There are many reasons for conflict among groups. While a group has decided advantages over an individual, namely a diversity of resources, ideas, and knowledge; this diversity can also lead to conflict. When a team comes together there are likely to be differences in values, opinions, attitudes, social factors, and ideas of power. These differences all contribute to the formation of conflict. According to Tuckman’s stages of group development, most groups go through a stage of storming in which conflict arises and efficient work cannot be done.
Personality clashes can cause inevitable conflict especially between individuals. As well as between nations when two different leaders have differing personalities. People have to accept and understand each other and their personalities as well as help each other with problem solving. Poor performance conflict you’ll typically find in a work environment although it can be
The implications of this on the services are far reaching due to the fact there is the ever current risk to the lives of serving soldiers who are in combat or an area of global instability. They may be seriously killed or injured by the enemy, by civilians who resent the military presence or even by friendly fire. There is also a huge impact on the family of military personnel who may experience extreme stress or anxiety about the welfare of their loved one. War is also a extremely expensive prospect and a war can quickly use up many types of resources including fighting vehicles, ammunition and protective equipment. Reserve
My experiences have been horrifying. People who endure dissonance always seem to come out shaped or changed by their experiences. The consequences the individuals face from encountering conflict forever transform their thoughts, beliefs and their lives. Quite often the noticeable physical damage an individual has been through can conceal the emotional trauma they are suffering. The physical injury gives survivors something to hide behind.
There are many factors that go into warfare. There is the leadership of an individual with the power to make or break a military strategy or tactic. Public opinion can heavily influence the support or opposite of the people behind a war. Technology is always advancing and becomes more and more devastating as time progresses. Logistics is important to carry people, equipment and vehicles from one place to another, supplying reinforcements where required.
So what causes this worldwide dilemma? Primary factors that lead to poverty comprises of overpopulation, lack of knowledge and competence, unemployment and high standards of living. These are not all the causes but these are some of the leading causes. One of the lead causes of poverty is overpopulation. A certain place can only cater a certain amount of people.
So let’s look at one of the most common places for conflict to be found, the family. Family dynamics are complex and precarious. When conflict arises in a family unit the need for resolution is almost immediate but a rush to solve a problem without thinking things through or addressing each party’s desired outcome can and often does lead to escalations of a more volatile nature. This volatile response is easily seen in the event of domestic violence and child abuse. One of the more common types of family conflict is that of parent child rivalry and discipline.
The Economics of the Poverty What is Poverty? Poverty in America is the state of being poor, and one lacks the means of providing material needs or comforts. Unfortunately, I have to say that this is still happening in many parts of the world. Poverty is said to exist when people lack the means to satisfy their basic needs. Poverty has been associated, for example, with poor health, low levels of education or skills, an inability or an unwillingness to work.
Conflict in Sudan The need for power and control has led to the start of many civil wars.The north and the south were the cause of the war in Sudan. The civil war has affected many people in so many different ways. Some have lost their homes, family, friends, everything. The impact of the civil war in Sudan has affected more than half of the people. Of the 47 million Sudanese people, over two million have died due to the civil wars raging on in Sudan(Military).
According to Ayittey, "In Sudan... the Arabs monopolized power and excluded blacks - Arab apartheid." Many African commentators join Ayittey in accusing Sudan of practising Arab apartheid. Boston Globe columnist Fred Jacoby has accused Sudan of practising apartheid against Christians in what is now South Sudan "where tens of thousands of black Africans in the country's southern region, most of them Christians or animists, have been abducted and sold into slavery by Arab militias backed by the Islamist regime in Khartoum." Beginning of the conflict The beginning point of the conflict in the Darfur region is typically said to be 26 February 2003, when a