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Listening and Interaction in Conflict Resolution

Theory and practice of the listening skills crucial for participating in conflict resolution processes. Development of synthesis, reframing, and appropriate responses to difficult situations. Attention to non verbal communication, emotions, and communication styles. Exploration of some of cultural differences in communication. A minimum of ten laboratory hours will be required in this course.

Faculty of Human Sciences >> Conflict Studies

Minimize schedule Course schedule for the session: Fall 2020
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
ECS 2321 WS00
The course is broadcast live only (synchronous mode) at the predetermined day and time. The student must be present online at the predetermined day and time.
Course offered in English
September 09 - December 09 Wednesday 13:30 - 16:30 Online Marquis Bureau
Laboratory
ECS 2321 WS01
The course is broadcast live only (synchronous mode) at the predetermined day and time. The student must be present online at the predetermined day and time.
Course offered in English
September 09 - December 09 Wednesday 12:15 - 13:15 Online Marquis Bureau
Section Schedule Day Location Professor
Lecture
ECS 2321 000
The course consists of lectures and labs. The schedule of the labs will be discussed with the professor during the first class.
The course is offered in a classroom on campus. The student's presence in class is mandatory at the predetermined day and time.
Course offered in English
September 09 - December 09 Wednesday 13:30 - 16:30 GIG140 Marquis Bureau
Laboratory
ECS 2321 001
Course offered in English
September 09 - December 09 Wednesday 12:15 - 13:15 GIG140 Marquis Bureau