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Conflict in the coalition – a golden opportunity missed?

In my last post, I began to explore the complexities of conflict as a multi-faceted notion that refutes and extends beyond the one dimensional idea of conflict as some sort of negative phenomenon. Instead, looking previously at the work of Mullins (2005) and Buchanan and Huczynski (2010) we began unpacking conflict, touching briefly on the theoretical explorations of the aforementioned writers’, who start to characterise conflict as a force that can impact both negatively and positively under varying contexts and situations.

Moving on from this, Fox (1966/1973) offers four ‘Frames of Reference’ with which to deal with and perceive conflict: Continue reading

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