Victory for one party with all goals achieved, and defeat for the other.
Destruction of one party, or the incorporation of its remnants in another entity, probably the victor.
Isolation, withdrawal or disengagement, whereby conflict behaviour is suspended and inter-action between the parties ceases, although the situation of goal-incompatibility remains.1
Settlement, or accommodation, whereby some compromise solution is achieved ‘splitting the differences’, and allowing both parties to achieve some of their objectives, even if on an unequal basis.
Resolution, whereby the sources of the conflict situation itself are removed, rather than the behavioural or attitudinal components being altered. Both parties achieve mutual gains, or a new range of benefits.
KeywordsDisruptive Behaviour Conflict Management Conflict Situation Conflict Behaviour Social Reward
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