Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The following is a review of the research on the topic of conflict resolution in college age students. All of the research involved used college students as their participants. The purpose of this review was to find out if college students constructively resolve conflicts in their individual and professional lives. The research reveals that there are various factors that play a key role in how this age group comes to their resolution strategies. Nevertheless, students appear to use some nonconstructive techniques. However, constructive methods to be aware of are discovered as well as skills that may offer insight further into this topic. There is a call for more research in this field to truly and accurately gauge the overall benefit of ensuring good conflict managers in this age group.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
Radhi H. Al-Mabuk
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©2003 Marc J. Dalmasso
Dalmasso, Marc J., "Are college students prepared for conflict? : a review on conflict resolution among college students" (2003). Graduate Research Papers. 365.