Conflicts Between Teenagers and Parents are Shaped by Generational Culture


Identify and describe the nature and characteristics of conflict


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Conflict and culture:-

Culture is always a factor in conflict.

Cultural conflicts arise because of the differences in values and norms of behavior of people from different cultures.

Intractable conflicts like India-Pakistan conflict over Kashmir are not just about land issue — they are also about other reasons such as different cultural, language and identity.

Conflicts between teenagers and parents are shaped by generational culture, and conflicts between partners are influenced by gender culture.

There is many factors cusses the conflict such as language that is a key factor in conflict like the drama we did in the first presentation I talked with Abdullah and I used our language and max thought I said something bad about them.

Nonverbal communication, or body language, is a vital form of communication. When we talk with others, we give and receive signals. The nonverbal signals you send either produce a sense of desire for connection – or they generate disinterest thus may lead to conflict.

There are many different types of nonverbal communication such as facial expressions, gestures, eye contact and Body movements.


Learning Objective:

1)Identify and describe the nature and characteristics of conflict

2)Define intercultural conflict and describe its characteristics

3)Describe the role of language in intercultural conflict

4)Identify five types of conflict

5)Explain the potential impact of culture in conflict situation

6)Explain why it is important to consider the impact of social,political and historical elements in intercultural conflict

7)Explain the role of face and face saving in conflict situations

8)Identify preventative strategies that you can use to avoid threatening the other person’s face in a conflict situation

9)Offer suggestions and strategies you dealing effectively and appropriately with intercultural conflicts.


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