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The Resource Herbert C. Kelman

Herbert C. Kelman

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Herbert C. Kelman
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Herbert C. Kelman
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Pioneers in Arts, Humanities, Science, Engineering, Practice Ser.
Series volume
v.13
Herbert C. Kelman
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Herbert C. Kelman
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Contents
  • Herbert C. Kelman: An Interdisciplinary Pioneer and Peace Advocate -- References -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Herbert C. Kelman -- 1 Personal Reflections on My Work in Conflict Analysis and Resolution -- 1.1 Early Experiences -- 1.2 Becoming a Social Psychologist -- 1.3 The 1950s and the 1960s -- 1.4 Unofficial Diplomacy and Interactive Problem Solving -- 1.5 The Middle East Connection -- 1.6 John Burton's Influence: Change and Continuity -- 1.7 Contextual Social Psychology and the Point-of-Entry Problem -- 1.8 Social Influence and Attitude Change -- 1.8.1 Processes of Social Influence -- 1.8.2 The Role of Action in Attitude Change -- 1.8.3 Legitimate Authority -- 1.9 Psychotherapy and Group Process -- 1.9.1 Third-Party Role -- 1.9.2 Corrective Emotional Experiences -- 1.9.3 Two Phases of Behavior Change -- 1.10 International Educational and Cultural Exchange -- 1.11 Nationalism and National Identity -- 1.12 Ethical Issues in Social Research and Social Action -- 1.12.1 Arab-Jewish Relations -- 1.12.2 The Microprocess of Social Change -- 1.12.3 Action Research -- 1.13 Conclusion -- 2 Herbert C. Kelman's Selected Bibliography -- Texts by Herbert C. Kelman on Social Psychology of Conflict Analysis and Resolution -- 3 Social-Psychological Dimensions of International Conflict (2007) -- 3.1 The Nature of International Conflict -- 3.1.1 Conflict as a Process Driven by Collective Needs and Fears -- 3.1.2 Conflict as an Intersocietal Process -- 3.1.3 Conflict as a Multifaceted Process of Mutual Influence -- 3.1.4 Conflict as an Interactive Process with an Escalatory, Self-perpetuating Dynamic -- 3.2 Social-Psychological Processes Promoting Conflict -- 3.2.1 Normative Processes -- 3.2.1.1 Formation of Collective Moods -- 3.2.1.2 Mobilization of Group Loyalties -- 3.2.1.3 Decision-Making Processes -- 3.2.1.4 Negotiation and Bargaining Processes
  • 3.2.1.5 Processes of Structural and Psychological Commitment -- 3.2.2 Perceptual Processes -- 3.2.2.1 Formation of Mirror Images -- 3.2.2.2 Resistance of Images to Contradictory Information -- 3.3 Conclusion -- References -- 4 Applying a Human Needs Perspective to the Practice of Conflict Resolution: The Israeli-Palestinian Case (1990) -- 4.1 The Concept of Human Needs -- 4.2 Interactive Problem Solving -- 4.3 The Articulation of a Human Needs Perspective in Problem-Solving Workshops -- 4.3.1 Definition of the Enterprise -- 4.3.2 Structure of Workshops -- 4.3.3 Workshop Process -- 5 The Role of National Identity in Conflict Resolution: Experiences from Israeli-Palestinian Problem-Solving Workshops (2001) -- 5.1 The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict -- 5.2 The Struggle Over National Identity -- 5.3 Identity Changes -- 5.4 Negotiating Identity -- 5.5 Problem-Solving Workshops -- 5.6 The Problem of Palestinian Refugees -- 5.7 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Group Processes in the Resolution of International Conflicts: Experiences from the Israeli-Palestinian Case (1997) -- 6.1 The Conflict Resolution Field -- 6.2 Interactive Problem Solving -- 6.3 Contributions to the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process -- 6.4 The Role of Group Processes in Conflict Resolution -- 6.4.1 The Group as a Microcosm -- 6.4.2 The Group as a Laboratory -- 6.4.3 The Group as a Setting for Direct Interaction -- 6.4.4 The Group as a Coalition Across Conflict Lines -- 6.4.5 The Group as a Nucleus for a New Relationship -- References -- The Weatherhead Center for International Affairs -- American University -- About the Author -- About the Editor -- About this Book
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