The Dynamics of Conflict: a Guide to Engagement and Intervention

February 18, 2013

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Praise for the Second Edition of The Dynamics of Conflict

“Mayer once again demonstrates his unique ability to weave theory and practice together with real-world examples—whether about warring nations or a family dispute—to help readers better understand both the fundamentals and nuances involved in working in the conflict arena. The Dynamics of Conflict is a very important read for anyone who works with people in conflict.”—Peter Salem, executive director, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

“In his latest book, Mayer explores the theoretical underpinnings of conflict as it relates to cognitive, emotional, and behavioral dimensions. Personal stories and examples provide practical skills in communication and negotiation, including how to deal with power, impasse, and cross-cultural issues. The book is a must-read for conflict resolution professionals and will also be easily understandable to the public at large—a great tool for businesses, parents, governmental agencies, mental health professionals, and educators!”—Nina Meierding, Negotiation and Mediation Training Services; former president, Academy of Family Mediators

The Dynamics of Conflict: a Guide to Engagement and Intervention, Bernard Mayer. 2nd ed. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 2012. 366 p. ISBN 9780470613535 (hardcover)

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