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Buy and Download Description Perhaps the most fundamental and longest debated issue in understanding communication about conflict in all of its forms is the relationship of is to ought. In legal cases, legislative processes, journalism, and in empirical social sciences, the rules, values, and goals that are invoked to manage conflicts are grounded in descriptive representations of social reality. A rule- or value-based statement of what people ought to do in conflict management discourse must, to make sense, be validated by actual social experience. While the ought of rule application may not be explicit in self-consciously objective, unbiased journalism or ethnography, straight description evokes a social reality, and goals and values are always part of social life. Rule or policy talk can then draw explicitly on the values and goals embedded in that reality. Perhaps the most fundamental and longest debated issue in understanding communication about conflict in all of its forms is the relationship of is to ought. In legal cases, legislative processes, journalism, and in empirical social sciences, the r
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