Conflict: A Mirror in the Social Life Processes

Authors

  • Rudina Hoxha PhD candidate, lecturer, Departament of Sociology, Faculty of Education, ‘Aleksander Moisiu' University, Durres, Albania

Abstract

This article discusses the role of conflict in society. The main purpose of the study is the confrontation of sociological and political theoretical approaches as two different viewpoints of the same issue, which brings innovation in the crosscut and changes of these relationships in conflict. Democratic rights, economic strength – and how it is distributed – social cohesion, environmental balance and well educated people cannot be separated in today’s world. We need more than ever to deal with our common future in a holistic way. The only way democracy will prove itself is through a living relationship between peoples and their governments based on trust, accountability and the determination to deliver practical results. It will also challenge us to look at the evolution of democratic systems and democracy assistance, with particular attention to the impact of changes in the world economy and global communications. It argues for the overriding need to address complexity while always returning to basic principles in practice and process. Therefore, the presentation of different theoretical views through the paper will diversify it and will make the picture much more comprehensible.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n11p30

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Published

2013-11-05

How to Cite

Hoxha, R. (2013). Conflict: A Mirror in the Social Life Processes. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(11), 30. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/ajis/article/view/1455