Reconciliation From a Social-Psychological Perspective
This chapter distinguishes between conflict settlement, conflict resolution, and reconciliation. The chapter relates these three processes of ending conflict to the author's earlier work on social influence (i.e., process of compliance, identification, and internalization). Five conditions that can help groups in conflict arrive at the difficult point of revising their identity so as to accommodate to the identity of the other are discussed.
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