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Putting it All Together: From an Old Story—To a New Meaning—To a New Story
Putting it all together: From an old story—to a new meaning—to a new story

Meanings are forged … in conversation, in discourse.

—Winslade and Monk (2001, p. 249)

In working through the book, we have explored a system of concepts and principles that enables you to both analyze and manage conflicts from the perspective of their meanings for the people involved. In this short concluding chapter, you are asked to consider how everything you have explored in the book connects together into a framework that can be used to interpret and make recommendations on any conflict for which you have access to the participants and their experiences through their stories. As the opening quote ...

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