Compromise After Conflict

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Conceptual and Substantive

Conceptually we envisage compromise to involve emotions, behaviours and relationships.

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Welcome

This programme of research is both conceptual and substantive, seeking to interrogate the term compromise itself as well as undertake empirical research to explore compromise as a social practice. We begin from the premise that compromise is no different in the settings in which it occurs but is easier to access in some locations than others. Therefore, the empirical driver is the study of victims of communal conflict, where compromise operates in extremis, in the view that this throws into higher relief the processes that garner and sustain it...

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Events

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2013: Events
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