Invitation to Attend:
The International Undergraduate Research
Conflict Transformation Conference
Thursday, April 18, 2013
James Madison University, Virginia, 22807, USA
Theme –Dialogue with Difference
Students will present their inquiries appropriate to the theme of Dialogue with Difference. Emphasis is on processes of ‘successful’ or ‘peaceful’ societies, groups or family systems, providing insight into how transformation to ‘better’ social worlds may be constructed.
The Conference will take place in ‘Transitions’, Taylor Hall, at James Madison University
The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Intervention in the School of Communication Studies at James Madison University invites you to attend as undergraduate students present their research in conflict analysis.
Studies may be at the micro- or macro process levels, in any context, domestic, social or global.
Papers: A selection of papers by students in SCOM 432 Senior Seminar in Conflict Analysis and Intervention and papers by students from Eastern Mennonite University. Individual presentations will be limited to 15 or 20 minutes.
Posters: projects in poster format presented by students of SCOM 332 Mediation. At least one author of the project must be present at the poster session to discuss the poster with attendees.