Editor's Introduction

Published date01 June 2017
AuthorSusan S. Raines
Date01 June 2017
C R Q, vol. 34, no. 4, Summer 2017 373
© 2017 Association for Confl ict Resolution and Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Published online in Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com) • DOI: 10.1002/crq.21196
T he articles in this edition share a common thread:  ey all examine
culture and the way it can be applied to understand members of our
community. I hope you fi nd them useful in your research and practice, as
you seek to apply confl ict resolution concepts and practices across broad
cultural contexts.
Coming soon to the pages of CRQ , leaders in our fi eld will discuss
important and timely topics, such as how we can use our skills and pro-
cesses to bridge political divides as well as new practice areas. If you would
like to contribute to this eff ort, feel free to contact me at the email address
listed below.
Please join us at our annual conference in Galleria-Addison, Texas,
October 11–14, 2017.  is conference will bring together practitioners
and research from diverse areas of our fi eld to learn, grow, and support one
another. If you haven t been to an ACR conference, come see what you are
Happy reading!
Professor of Confl ict Management,
School of Confl ict Management, Peacebuildling and Development
Kennesaw State University
Editor-in-Chief, Confl ict Resolution Quarterly
Susan S. Raines , Ph.D.

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