By Herbert C. Kelman, Ronald J. Fisher
This edited quantity offers chosen papers taking pictures Herbert Kelman’s designated and seminal contributions to the social psychology of clash research and backbone, with a distinct emphasis at the application of recommendations for realizing and constructively addressing violent and intractable conflicts. imperative thoughts coated contain perceptual approaches, easy human wishes, workforce and normative methods, social identification, and intergroup belief, which shape the root for constructing interactive tools of clash resolution.
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That a credible negotiating partner is available on the other side (Kelman 1995, 2005b). In establishing and maintaining the legitimacy of the third party, a key issue has been the ethnic composition of the team. In planning and conducting our ﬁrst Israeli-Palestinian workshop in 1971, Stephen Cohen and I were concerned about the fact that the two senior facilitators of the event were both Jewish. When we decided to pursue this work more systematically in 1973, one of our ﬁrst steps was to bring together an ethnically-balanced team, including three Arab-American scholars.
Personal photo collection of the author. Source Photo taken by Rose Kelman (The author expresses his appreciation to Mrs. ) 20 1 Personal Reflections on My Work in Conflict Analysis … The article was severely criticized in some quarters because it deviated from the widely accepted view that one cannot negotiate with the PLO and it presented Arafat as a serious partner for negotiation. Interestingly, however, the appearance of the article enhanced my credibility as a third party on both sides. On the Palestinian side, my credibility rose—even among some of the anti-Arafat elements of the PLO with whom I met on my visits to Damascus—because publication of this article demonstrated my readiness to take an unpopular position in support of the Palestinian cause.
119). Lee Hamilton and I, in close collaboration with Frederick D. Miller and later also with John D. Winkler, developed scales to measure the three types of orientation and two types of attachment, which we related to respondents’ attitudes toward orders from legitimate authorities and crimes of obedience (Kelman/Hamilton 1989, Chap. 12). I have applied the same typology to the analysis of national identity, distinguishing between three types of orientation to the group and two sources of attachment to it (Kelman 1997c).