4 edition of Conflict and Competition found in the catalog.
Conflict and Competition
Edward L. Cleary
by Lynne Rienner Pub
Written in English
|Contributions||Hannah Stewart-Gambino (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Competition and conflict are intrinsic features of modern societies, inequality is persistent, and booms and busts are recurrent outcomes throughout capitalist history. State intervention modifies. This book sheds new light on the religious and consequently social changes taking place in late antique Rome. The essays in this volume argue that the once-dominant notion of pagan-Christian religious conflict cannot fully explain the texts and artifacts, as well as the social, religious, and political realities of late antique Rome.
The book concludes with an exploration of greater group competition, conflict, and compromise and what consequences this could have for policymaking in a representation-based political system. Thomas T. Holyoke is an associate professor of political science at California State University, Fresno. Conflict, Competition, or Cooperation? is a timely addition to the long neglected study of the interface between elementary-secondary and post-secondary education. The work provides valuable insights for several research traditions." -- E. Robert Stephens, University of Maryland at College Park.
Get this from a library! Metropolitan governance: conflict, competition, and cooperation. [Richard C Feiock;] -- "Metropolitan Governance is the first book to bring together competing perspectives on the question and consequences of centralized vs. decentralized regional government. Presenting original. In his latest book, Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises, Anwar Shaikh has taken on the absolutely mammoth task of reanimating classical political economy. The book is the result of 15 years worth of work both writing, researching and evaluating empirical evidence.
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Conflict as Competition - an Ineffective Response to Conflict. Competition is fantastic fun. When it occurs in sports and board games and card games, it creates that excitement and challenge and fascination and focus. You get a clear winner and a loser but that's part of. 2 THE BIG BOOK OF CONFLICT-RESOLUTION GAMES real-life situations, especially in the realms of competition and coopera-tion, games can reveal the typical way conflict is dealt with in the team.
Teams can begin to understand their usual reactions, and then go on to discover more effective strategies for dealing with similar situations. Main Points of Conflict Theory: Limited resources lead to competition between groups in society.
These groups are the rich ruling class or the poor working class. The competition is usually economic or social with the ruling class dominating over the working class. Let’s explore each of Conflict and Competition book main points in more detail.
Competition for resources. The Politics of English: Conflict, Competition, Co-existence explores policies and practices that affect the use and position of English. The book discusses the ways in which people's language choices relate to the history, politics, and economies of their local context/5.
Competition, Conflict, Crises Anwar Shaikh. Takes a unique approach in developing an economic analysis of modern capitalism without any reliance on conventional assumptions of either perfect or imperfect competition; Reconciles macro and micro aspects of growth, making this work extremely relevant to current growth theory.
Introduction. Samuel Bowles, Duncan Foley and I (Simon Halliday) have an ongoing joint project writing an intermediate microeconomics textbook: Microeconomics: Competition, Conflict and Coordination (henceforth CCC).
On this site, you will find preliminary content that we are providing to test-teachers who are planning to use draft chapters of the book as well as tips and pointers to do with.
The core idea I have come to appreciate, in terms of competition in Multi-Domain Battle, is that to effectively compete and win, both today and in the future, we must evolve our understanding of the conflict continuum. The causal pattern for the conflict continuum is not relational, but cyclic.
Actions, whether military, diplomatic, economic. What other book might you compare The Italians before Italy: Conflict and Competition in the Mediterranean to and why.
Other related series by the great courses would include Foundations of Western Civilization I & II (both excellent), Europe and Western Civilization in the Modern Age, and The Middle Ages series: Early Middle Ages, High Middle.
The structure of the international system has been one of conflict and anarchy for the entirety of human history. The world has never known an era without warfare; states compete to maximize their security and ensure their survival against one another.
But in the modern era, this competition may have far more dire : Gerald Brown. The book can be a tough slog through some parts and some who have read and commented on it have missed the point by thinking of it as only a deep survey of By its "real nature" I refer to an economic analysis of Capitalism that is grounded in reality and "real competition" and not on the current thinking of modern orthodox economic theory that /5.
conflict definition: 1. an active disagreement between people with opposing opinions or principles: 2. fighting between. Learn more. "This book is a remarkable achievement, and there is a great deal to be learned from it." --John E. King, The Economic and Labour Relations Review "Anwar Shaikh's Capitalism offers the prospect of an intellectual renewal more comprehensive than any so far attempted.
Both the range and the depth of his book, covering in detail mainstream and heterodox, micro- and macroeconomics, are without /5(29). Competition and conflict are intrinsic features of modern societies, inequality is persistent, and booms and busts are recurrent outcomes throughout capitalist history.
State intervention modifies these patterns but does not abolish them. My book is an attempt to show that one can explain these and many other observed patterns as results of intrinsic forces that shape and channel outcomes.
The book edited by Ann Denis and Devorah Kalekin-Fishman invites us therefore to give the attention they deserve to the concepts of conflict, cooperation, and competition. The ISA handbook in contemporary sociology: Conflict, competition, cooperation London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / Realistic group conflict occurs when groups are in competition for objectively scarce resources, such as when two sports teams are vying for a championship or when the members of different ethnic groups are attempting to find employment in the same factory in a city (Brewer & Campbell, ; Jackson, ).
Conflict results in these conditions. Lion-human coexistence and competition from the Pleistocene to modern humans. Domestication, settlement, and the effects on lions.
Lions from the 14th century and to colonial occupation. Hunting, conservation and the decline of the lion in colonial Africa and India. Contemporary coexistence and conflict in Africa. Hyperwar: Conflict and Competition in the AI Century, gathers essays by leading experts in artificial intelligence explore the operational, technological, ethical, and professional military dimensions of this new era in which US dominance is no longer assured.
“’Hyperwar’ doesn’t just admire the problem of AI-fueled warfare, it offers 5/5(1). "Goethe said: 'As students of nature we are pantheists, as poets polytheists, as moral beings monotheists.' F. Peters's The Monotheists gives a keener edge to Goethe's irony, and he teaches us again the 'conflict and competition' between Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
Throughout his career, Peters has been our most comprehensive scholar of the agon waged by the three camps with one. Conflict definition is - fight, battle, war. How to use conflict in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of conflict. Get this from a library. Games: conflict, competition, and cooperation.
[David W Blagden; Mark de Rond; Janet Gibson;] -- "The essays from prominent public intellectuals collected in this volume reflect an array of perspectives on the spectrum of conflict, competition, and cooperation, as well as a. Summary of Cooperation and Competition By Morton Deutsch This Article Summary written by: Conflict Research Consortium Staff Citation: Morton Deutsch.
"Cooperation and Competition." Morton Deutsch and Peter T. Coleman, eds., The Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice San Francisco: Jossey-Bas Publishers,pp. Most conflicts involve a mix of cooperative and competitive.Lecture 1 is the introduction to the first semester of a two-semester sequence of a classical approach to economic analysis, built around the material in Professor Shaikh's book, Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises, Oxford University Press, Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises is a comprehensive overview of economics published by the noted heterodox economist Anwar Shaikh.
This article is technically not a review, rather a "what I am reading now" article. I have read enough of it to describe the audience for the book, but I cannot hope to summarise the contents of the work, which is just over pages.