Constructive Conflict Management: Asia-Pacific Cases

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Potential Careers for Graduates Public and international organizations for protection of cultural heritage; tourism businesses; managers, analysts, experts for protection of cultural heritage, promotion of harmonious ethnic relations and historic processes in the mass media; researchers; teachers and researchers in higher education. The School has academic and scholarly partners in Africa, Europe, Asia and North America. One award is available to an untenured scholar in the humanities whose PhD must have been received between December 2007 and December 2015.

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Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc (March 26, 1996)


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