Editor's Introduction

Published date01 December 2014
DOIhttp://doi.org/10.1002/crq.21116
Date01 December 2014
C R Q, vol. 32, no. 2, Winter 2014 107
© 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. and the Association for Confl ict Resolution
Published online in Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com) • DOI: 10.1002/crq.21116
EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION
This issue of Confl ict Resolution Quarterly (CRQ) has articles on a wide
range of subjects, including the importance of teaching refl exivity in
the peace studies classroom, the impact of negotiation training on subse-
quent practice, methods for institutionalizing dispute resolution programs
in large organizations, eff orts to reduce confl ict through facilitated dia-
logues within and between diaspora communities, and eff orts to address
the confl icts caused by diff ering views related to land disputes.  ese arti-
cles off er new insights into the resolution of confl ict locally, nationally, and
internationally. I encourage you to read something beyond your current
area of practice to see how the same concepts and skills you use in your
practice or research are being utilized in other arenas.
Be sure to check out our website to access abstracts and articles and to
see what is coming up in the next edition of CRQ (accessible now through
our Early View link).
Happy reading!
SUSAN S. RAINES, Ph.D.
Professor, MS in Confl ict Management Program
Kennesaw State University
Editor-in-Chief, Confl ict Resolution Quarterly
sraines@kennesaw.edu

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