Discuss whether Gurr’s framework can help with better understanding of the increasing civil wars in different parts of the world.

The subject is, GLOBAL CONFLICT ANALYSIS and RESOLUTION

To write this paper you need to refer 1 books to answer the second question and for the first question here is a link, https://mymasonportal.gmu.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-4704891-dt-content-rid-72543244_1/courses/12378.201510/Psychological%20Factors%20in%20Civil%20Violence%20%28Gurr%29.pdf

The book is “MORAL IMAGINATION” ISBN: 9780199747580

It’s a mixture of approaches either to better understanding of human behavior in conflict or to considering some agency-based factors in designing models of 3rd party interventions. Write an answer of no less than 400 words for each of the following two questions:

In his Psychological Factors in Civil Violence paper, Gurr establishes some correlation between two promising theories: frustration-aggression theory and relative deprivation theory, and proposes an analytical look as the gap between the value capabilities and the value expectations. Discuss whether Gurr’s framework can help with better understanding of the increasing civil wars in different parts of the world. If yes, how do support his argument? If no, what are the weaknesses of his concept?

Lederach introduces the Moral Imagination as a book about the “messiness of innovation” and he explores the evolution of his “understanding of peacebuilding” as he tries to walk on a fine line between the Conflict Resolution’s framework of designing and engineering peacebuilding and his own vocation and lessons learned form his personal experiences in intervening in conflict zones; in other words how to combine the science and the art of the matter. Having read the first three short chapters of the book, how would you define Lederach’s approach to conflict resolution and peacebuilding?

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