The Principles of Conflict Management

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We can define the word conflict in different ways. But the word can simply mean the ‘fight or an argument’ between two people or groups of people over an issue. There are many causes of conflict and we will learn about some in this book. More
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Published by Discipleship Press
Words: 22,530
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301573882
About John Monyjok Maluth

John Monyjok Maluth is one of the South Sudanese authors. He writes about computers, self-employment for the youths, and conflict management based on biblical precepts. He is a self-taught advanced computer user and programmer with a passion to teach others about the things he learned. He is dubbed as 'computer wizard' because he likes solving common computer problems. John holds a Bachelor Degree in Theology (South African Theological Seminary). He and his lovely wife Eliza Ayak with their two terrific kids; Sunday and Chol are now living in Goli, Yei County, South Sudan. John is serving as a tutor for Emmanuel Christian College since 2011 to date. He also serves as an Evangelist and translator for Faith Evangelical Baptist Church of South Sudan. He was a Radio Operator for New Sudan Council of Churches (NSCC). John is the founder and the first CEO of the Discipleship Press, an independent publishing press in South Sudan.

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Review by: Derek Primeson on July 13, 2013 :
The cover illustrates the bond of love between a husband and wife. What does this have to do with conflict management? I just thought about it for a while and could not understand why the cover was designed that way. I need some more light here...
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Review by: Derek Primeson on July 13, 2013 :
Good book, but sounds so political. I never been in South Sudan even though I work in Africa for years now and this book gave me a picture about Sudan and South Sudan. John, tribal conflicts are found everywhere and not only in South Sudan. I love your points and this is the reason I love to write a review even before finishing the whole book. I just left with the last chapter to finish the book though. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me and with the whole world. Keep writing!

Derek R. Prime
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