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  • Conflicts and ValuesRecently we surveyed people about their conflicts and values, these are the results.54%46% MaleFemaleGender and Age of Participants11-2021-3041+1512Average amount of Conflicts a Day73None12345+51 1 1Participants: 18Male: 7Female: 11The most average amounts ofconflicts a day is only 1!
  • How do you solve conflictsCollaborateAccommodateCompetitiveCompromiseAvoidOther1253921Most people solve conflictsby being collaborative,solvingit out.Who do you have conflicts with most of the time?19%23%28%30%FamilyFriendsCoupleOtherPeople have the mostconflict with theirFamily than theirfriends, boy/girlfriendand other people.
  • Where are your values from?25151312Most of peoples values comefrom their families!CultureFamilySchoolFriendsOther11%6%11%17%56%FamilyFriendsCommunityCulture(s)OtherWhat are your conflicts mostly revolving around?For most of the time, conflictsare about their own family.
  • Do you look at the opposing persons perspective?No1 2 3 4 5YesMost often times, people tend to look at theopposing persons perspective n a conflict“Differences in values can cause conflict that wechoose to deal with in different ways.”Disagree1 2 3 4 5Agree6 7 8 9 10People strongly agree about the statement “Differences in valuescan cause conflict that we choose to deal wit in different ways.”