Cohen-Chen, Smadar and Crisp, Richard J. and Halperin, Eran (2017) 'A new appraisal-based framework underlying hope in conflict resolution.', Emotion review., 9 (3). pp. 208-214.
Hope is a positive emotion that plays a pivotal role in intractable conflicts and conflict resolution processes by inducing conciliatory attitudes for peace. As a catalyser for conflict resolution, it is important to further understand hope in such contexts. In this article we present a novel framework for understanding hope in contexts of intergroup conflict. Utilizing appraisal theory of emotions and heavily relying on the implicit theories framework, we describe three targets upon which hope appraisals focus in intractable conflict—the conflict, the outgroup, and the ingroup. Next, we describe the importance of developing ways to experimentally induce hope, and utilize the appraisal-target framework to describe and classify existing and potential interventions for inducing hope in intractable conflict resolution.
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|Publisher Web site:||https://doi.org/10.1177/1754073916670023|
|Publisher statement:||Cohen-Chen, Smadar, Crisp, Richard J. & Halperin, Eran (2017). A New Appraisal-Based Framework Underlying Hope in Conflict Resolution. Emotion Review 9(3): 208-214. Copyright © The Author(s) 2017. Reprinted by permission of SAGE Publications|
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|Date deposited:||18 October 2017|
|Date of first online publication:||15 June 2017|
|Date first made open access:||18 October 2017|
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