Conflict Resolution

 

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Online Databases:

Online Journals  

Note: BSC journals are from the Business Source Complete EBSCOhost database
Note: CMMC journals are from the Communication & Mass Media Complete EBSCOhost database
Note: SocIndex journals are from the SocINDEX with Full Text EBSCOhost database


For a complete list of online journals, see Journal Finder


Arbitration Journal (now Dispute Resolution Journal), (1965-1993), BSC
Business Communication Quarterly (1993-), BSC (12-month full text delay)
Communication Quarterly (1953-), CMCC (12-month full text delay)
Communication Research Reports (1984-), CMCC (12-month full text delay)
Communication Teacher (2004-), CMMC (12-month full text delay)
Conflict Management and Peace Science (1999-), Sage
Conflict Resolution Quarterly (1996-), Wiley
Dispute Resolution Journal (1993-), BSC
Family Relations (1980-2005), JSTOR
Family Relations (2000-), Wiley
International Journal of Peace Studies (2005-), SocIndex
International Negotiation (2000-), IngentaConnect
Journal of Business Communication (1963-), BSC
The Journal of Conflict Resolution (1957-2007), JSTOR
The Journal of Conflict Resolution (1999-), Sage
Journal of Marriage and Family (1964-2005), JSTOR
Journal of Marriage and Family (2000-), Wiley
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1996-), Wiley
Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications, & Conflict (2007-), BSC
Journal of Peace Research (1964-2007), JSTOR
Journal of Peace Research (1999-), Sage
Negotiation Journal (1997-), Wiley
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (1995-), ScienceDirect
Quarterly Journal of Speech (1928-), CMMC (12-month full text delay)
Research in Organizational Behavior (2000-), ScienceDirect
Rhetoric and Public Affairs (2005-),  CMMC

Web Sites:

  • American Bar Association - Dispute Resolution Section - http://www.americanbar.org/groups/dispute_resolution.html
    Established in 1993, the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution maintains the ABA's national leadership role in the dispute resolution field; provides information and technical assistance to members, legislators, government departments and the general public on all aspects of dispute resolution; studies existing methods for the prompt and effective resolution of disputes; adapts current legal procedures to accommodate court-annexed and court-directed dispute resolution processes; activates state and local bar involvement in dispute resolution, conducts public and professional education programs such as the Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Courthouse Centers Project and conducts a program of research and development including programmatic and legislative models. (Discounted student membership rates are available.)

  • The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) - http://www.acrnet.org/
    The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution. ACR represents and serves a diverse national and international audience that includes more than 6,000 mediators, arbitrators, facilitators, educators, and others involved in the field of conflict resolution and collaborative decision-making. Anyone interested in the field of conflict resolution is welcome to join. (Discounted student membership rates are available.)

  • The National Communication Association (NCA) - http://www.natcom.org/
    Scholarly society that works to enhance the research, teaching, and service produced by its members on topics of both intellectual and social significance. Founded in 1914 as the National Association of Academic Teachers of Public Speaking, the society incorporated in 1950 as the Speech Association of America. The organization changed its name to Speech Communication Association, in 1970. It adopted its present name in 1997. (Discounted student membership rates are available.)

  • Texas Speech Communication Association (TSCA) - http://www.etsca.com/home.asp
    The Texas Speech Communication Association is the largest state professional communication association in the nation. Membership is open to any communication educator, communication student, communication consultant, or any individual interested in learning about the field of speech communication.


Thanks to a donation from an alumnus, the Special Collections at ACU's Center for Restoration Studies now houses two Ethiopian religious texts dating back to the turn of the 19th century.
 

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