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Interpersonal Conflict. Wimot & Hocker. Chapter overview. Why study conflict? Definition of conflict Scares resources Personal history Three categorize of family conflict behaviors The Lens model. Why study conflict? .

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chapter overview
Chapter overview

Why study conflict?

Definition of conflict

Scares resources

Personal history

Three categorize of family conflict behaviors

The Lens model

why study conflict
Why study conflict?
  • “The study of conflict is a basic human requirement and the practice of constructive conflict is an essential set of interpersonal skills.”
  • Conflict can help maintain and understand one’s own interpersonal relationships
conflict defined
Conflict defined
  • Conflict is an expressed struggle between two or more interdependent parties.
  • Conflict has perceived incongruent goals
  • Conflict can be a struggle for scares resources
  • In conflict, individuals perceive other as a road bock to attain their own goals.
examples of scares recourses
Examples of scares recourses
  • Money
  • Time
  • Affection
  • Attention
personal history
Personal History
  • "History never repeats itself ,as most people fear. People usually repeat history.“ – Divine Chikobvu
  • How a person deals with history can be tied to their own families history with conflict
the three categorize of family origin
The three categorize of family origin
  • Avoidant families
  • Collaborative families
  • Aggressive families
rules of an avoidant family
Rules of an Avoidant family
  • Family doesn’t recognize conflict
  • Walks away when conflict arises
  • Doesn’t allow expressions of strong feelings
  • Doesn’t acknowledge struggle
rules of collaborative families
Rules of Collaborative families
  • Have family meetings or meal time discussions
  • Say openly what they are feeling
  • Parents help resolve children’s conflicts
  • Strong feelings are normal and allowed
rules of aggressive families
Rules of Aggressive Families
  • Survival of the fittest describes the general climate
  • Be brutally honest regardless of impact
  • People who don’t engage are weak
  • Have an audience present when you engage someone
the lens model of conflict
The Lens Model of conflict
  • Conflict can be viewed like lenses through glasses.
  • The fundamental aspects in the lens model are 1) communication behaviors 2) the perceptions of those behaviors
  • Individuals may have different perspectives of the same behaviors. Each person may have a different view of…
          • Oneself
          • The other person
          • The relationship
two people in conflict can have different perspectives on the same conflict
Two people in conflict can have different perspectives on the same conflict
  • Notice how the two characters perceive the odds differently
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX5jNnDMfxA
bibliography
Bibliography
  • Hocker, Joyce. Wilmot, William. “ Interpersonal Conflict”. McGrawHill. Boston. 2007.