“Conflict is inevitably encountered by all humans in different ways. Consider the types of conflicts faced by individuals: personal conflict, interpersonal conflict and extra-personal conflict. The study of this Context requires an understanding of a range of conflicts including moral dilemmas, differences with immediate others and social unrest, such as war. However, it is imperative to also consider the various ways in which people “encounter” conflict in their lives and how they deal with and resolve the battles and challenges they face as a result of particular conflicts.” TSSM Notes on Encountering Conflict
The context of Encountering Conflict will influence your writing in almost all areas, so it is important that you have an understanding of the ideas and concepts involved with it. The links and articles on this page offer information and perspectives on the context. If you have any links or articles to add, please post them onto the home page.
http://vceconflict.blogspot.com.au/ a general blog on conflict specifically for/by VCE students and teachers.
http://www.vcestudyguides.com/guides/context/encountering-conflict study guide for the context.
http://education.theage.com.au/cmspage.php?intid=136&intversion=272 articles from The Age on the context