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n African Journal on Conflict Resolution - Foreword

Volume 4, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1562-6997

Abstract

A phrase that appears in the title of the first article in this issue points to a phenomenon that is explicitly or implicitly relevant in the other articles as well: changing role. All of us know this little phrase very well, but most of us will probably say that we do not use it very often. It is so that in our daily life the situations which prompt us to consider or propagate a role change may be few and far between. It is in situations where conflict appears on the scene, subtly disguised or blatantly manifest, that we tend to practise some wishful thinking about certain people changing their roles.

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2019-09-20

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