accommodation of conflicting interests


accommodation of conflicting interests
соц., пол. согласование [примирение\] конфликтующих [противоположных\] интересов (неизбежный элемент функционирования любой системы управления или общества; согласно Р. Дарендорфу, альтернативой этому является разрешение конфликта, приводящее к уничтожению одной из конфликтующих сторон и невозможности эффективной совместной деятельности; в рамках теории плюралистической демократии, теории социальных изменений Н. Смелсера — результат институционального признания конфликтующих сторон и их интересов и гарантия мирного пути модернизации общества)
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сглаживание конфликтных интересов

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