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  • adjective Characterized by conflict

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  • But the insights of anthropologists, sociologists, geographers, social psychologists, political scientists, and area specialists are all relevant to the key problems: arriving at applicable and testable theories of the causes of conflict in a variety of circumstances, and arriving at strategies for reducing the sources of conflict and defining pathways from "conflictual" to "non-conflictual".

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  • But the insights of anthropologists, sociologists, geographers, social psychologists, political scientists, and area specialists are all relevant to the key problems: arriving at applicable and testable theories of the causes of conflict in a variety of circumstances, and arriving at strategies for reducing the sources of conflict and defining pathways from "conflictual" to "non-conflictual".

    Conflict as an empirical-practical study

  • I think he feels that it might be in his interest to have a more conflictual relationship with President Obama, said Aaron.

    Netanyahu Says No 1967 Borders in Peace Deal

  • But expanding the circle can be uncomfortable and conflictual.

    Rev. Dean Snyder: The Magi

  • I think he feels that it might be in his interest to have a more conflictual relationship with President Obama, said Aaron.

    Netanyahu Says No 1967 Borders in Peace Deal

  • Over the past years, I have become increasingly aware of the tendency of many intelligent high functioning people on some days I dare to include myself, to freeze in the sense of a real incapacity to process emotions or thoughts in the midst of a situation that is at all conflictual.

    Carol Smaldino: The Bully and the Brain Freeze

  • But expanding the circle can be uncomfortable and conflictual.

    Rev. Dean Snyder: The Magi

  • "It becomes less and less conflictual as you get more removed from the actual event."

    Expert explains why missing student's friends 'close ranks'

  • Much of this is to do with the transition from conflictual policing to consensual policing over the past two decades and the absence of any real threat or challenge since the smashing of working class opposition at the end of the Eighties.

    Alan Miller: UK Riots

  • "It becomes less and less conflictual as you get more removed from the actual event."

    Expert explains why missing student's friends 'close ranks'

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  • coined by prof. Chiara Frigeni of U of T.

    January 12, 2009