Understanding Conflict and Competition

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What is the difference between competition and conflict?

Parties in a competition are seeking the same goal, while parties in a conflict believe they have incompatible goals.

According to Lasswell, what is politics?

Politics is basically a process of authoritatively deciding who gets what, when, and how.

How does conflict differ from competition in terms of goals?

Parties in a competition are seeking the same goal, while parties in a conflict believe they have incompatible goals.

What is the impact of conflict according to Carty & Singer?

Conflict can generate new social norms and institutions, and it may be directly stimulating in the economic and technologic realm.

How is polity organized in the United States?

Polity in the United States is organized at three levels - federal, state, and local - each consisting of executive, legislative, and judicial branches.

What do those with political power have the ability to do?

Those with political power have the ability to control or influence the allocation of resources, which affect people's life chances, through the political process.

This quiz explores the concepts of conflict and competition, delving into how they differ in terms of objectives and the beliefs of parties involved. It also discusses the occurrence of conflict in various settings, from organizations and communities to international relations.

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