This is a project regarding conflict and conflict resolution. The project's author defines conflict as a disagreement and defines conflict resolution as something that solves conflict. The author also highlighted the five steps to conflict resolution. Next, the author illustrated different types of conflict that may arise at school (friends ignoring someone, a friend telling a shared secret, friends spreading fake rumors, getting bullied, teacher assigning a group project with none of a person's friends) and detailed a conflict resolution scenario. The scenario presented a person having a group project, and their friends left them out of the group. To end the paper, the author quoted Marshall B. Rosenberg.
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