Non-Verbal Communication and Management of Interactive Conflict in School-based Violence: A Sociological Perspective
A school environment, like any other open society, is an avenue where a series of conflicts are often manifested as school-staff and students relate on a daily basis to discharge their social and academic business. When these conflicts are not adequately managed, they can result in serious school-based violence. Thus, this paper presents a systematic analysis of how elements of non-verbal communication among school-staff and students can be managed to prevent occurrences of academic and administrative conflicts that can hamper achieving the goals of the school system.
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