Psychology

“Why Can’t We All Just Get Along:” A New Norm for Managing Conflict in the Church.

ABSTRACT The Jesus Model of conflict management has important implications for the future of the church. If we can make this the standard operating practice in our congregations, then we can manage potentially destructive situations. This essay presents a definition of conflict: An expressed struggle between two interdependent parties over perceived scarce rewards, incompatible goals, or unfulfilled expectations. There are several important ideas about conflict: it is unavoidable, sometimes unresolvable, but manageable. There are three basic components of conflict: ego, stasis, and pseudo.

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Comparing Social Climate Perceptions of Staff and Juveniles with Sexual Behavior Problems

A dissertation presented to the Faculty of the School of Psychology & Counseling, Regent University, in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, by Taylor L. Johnson, July 2017.
 
Approved by: 
 
Lee A. Underwood, Psy. D., Chair of Committee Regent University, School of Psychology & Counseling 
 
Frances Dailey, Ph.D., Committee Member Argosy University, College of Counseling, Psychology & Social Sciences  
 
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00007812

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