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Chapter 7 lists several positive and negative consequences of conflict. Name one positive
  and one negative consequence.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
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One positive consequence of conflict is reducing stress. By confronting problems, you
keep negativity from building up and provide a cathartic release for stress. One negative
consequence of conflict is that it can cause distance between you and your opponent.
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Conflict comes wherever people are. Yes, disagreement may be exhausting, unpleasant, and hurtful at times, but it can also open up opportunities for creativity, education, and progress. When most of us think of conflict, we naturally think of negative conflict, that is, conflict in which concerns are not resolved in a productive way. There is nothing nice about yelling and screaming, ignoring and pouting, or complaining and groaning. The negative conflict has a few distinguishing traits. If differences aren't addressed, expectations aren't managed, disagreements are based on assumptions rather than facts, or the people involved don't want to find a solution, conflict is a bad thing. It's crucial to comprehend the origins of negative conflict in order to comprehend these characteristics. Conflicts emerge when people or organizations need to interact but are unable to do so due to some hindrance. A dispute has two key characteristics. Conflict is generally avoided if the persons involved do not have to engage, and if nothing prevents them from engaging pleasantly, then there is no need for conflict. People, on the other hand, rarely agree on anything.
Positive conflict is, by its very nature, productive. It generates new ideas, addresses ongoing issues, allows individuals and teams to develop new abilities, and encourages creativity. A breakthrough in thinking might happen when conflicting ideas are investigated. Conflict is important for social transformation because it keeps interpersonal and intergroup dynamics fresh and relevant to current desires and realities. Conflict allows the parties' issues to be reconciled, leading to an agreement that benefits both parties needs, as well as their relationships and organizations.
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