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Resolving Conflicts

How to Get Along When You Don't Get Along

Series: Issues in Focus Today

By Karen Judson

Conflicts are clashes—disagreements—between individuals, members of a group, or nations. Negative conflicts can be destructive, but conflicts that are managed well can have positive outcomes. In RESOLVING CONFLICTS: HOW TO GET ALONG WHEN YOU DON’T GET ALONG, author Karen Judson describes different kinds of conflicts and how they can be resolved, with a special focus on teens and building their conflict-resolution skills and understanding.

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"Both books offer some techniques to resolve difficult situations and/or deal with difficult people."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2006

". . . useful resources . . . All of these topics are dealt with in a factual, unbiased manner . . ."

Library Materials Guide, Fall 2006

"A well-researched overview . . . with scenarios that offer practical suggestions for resolving them. Each of the seven chapters has a clear focus, which makes the book ideal for reports. It will also be useful to student peer mediators."

School Library Journal, May 2006

". . . a good selection for middle and high school libraries, especially if they have peer mediation programs or are looking to start one."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, November 2005

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