New!Conflict, Interdependence, and Justice: The Intellectual Legacy of Morton Deutsch
Morton Deutsch is internationally known for his pioneering theoretical and research contributions relating to cooperation, conflict resolution, prejudice, social justice, and peace. This book collects six of Morton Deutsch's most influential papers, which together analyze essential issues in social relations and identify conditions necessary for addressing them constructively. Complementary chapters by top contemporary scholars in the conflict resolution/social justice/social interdependence field imbue these works with particular relevance for today. In addition, Deutsch's introduction reflects on the wartime milieu and social reform era that set him on the path toward his penetrating insights, and his concluding essay reveals implications of his work not only for training, mentoring, and research, but also for promoting a larger culture of sustainable peace and justice.
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