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  • Human Resource Management Issues in Media Organizations
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  • Man-Animal Conflicts in India
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  • Functional Conflicts
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  • Is Violence Necessary?
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  • Ethics in Organizations
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  • The Bias of Power in Organizations
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  • Lesser Evil
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  • Integration in Organizations
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  • In a World of Many Conflicts – Political, Economic and Social – Why Should There Not Be More Rather Than Fewer Wars?
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  • The Necessary of Financial Risk Management
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  • Attitude and Group Conflicts: the Nigerian Experience
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  • Impacts of Conflicts
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  • Conflicts Resolutions
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  • Behaviour Un Organizations
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  • The Legal Significance of a Company as a Business Organization Compared to Other Business Organizations
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  • International Organizations as Corporate Actors: Agency and Emergence in Theories of International Relations
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