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And that's not all--twenty years ago he would have found in that literature traces of conflict with authorities, with the creeds of the ages; he would have perceived from this conflict that there was something else; but now he comes at once upon a literature in which the old creeds do not even furnish matter for discussion, but it is stated baldly that there is nothing else--evolution, natural selection, struggle for existence--and that's all.
The golden-haired, white-skinned therns battling with desperate courage in hand-to-hand conflict with their ebony-skinned foemen.
Findings of the research revealed that female doctor with personality type A are more experienced work family conflict with their jobs rather than female doctor with personality type B.
If a patient is in conflict with an employee, the patient may refuse to let that employee care for him or her; therefore, reducing the overall efficiency of the unit.
Workplace conflicts may arise because of: (1) lack of open or adequate communication between employees or between employees and bosses; (2) power struggles between departments with conflicting objectives or reward systems; (3) the incompatibility of personal goals, social values, or personality characteristics; (4) role behavior required by employees' jobs that conflict with their personal values; or (5) leadership styles (particularly authoritarian and laissez faire styles).
When salespeople perceive strong relationship conflict, the salespeople transmits information relatively more often, will have relatively stronger relationship conflict with the engineer (F=11.
Ethnic nationalism reflects its conflict with ideas of a plural society with multiple identities.
Whether you are the manager or the person in conflict with a peer, sit down with the other party to discuss the issue and attempt to establish a mutually acceptable resolution.
Yemen and Turkey were again added to the map, both having been included in past Armed Conflicts Reports--Yemen for its 1994 civil war and Turkey for the 1984-2002 phase of the conflict with Kurdish rebels.
But such an interpretation cannot possibly be correct, because it comes in conflict with the living example of Christ himself.
The media coverage during the conflict with Iraq, however, was not safeguarded by the Pentagon, and as a result Americans were inundated with graphic scenes of a war-torn country.
With case studies embedded, other chapters cover methods of conflict within the academic environment and the role of leadership in shaping policy and procedures for handling conflict with respect to the culture, history, procedures, and practices of the institution.

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