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- John Burton (diplomat)
- Conflict : resolution and prevention
- Theoretical Approaches I – Core Theories
- Conflict: Human Needs Theory
Humans need a number of essentials to survive. According to the renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow and the conflict scholar John Burton, these essentials go beyond just food, water, and shelter. They include both physical and non-physical elements needed for human growth and development, as well as all those things humans are innately driven to attain.
John Burton (diplomat)
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Conflict : resolution and prevention
Nearly 30 years ago, while a doctoral student at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, I had the good fortune to fall in with Professor John W. This began an apprenticeship in the development and application of knowledge relevant to understanding and dealing with deep-rooted conflicts across the wide spectrum of human relationships. Professor Burton and his CAC colleagues -- an interdisciplinary group of anthropologists, historians, political scientists, psychologists, international lawyers, and others -- were beginning to develop techniques for facilitating dialogue between parties to such conflicts. By the time serendipity and good fortune brought me "up to London" from Glasgow to work with Professor Burton, he had already developed and tested his "controlled communication" problem solving workshops in the context of a conflict in Southeast Asia and had published his first book on the process, Conflict and Communication; The Use of Controlled Communication in International Relations Burton, He had also begun to pioneer the development of an alternative vision to the dominant Realpolitik "realist" paradigm, beginning with the publication of his Systems, States, Diplomacy and Rules Burton, , which evolved into his World Society paradigm, pre-publication proofs of which I used in my first year teaching with his students in
If you are authenticated and think you should have access to this title, please contact your librarian. Institutions can purchase access to individual titles; please contact manchesterhive manchester. Don't have an account? This chapter aims at studying John Burton's human needs theory and locating his version of theory in a wider tradition of thinking. The assumptive basis of needs thinking as it relates to the analysis of behaviour and motives is examined in the chapter in order to lay the foundations for an understanding of the rationale of Burton's workshop theory. The human needs narrative of Burton postulates a version of the alienation thesis.
Theoretical Approaches I – Core Theories
The use of theory is very important when analysing armed conflict as it provides a method by which information can be gathered and organised, compared, and most important of all, criticised. Science and knowledge cannot progress without the discussion and criticism of existing knowledge. There are three core theories of CAR presented below, each unique in its understanding of conflict, and they allow the analyst to organise the gathering of information and to compare different conflicts. They are also very different in how they approach the subject.
Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Africa has, since independence witnessed a series of armed conflicts with the worst coming from the Sub-Saharan region.
Conflict: Human Needs Theory
In Burton became a member of the Commonwealth Public Service from where he was granted a Commonwealth scholarship to pursue a doctorate at the London School of Economics. In , aged 32,  he became Secretary of the Department of External Affairs and held that position until June While writing his first book, The Alternative , Burton farmed outside Canberra and in was awarded a fellowship at the Australian National University. Two years later the Rockefeller Foundation awarded him a grant to study neutralism in Africa and Asia. He then went on to hold fellowships at numerous universities while living in Canberra. Burton died in a Canberra hospital on 23 June after suffering a stroke. He was survived by his third wife, Betty, and three children from the prior marriages.
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