Analyze the above definitions of conflict and give them your assessment.

& nbsp; Indicate what you agree with and disagree with in this or that definition; What are the similarities and differences of definitions: a) social conflict is an open confrontation, a clash of two or more subjects and participants of social interaction, the causes of which are incompatible needs, interests and values; b) by conflict is understood as the most acute way of resolving significant contradictions arising in the process of interaction, which is to counteract the subjects of the conflict and is usually accompanied by negative emotions
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Both definitions are quite complete and essentially correct. I would add them to the fact that the conflict can be hidden, so to speak passive-aggressive, when it does not manifest itself directly, but somehow evasively.This silence in a difficult situation, which can be perceived as one of the most effective ways of emotional violence (for example, one waits for explanations and calls on the phone, and the second does not pick up the phone - that is, such a one-sided, not active, but a conflict). Or when two people do not like each other, but are forced to communicate, they cannot come to terms with the fact that they are near, and begin silently putting sticks in the wheels: �accidentally� spilled a mug of coffee on the shirt, �accidentally� criticized out loud that expensive "enemy", etc. All sorts of manipulations, and so on. - as a form of hidden conflict, many examples. I would also reveal a passive conflict - this is when people are completely different, they do not understand each other, so they are unable to cooperate or connect, nothing at all. At the same time, both with respect and normal attitude to each other. Such an internal conflict is simply because people are deeply very different, sometimes without even realizing it. There is also an intrapersonal conflict, when a person inside forks as if forks or even "multiplies" into several personalities and cannot agree with himself: a conflict of feelings and reason, desire and duty, a choice between the same options, when no one wants to lose, etc. d.