Introduction to Peace and Conflict Resolution (3)
Course Level: Undergraduate
This course explores the central concepts of peace and conflict resolution, important theories of causes of conflict and applications of conflict resolution in difficult global contexts. It compares definitions of peace, explores types of conflict, and analyzes conflict from multiple perspectives, which range from individual-level theories of aggression and human nature to inter-group theories of identity and mobilization. Usually offered every term. Prerequisite: SIS-206 (may be taken concurrently).