Comments: Glasl's Nine-Stage Model Of Conflict Escalation

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Gerald , Dover DE   09/09/13
Peace and Conflict
The "Draft" was stopped in 1975. Since then, you have been able to join voluntarily. What part of "Thou Shalt not Kill" do we real believe as a Nation? Are we in total control of conflict with our Armory? Or is there to be disciplinary action? Since men and women have been in training and combat, all their life to prevent war, we need to surround our enemy somehow in peace.

Vic , London   06/19/11
Very handy tool but do all conflicts follow the same path? Seems impossible to find a universal model that applies to all cultures and situations

Vic , London   06/19/11
Very handy tool but do all conflicts follow the same path? Seems impossible to find a universal model that applies to all cultures and situations

Oon Redhuan Daniel, Kuala Lumpur  red1@red1.org     02/15/11
Is the last stage real?
Interesting, that last stage of destructive, fatal 'rushing into the abyss' - not good for the human race. We should do something about avoiding that. We should criminalize war.

maria cristina bandeira viseu, São Paulo sp   01/13/11
Question
Do you have material about inner conflicts? And how they can lead us to outside conflicts?

Carol , Wels At   07/13/07
You should use a spell-check or AutoKorrektur-Optionen
It's "threshold", not "treshold" (used at least 8 times throughout your article). There are several other spelling and/or grammatical errors, but otherwise your summary is excellent!

Ed Kruse, Independence MO  edkruse2@cs.com     03/28/03
Shared interests with you
Thanks for access to your work via your website. May I have permission to list you as a link on my site? I am a third career conflict management person, specializing in group conflict. I work with churches, non-profits, educational institutions and social agencies. I am retired from the ministry and also from business, though my family still carries on our business interests, a health care franchise. I have just completed my dissertation for a Doctor of Ministry degree from The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, and I did my dissertation on "Peaceforming: A Narrative Approach to Conflict," and I now use this approach. I enjoy this work as much as anything I have done. Feel free to contact me. Ed