Communications 300

Conflict Resolution and Meditation

Course details

The purpose of this course is to teach students methods of conflict resolution that can be applied to issues of community development. Exercises in the course will be related to potential areas of conflict in First Nation administration, as well as common conflicts that occur in primary and secondary contacts (family and community). The course emphasizes an understanding of the nature of conflict resolution modes (their strengths and weaknesses), models of mediating with basic practice in mediation process. The course will focus on aboriginal content so that case studies and practices reflect the cultural values and traditions of First Nation peoples.

3 Credits

This course is also featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs.