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2019 International Association for Conflict Management Conference

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New Developments in Conflict Framing

This symposium focuses on new developments in conflict framing research. In particular, it centers on quantitative assessment of framing in workplace conflicts, sensemaking that highlights different perspectives in the restorative justice movement, and multi-level analyses of framing in environmental disputes. Each of the presentations also introduces new constructs for understanding conflict framing, including new types of framing, the language used by practitioners, the role of fault-lines in framing public disputes, and links between local and national levels of conflict framing.

Linda L. Putnam
University of California, Santa Barbara
United States

Ryan Fuller
California State University, Sacramento
United States

Boniface Michael
California State University, Sacramento
United States

Greg Paul
Kansas State University
United States

Ian Borton
Aquinas College
United States

Noelle Aarts
Radboud University Nijmegen

Ann van Herzele
Instituut Bos-en Natuuronderzoek

Barbara Gray
Pennsylvania State University
United States

Jessica Jameson
North Carolina State University
United States


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