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Emotional factor in a conflict can cause violence as well. Suppose you are mediating a conflict where there are chances of violence between the disputants during the settlement process. What measures would you adopt to control the violence and for settling the dispute peacefully?


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Any idea please?

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We can reduce violence from the following ways:

  • By reducing the anger of participants.                
  • Disconnect anger from violence.
  • Promote positive behaviors, healthy relationships and gender roles
  • Increase social intolerance to all kinds of violence
  • Through, Anger management and substance abuse issues.
  • Resolve violence by, improving individuals' problem solving ability.

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Although conflict is part of everyday life, it does not have to lead to violence. Dealing positively with conflict can help people understand each other better, build confidence in their own ability to control their destinies, and develop the skills they need to lead successful, productive lives. The Chain of Violence

“Violence has been with us forever!”

“It’s basic human nature to be violent.”

“Look at the animals in the jungle. We’re just the same as them!”

Sound familiar? You’ve probably heard people talk about violence in this way. Many people believe that violence is basic to human nature; that violence has been deeply imbedded in the human brain since the beginning of time; that there is nothing we can do about it.

But many scientists who study human behavior think differently. They believe that humans have learned to use violence in response to a more basic fact of life—conflict. Some of these scientists suggest that, if human beings have learned to use violent methods to deal with conflict in the past, they can learn to use other, more constructive methods to deal with conflict in the future.

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