One became a bigger issue than it was.

One of the bigger issues of conflict is Bullies, Pollution, Terrorists, Racism, and Climate Change. These bigger issues are the main issue that everyone is focused on. Some people know these issues exist, but don’t want to do anything because they think they won’t be able to make a little change in this problem. Most people don’t even know that these issues exist and they think that it won’t affect them but, sooner or later it will. For example, we don’t feel that pollution is an issue because it’s not as bad, yet. If air pollution gets worse, that’s when everyone realizes that the issue is bigger than they think. At this point most people think that there’s no solution to this issue because they know it became a bigger issue than it was.   In every situation or conflict there’s a main issue why the problem started and gained attention. But of course, in a conflict there’s always a way to solve the issue. But depending on how big the issue is, it won’t be as easy to solve and move on with the issue. For example, If in a workspace there’s a conflict in the business because its running out of money and the stocks are not doing too well. In this conflict, it is affected by everyone since they gain their money for their families through this business. But it mostly affects the business owner because he has to pay the people that is working for him. If he/she isn’t able to pay his workers for their hard work, then there will be chaos in the workplace. Although this doesn’t have to happen. The owner of the business can solve its issue and not let it take over its workplace. Even though it is likely the people working for the business would quit, it doesn’t have to happen. In order for the businesses to recover from the huge debt and the poor stocks everyone in the workplace has to come together and help the businesses to the way it was before.  In the text Conflict in Communities Blast, people discriminate when they’re randomly assigned to a group of people that is meaningless or separated by a coin flip of some kind. In this work place, everyone is known to each other so this is unlikely to happen. In a business conflict people will most likely to respond by bonding together during a face of a conflict to get different ideas on how to solve the issue. Or, it can cause groups and communities to separate and turn out to an outgroup. How does issue start and go around? Conflict can be started by a certain preference of a group of people or sometimes these groups will discriminate in favor of their own group.  If conflict is often started this way, this is called avoidance.  Avoidance is often done if you want to escape a thought or a feeling, causing anxiety in a issue. This can involve experiencing more of the very thing they were trying to escape/the actual problem. If the issue cannot be identified, people around the issue will try to understand everyone’s issues.  After this people should start to evaluate the options  on how to get past the issue. People should also start to document on the agreements. Writing it down will help you think through of the complicated things and implications. Relying on your memory isn’t a good idea because you might forget the important details that have to be thought out well. If the important details are left out, the issue may never be solved. In the text of Japanese Relocation During World War II, it states that the attack on Pearl Harbor (December 7, 1941) launched fear about the national security, especially in the West Coast. Two months after Pearl Harbor, in February 1942, President Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, which affected all Japanese ancestry, both citizens and “aliens”. The point of the executive order was to prevent espionage and protect persons of Japanese descent from harm at the hands of the citizens who had strong anti Japanese attitudes. By passing this order, this caused conflict for the Japanese families who were being deported to these camps where they said they would be kept “safe”. The families faced many small issues in the internment camps such as limited opportunities for work and other social patterns. Based on the information given in this text, the families that were suck in the camps couldn’t really do anything but compromise the issue. If they wanted to report an issue they would get sent to a special camp and get separated from their families, which isn’t worth it. The best thing they can to is try to stick together as a family and solving small issues without getting punished or separated.