Communication and Ethnopolitical Conflict
Ellis argues that resources are unequally distributed and differences are the norm. Politics is used to manage these differences and although communication is the fundamental tool of conflict management, there are other components in resolving conflicts that complement communication approaches. Dialogue and deliberation are posed as workable responses to untangling these differences and managing intractability.
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Abu-Nimer, M., 173, 199
Abul-Fadl, M., 192, 194
activist dialogue, 82
agreeing to disagree, 30
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