Jankurov√°, Andrea; Kazansk√Ĺ, Rastislav
January 2015
International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social ;2015, p183
Conference Proceeding
Whereas the concepts of human living is the fulfilment of needs, interests and values to achieve greater benefits, so the conflict is a natural part of human existence and communication, and it is therefore impossible to avoid all conflicts and their consequences. In intercultural context as well as in international relations, conflict is defined as the perceived or actual incompatibility of values, expectations, processes, or outcomes between two or more parties from different cultures. Intercultural conflict typically starts with misunderstanding and insufficient communication. In international relations can intercultural conflicts escalate to violent conflicts, accompanied by human casualties humanitarian crises and may cause enormous material, population and ecological damage. The goal of this article is to provide a basic synthetic theoretical analysis of intercultural conflicts, reasons of their inception and the ways for preventing intercultural international conflicts.


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