4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- A nonviolent watch or silent demonstration to protest, honor, or express concern, and sometimes to encourage others to do likewise.
- Binding settlement of a dispute by an impartial third party called an arbitrator, for example by a judge or jury.
- A person who helps a meeting or negotiation to run smoothly and effectively; one who disencumbers group process (Facilitates) to make way for mutually satisfying conflict resolution and action.
- Nonviolent refusal to continue to work until a problem is resolved. Types of strikes include the following
3 True/False questions
Consensus → The theory and economic system of collective ownership of the means of production by a local community with all the members sharing in the work and the products.
Civil Disobedience → Helping to settle differences by having someone (a mediator) go between opposing parties, negotiating with each and suggesting non-binding resolutions.
Boycott → Nonviolent refusal to continue to work until a problem is resolved. Types of strikes include the following