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Provide an example of a romantic, family, or workplace conflict and describe how you would use the concepts of the relational theory of power to constructively deal with the bases of power (resource control, interpersonal linkages, communication skills, expertise, and distressed systems).

Provide an example of a romantic, family, or workplace conflict and describe how you would use the concepts of the relational theory of power to constructively deal with the bases of power (resource control, interpersonal linkages, communication skills, expertise, and distressed systems).

Provide an example of an avoiding, dominating, compromising, obliging, and integrating conflict behavior in a romantic, family, or workplace conflict and describe how you would deal with each conflict behavior constructively.

Provide an example of an avoiding, dominating, compromising, obliging, and integrating conflict behavior in a romantic, family, or workplace conflict and describe how you would deal with each conflict behavior constructively.

Discuss why so many mentally ill people are in prison. What are the challenges o

Discuss why so many mentally ill people are in prison. What are the challenges officers face when dealing with mentally ill inmates? How do correctional goals fit with mentally ill inmates? Discuss the importance of initial supervision and assistance of offenders in the community. Why may parole increase an ex-felon’s chances of successful reentry? Justify …

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Choose a position either in favor of or opposed to the use of civilian review bo

Choose a position either in favor of or opposed to the use of civilian review boards for police oversight. In your argument, be sure you address your position on the following perceived pros: -Citizen involvement in the complaint process, reducing concerns that complaints are ignored, and the following perceived cons: -Extreme costs for an effective …

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