Relationship Between Conflict And Disagreement
In general, conflict is defined as a situation in which people have goals incompatible with a certain degree of negative emotions. The more important the goals are to people, the more defensive they become. Therefore, high emotions are part of the conflict itself. When people focus more on defending their position, they tend to block others. They tend not to listen, not understand what the other person is saying, or, in the worst case, not to care about the other person`s interests or concerns. To fill two seemingly contradictory empirical literature, which inserts conflicts into both beneficial and harmful outcomes, we tested a model in which associations between the frequency of conflict and adolescent well-being varied according to the perceived quality of the relationship. Major conflicts, with less youth-friendly outcomes, were expected to be associated with negative views on relationships; For those who do not share these perceptions, conflicts were expected to benefit those who participated in them in moderation, but negative outcomes for those who were involved in frequent discord. The expansion of CAFOs in Indiana has admitted to a high conflict in the communities. People disagree on the authorization of operations, the location of facilities and the impact on the community. The stakes are high, conflicts are emotionally charged, CAFO owners, other farmers, neighbours and elected officials are put in competition, often damaging personal relationships for years. In addition to these moderate effects, the quality of relationships was directly related to youth outcomes.
In this study, we expand previous results by taking into account the positive and negative qualities of close relationships. Problems related to youth adjustment have been linked to positive and negative perceptions of parent-adolescent relationships; School grades were only related to positive perceptions. Adjustment problems were also related to negative qualities of friendly relationships, but unlike parent-youth relationships, the positive qualities of friendship had nothing to do with adjustment problems and grades. Hartup (1996) suggested that positive friendship characteristics may not be a good barometer of individual outcomes, as attributes such as camaraderie and intimacy tend to characterize well-adapted and ill-suited child friendships. The redemption of these null attributions must wait for replication and the development of specific mechanisms of influence. If you do not agree with someone, you have a disagreement because you and the other, you have different interests, values, needs and intentions. Disagreement with someone is not bad. It can be considered positive and functional as well as natural.
Disagreement should not lead to a great fight. On the other hand, conflict is a strong collision or conflict of needs, values, interests and intentions between two individuals or communities, groups, nations and organizations. While many couples and the people who advise them use disunity and conflict interchangeably; I think that ignores the important differences between these two types of interactions. To get acceptance in a group, you could say what they like, what they don`t like, and say things they don`t like, that they really like. One could, for example, claim that they read a lot of books to be considered intellectuals, but in reality they hate reading books. It creates a disagreement between the things you really want and the things you claim to want to do. In your daily life, it is very common to deal with these disagreements and conflicts in all kinds of relationships; Whether personal or professional; Whether it`s intimate or public.