LB5532 - Topical Issues in Conflict Management and Resolution - Restorative Justice: Group
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Business, Law & Governance
This subject focuses on current and topical issues in the field of conflict management
and resolution, particularly recent developments in policy and practice. In 2017,
the subject focuses on "Group Conferencing". Group Conferencing is a process that
helps a group of people transform conflict into cooperation. The subject provides
students with an understanding of the Group Conferencing process, and the range of
programs in which Conferencing is currently used, including in education, justice,
workplace relations, and various residential and professional communities. The theoretical
component of the course covers the co-evolution of conferencing theory and practice
over recent decades. The practical component of the course provides an opportunity
to practise the techniques necessary to facilitate an effective Group Conference,
and to receive coaching from an experienced practitioner. The course content is consistent
with Best Practice Standards in Restorative Justice developed by various organisations,
including the Victorian Association for Restorative Justice and the Restorative Justice
Council in the UK.
- evaluate complex conflict and related theories and standards for professional practice
in conflict management and resolution;
- critically analyse complex conflicts and conflict management systems;
- provide specialised advice to assist individuals, groups and organisations to constructively
- effectively communicate with, facilitate and support people in personal, group, organisational
and cross-cultural conflict;
- independently and critically reflect on and assess their own capabilities and performance,
and make use of feedback as appropriate, to support personal and professional development.
Study Period 8
|Census Date 15-Aug-2019
|Face to face teaching
09-Aug-2019 to 11-Aug-2019 (3 day workshop: 9-11 August 2019 (attendance is compulsory). Compulsory pre-reading
required prior to attending workshop. This subject is taught primarily online through
LearnJCU and students need to participate online throughout the whole study period.
Students must engage in online learning from the first week of the study period and
throughout the entire study period)
||Miss Claire Holland
||Mr David Moore.
- 21 hours workshops/Seminars - Three day workshop
- 109 hours - Online and self-study activities
||initial learning brief (10%); skills assessment (20%); comparative paper (30%); case study (30%); final learning brief (10%).
An enrolment quota applies to this offering.
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest