes and author, The Third Side
"The first edition of the Handbook was an impressive, important
book. The second edition is even more comprehensive, addressing
many forms of conflict: interpersonal, organizational, intractable
conflict between groups, and international conflicts, and issues
from the intrapsychic to the cultural. The book connects knowledge
base in research with theory, and theory with practice. This is
a book that will be of great value to anyone concerned with conflict
and will significantly move the field forward."
—Ervin Staub, professor of psychology, University of Massachusetts,
Amherst; author, The Psychology of Good and Evil: Why Children,
Adults, and Groups Help and Harm Others; former president of the
International Society of Political Psychology
About the Editors:
Morton Deutsch is E. L. Thorndike Professor and director emeritus
of the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution
(ICCCR), Teachers College, Columbia University. He is a pioneer
in the study of intergroup relations, cooperation-competition, conflict
resolution, social conformity, and the social psychology of justice.
Peter T. Coleman is associate professor of psychology and education
at Teachers College, Columbia University, and current director
of ICCCR. He is active as a researcher, mediator, and educator
in conflict resolution.
Eric C. Marcus is a principal of The Marcus Group, a firm specializing
in issues of organizational change and human development. Working
both domestically and internationally, his practice areas include
leadership and group development, interpersonal and intergroup
mediation, and conflict resolution.