You will be introduced to conflict theory and the many different ways of
resolving interpersonal conflict. You will examine a model interest based
conflict resolution for resolving conflicts and be expected to act as a
mediator by applying the different stages of the model. Finally, you will
look at mediation within the criminal justice system, as well as; family
conferencing and restorative justice on the community based level.
Students are responsible for obtaining video camera for assignment requirement
Additional costs: Text(s) and required print materials
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