Sarah Rosenberg

Sarah Rosenberg
Sarah Rosenburg graduated from American University with her masters in Political Science. She is currently contracting with the University of Colorado Conflict Research Consortium. Sarah Rosenburg publishes content on Beyond Intractability, an online 'encyclopedia' with easy-to-understand essays focused on the dynamics of conflict.

An Analysis of “Humiliation”

Simple Definition A leading researcher on humiliation, Dr. Evelin Lindner, defines humiliation as "the enforced lowering of a person or group, a process of subjugation that damages or strips away their pride, honor or dignity."[2] Further, humiliation means to be...

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Face

Much has been written about the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. One perspective put forth by a leading researcher on face theories, Stella Ting-Toomey, is that the negotiation came down to how both sides could retreat to more peaceful positions without losing face, or...

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Victimhood

In the early 1930s, millions of Ukranians died under Stalin's violent policy of forced collectivization. The depths of pain, fear, and hatred that continued to characterize the Ukrainian attitude toward Russians in the 1990s is typical of all victimized people and...

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