For the most part, groups and nations have blamed competition for scarce and coveted resources as an important source of conflict, claiming that resolution depends on mutual agreement concerning how to divide these resources. This book focuses on the removal of psychological barriers (e.g. a lack of trust, feelings of victimisation, perceived lack of power) as a way to end conflict. Social psychology is uniquely equipped, both theoretically and methodologically, to deal with this challenge.

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