Modelling intergroup conflict escalation and de-escalation

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Druckman, Daniel and Nowak, Andrzej. 2010. "Modelling intergroup conflict escalation and de-escalation." 23rd Annual International Association of Conflict Management Conference (IACM23). Boston, United States 24 - 27 Jul 2010 Ann Arbor, MI. United States.
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Modelling intergroup conflict escalation and de-escalation

Presentation TypePaper
AuthorsDruckman, Daniel (Author) and Nowak, Andrzej (Author)
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the 23rd Annual International Association of Conflict Management Conference (IACM23)
Number of Pages6
Year2010
Place of PublicationAnn Arbor, MI. United States
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttps://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1612490
Conference/Event23rd Annual International Association of Conflict Management Conference (IACM23)
Event Details
23rd Annual International Association of Conflict Management Conference (IACM23)
Event Date
24 to end of 27 Jul 2010
Event Location
Boston, United States
Abstract

Advances in dynamical systems theory and technologies have provided an opportunity to model the core processes of escalation and de-escalation between conflicting groups. The processes are depicted in the form of propositions based on the sociology of conflict literature (Druckman and Zechmeister, 1973). The model captures the dynamics of conflict as depicted by the theory, with particular emphasis on the roles of shifting power and memory for losses in previous conflicts. The simulation will be demonstrated and opportunities will be provided for audience participation during and after the session.

Keywordsnegotiation; group dynamics; conflict
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020440808. International relations
440811. Political theory and political philosophy
470104. International and development communication
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Byline AffiliationsGeorge Mason University, United States
University of Warsaw, Poland
SeriesWorking Paper: IACM 23rd Annual Conference Paper
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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