The Boy In The Striped Pajamas And A Young Girl

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What is the best way to respond to conflict? The best way to respond to conflict is through resolution. This is illustrated in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas and Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. Both stories find solutions to smaller problems and come close to finding solutions to the problems surrounding them. Resolving a conflict can be done in two ways, through negotiation and finding a resolution.

How does negotiation help with responding conflict? Negotiation is simple, it is just trying to find a solution between people. Negotiation appears almost everywhere, and has been a solution to many conflicts. Negotiation has proven itself to be the one of the best ways to solve problems time and time again, as it has prevented wars and has helped millions. There’s a reason why many governments and businesses employ people just to do this one job.

The truly obvious and best way to respond to conflict is to find a solution. Such examples can be found from Anne Frank: The
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The first example comes from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl where her family gets a call from the Schutzstaffel, commonly referred to as the SS, which means that they will be sent to concentration camps. The family has a different idea and decides to hide as shown from “Mother’s gone to Mr. van Daan to ask whether we can move to our hiding place tomorrow. The van Daans are going with us” (Frank 373). This quote explains how her family was prepared to respond to the conflict, and this attempt will help them survive, which in effect is them responding to a conflict. The other conflict that was responding to is Bruno helping Shmuel in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne. This is evident from “I’m sorry Shmuel,” he said quickly. I should have given you some chicken too. Are you hungry? - That’s a question you never have to ask me,
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