About: Consolation is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 866 publications have been published within this topic receiving 10820 citations. The topic is also known as: consolement & solace.
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TL;DR: ‘kissing’ is characteristic of reconciliation and ‘embracing’ of consolation according to the data, which indicate that former opponents preferentially make body contact with each other rather than with third partners.
Abstract: 1. After agonistic interactions among chimpanzees, former opponents often come into non-violent body contact. The present paper gives a quantitative description of such contacts among the chimpanzees of a large semi-free-living colony at the Arnhem Zoo, in order to establish whether these post-conflict contacts are of a specific nature. 2. Our data indicate that former opponents preferentially make body contact with each other rather than with third partners. They tend to contact each other shortly after the conflict and show special behaviour patterns during these first contacts. Data on contacts of the aggressed party with third animals indicate that such contacts are characterized by the same special behaviour patterns as first interopponent contacts. These patterns are: ‘kiss’, ‘embrace’, ‘hold-out-hand’, ‘submissive vocalization’ and ‘touch’. 3. Such interactions apparently serve an important socially homeostatic function and we termed them ‘reconciliation’ (i.e. contact between former opponents) and ‘consolation’ (i.e. contact of the aggressed party with a third animal). According to our data, ‘kissing’ is characteristic of reconciliation and ‘embracing’ of consolation.
01 Jan 2000
TL;DR: In this article, De Waal et al. discuss the role of emotion in conflict resolution and conflict resolution in children and adolescents in the context of macaques and hyenas.
Abstract: Preface Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Why Natural Conflict Resolution? Filipo Aureli and Frans B. M. de Waal Part 1 - History Introduction 2. The First Kiss: Foundations of Conflict Resolution Research in Animals Frans B. M. de Waal Methodological Progress in Post-Conflict Research Hans C. Veenema 3. Conflict Management in Children and Adolescents Peter Verbeek, Willard W. Hartup, and W. Andrew Collins 4. Law, Love and Reconciliation: Searching for Natural Conflict Resolution in Homo Sapiens Douglas H. Yarn Interpersonal Dynamics in International Conflict Mediation Joyce Neu Part 2 - Controlling Aggression Introduction 5. Dominance and Communication: Conflict Management in Various Social Settings Signe Preuschoft and Carel P. van Schaik Conflict, Social Costs, and Game Theory Shuichi Matsumura and Kyoko Okamoto The Use of Infants to Buffer Male Agression Jutto Kuester and Andreas Paul Greeting Ceremonies in Babboons and Hyenas Fernando Colmenares, Heribert Hofer, and Marion L. East 6. Covariation of Conflict Management Patterns across Macaque Species Bernard Thierry Physiological Correlates of Individual Dominance Style Robert Sapolsky 7. Coping with Crowded Conditions Peter G. Judge Conflict Prevention before Feeding Nicola F. Koyama 8. The Peacefulness of Cooperatively Breeding Primates Colleen M. Schaffner and Nancy G. Caine Part 3 - Repairing the Damage Introduction 9. Reconciliation and Relationship Qualities Marina Cords The Function of Peaceful Post-Conflict Interactions: An Alternate View Joan B. Silk Distance Regulation in Macaques: A Form of Implicit Reconciliation? Josep Call 10. The Role of Emotion in Conflict and Conflict Resolution Fillipo Aureli and Darlene Smucny Vocal Reconciliation by Free-Ranging Baboons Dorothy L. Cheney and Robert M. Seyfarth The Development of Reconciliation in Brown Capuchins Ann Ch. Weaver and Frans B. M. de Waal 11. Beyond the Primates: Expanding the Reconciliation Horizon Gabriel Schino The Ethological Approach Precluded Recognition of Reconciliation Thelma E. Rowell Peaceful Conflict Resolution in the Sea? Amy Samuels and Cindy Flaherty Conflict Management in Female-Dominated Spotted Hyenas Heribert Hofer and Marion East 12. A Multicultural View of Peacemaking among Young Children Marina Butovskaya, Peter Verbeek, Thomas Ljungberg, and Antonella Lunardini Post-Tantrum Affiliation with Parents: The Ontogeny of Reconciliation Michael Potegal Part 4 - Triadic Affairs Introduction 13. Conflict Management via Third Parties: Post-Conflict Affiliation of the Aggressor Marjolijn Das Do Impartial Interventions in Conflicts Occur in Monkeys and Apes? Odile Petit and Bernard Thierry 14. Redirection, Consolation, and Male Policing: How Targets of Aggression Interact with Bystanders David P. Watts, Fernando Colmenares, and Kate Arnold Triadic versus Dyadic Resolutions: Cognitive Implications Duncan L. Castles Part 5 - Ecological and Cultural Contexts Introduction 15. The Natural History of Valuable Relationships in Primates Carel P. van Schaik and Filippo Aureli Prescription for Peacefulness Karen B. Strier, Dennison S. Carvalho, and Nilcemar O. Bejar Divergent Social Patterns in Two Primitive Primates Michael E. Pereira and Peter M. Kappeler 16. Conflict Management in Cross-Cultural Perspective Douglas P. Fry 17. The Evolution and Development of Morality Melanie Killen and Frances B. M. de Waal Forgiveness across Cultures Seung-Ryong Park and Robert D. Enright Conclusion 18. Shared Principles and Unanswered Questions Frans de Waal and Fillipo Aureli Appendixes Appendix A. The Occurrence of Reconciliation in Nonhuman Primates Appendix B. Key Terms Used in the Volume Contributors Index
31 Jan 2008
TL;DR: The Consolation of Philosophy as discussed by the authors is a dialogue of alternating prose and verse between the ailing prisoner and his "nurse", whose instruction on the nature of fortune and happiness, good and evil, fate and free will, restore his health and bring him to enlightenment.
Abstract: An eminent public figure under the Gothic emperor Theodoric, Boethius was also an exceptional Greek scholar, and it was to the Greek philosophers that he turned when he fell from favor and was imprisoned in Pavia. Written in the period leading up to his brutal execution, The Consolation of Philosophy is a dialogue of alternating prose and verse between the ailing prisoner and his "nurse", Philosophy, whose instruction on the nature of fortune and happiness, good and evil, fate and free will, restore his health and bring him to enlightenment.The clarity of Boethius's thought and his breadth of vision made this work hugely popular throughout medieval Europe, and his ideas suffused the thought of Chaucer and Dante. This translation makes it accessible to the modern reader while losing nothing of Boethius's poetic artistry and philosophical brilliance.
TL;DR: Empathy was uncritically adopted from psychology and is actually a poor fit for the clinical reality of nursing practice, so other communication strategies presently devalued need to be reexamined and may be more appropriate than empathy during certain phases of the illness experience.
Abstract: After three decades, the efficacy of empathy in the clinical setting remains undocumented. Recently, concerns have been raised that the concept may be inappropriate and even harmful to the nurse-patient relationship. An analysis of the concept indicates that empathy consists of moral, emotive, cognitive and behavioral components. By tracing the integration of this concept into nursing, we suggest that empathy was uncritically adopted from psychology and is actually a poor fit for the clinical reality of nursing practice. Other communication strategies presently devalued, such as sympathy, pity, consolation, compassion and commiseration, need to be reexamined and may be more appropriate than empathy during certain phases of the illness experience. Directions for future research are suggested.
27 Aug 2000
TL;DR: Sivan and Winter as discussed by the authors set the framework for kinship and remembrance in the aftermath of the Great War and showed that kinship was a form of kinship in war, death, and remembrance.
Abstract: Introduction Emmanuel Sivan and Jay Winter 1. Setting the framework Emmanuel Sivan and Jay Winter 2. Forms of kinship and remembrance in the aftermath of the Great War Jay Winter 3. War, death and remembrance in Soviet Russia Catherine Merridale 4. Agents of memory: Spanish Civil War veterans and disabled soldiers Paloma Aguilar 5. Children as war victims in postwar European cinema Pierre Sorlin 6. From survivor to witness: voices from the Shoah Annette Wieviorka 7. Landscapes of loss: little Tokyo in Los Angeles Dolores Hayden 8. The Algerian war in French collective memory Antoine Prost 9. Private pain and public remembrance in Israel Emmanuel Sivan 10. Personal narratives and commemoration Samuel Hynes 11. Against consolation: Walter Benjamin and the refusal to mourn Martin Jay.
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