articles tagged "Conflict"

Monday, November 4th — A “Daddy Brain” Program: Kids and Conflict

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 | Access Hour

Have you ever thought about how to talk with your kids about war and conflict? It’s a delicate topic that many parents aren’t comfortable breeching. Joey Guido, who runs that Daddy Brain program to help dads deal with family issues, has two guests: the first guest, Niki Walker, has written a book called Why Do We Fight, which focuses on helping our kids understand, and think critically, about conflict and war in the world. She shares some of her insights on healthy ways to discuss this sensitive subject. The second guest, Dr. Mark Brady, Ph.D., talks about conflict and discord within our own homes, focusing on conflict between siblings and spouses — and how negative forms of discipline can play a role in children’s perception of conflict resolution.   And remember, you are not alone … more »

Syria, the Middle East, and More

Tuesday, 26 June 2012 | A Public Affair

For the first half of the program today, Cynthia Lin interviewed University of Wisconsin Communication Arts Assistant Professor Karma Chavez about queer justice, migrant rights, and international solidarity work. During the second half of the show, Cynthia interviewed Dr. Naseer Aruri, Chancellor Professor (Emeritus) of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth about the situation in Syria. To read more about Dr. Naseer Aruri: http://imeu.net/news/article005787.shtml       To listen to the entire interview: more »

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