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-Garth Brooks
•What is CONFLICT??•What are the differentkinds of CONFLICT??•What are the differentCONFLICT situations? ?•How to manageCO...
Conflicts are generally defined asrelational disputes between two or moreparties in which those involved perceive athreat ...
Structure conflicts- These happen because of something the participants  can’t control.Values conflicts- These happen when...
 Cyber bullying- consist of students who hack into other students’ social   network sites. It may also consist of posting...
 Get the facts Use active or reflective listening Refrain from interrupting the  speaker or changing the subject Defin...
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  1. 1. -Garth Brooks
  2. 2. •What is CONFLICT??•What are the differentkinds of CONFLICT??•What are the differentCONFLICT situations? ?•How to manageCONFLICT situations??
  3. 3. Conflicts are generally defined asrelational disputes between two or moreparties in which those involved perceive athreat to their interests coming from thoseon the other side of the disagreement.While this can describe a variety of conflict,it does not explain the full range ofpossibilities with this term.
  4. 4. Structure conflicts- These happen because of something the participants can’t control.Values conflicts- These happen when people have a fundamental disagreement on fundamental values.Resources conflicts- This is when two people fight because they both want something, but there aren’t enough resources for both of them to satisfy their desires.
  5. 5.  Cyber bullying- consist of students who hack into other students’ social network sites. It may also consist of posting negative information on their own social networking sites about others. Gossip- If a teenager spreads gossip about another adolescent, this can cause hurt feelings, self-esteem issues and even violence. Fighting- Many teenagers take out their anger on others through shoving, punching and hitting. Parent-child conflict- As children become more independent, conflict arises with parents.
  6. 6.  Get the facts Use active or reflective listening Refrain from interrupting the speaker or changing the subject Define the problem through discussion
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