Dynamical Foundations of Intractable Conflict: Introduction to the Special Issue
Robin R. Vallacher , Peter T. Coleman , Andrzej Nowak , Lan Bui-Wrzosińska
AbstractThis special issue conceptualizes and investigates intractable social conflict from the perspective of dynamical social psychology. This approach represents a distillation of the concepts, methods, and tools associated with dynamical systems and complexity science that were initially developed in mathematics and the natural sciences. In this article, we provide an overview of the dynamical perspective on conflict, identify the key concepts that are directly relevant to understanding how conflict can transform from constructive to destructive, and suggest how an understanding of the dynamical bases of conflict can be used to resolve conflicts that appear intractable. We conclude by providing brief overviews of the other articles in the special issue.
|Journal series||Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, (0 pkt)|
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