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Dr. Scott holds a doctorate in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from Nova Southeastern University, a Master of Arts in Speech Communication from Montclair State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts from Florida Atlantic University. She is currently under contract with Praeger ABC-CLIO Publishing to author and edit: Crimes against Humanity in the Land of the Free: How a Truth and Reconciliation Process Can Heal Racial Conflict in America
She is the recipient of numerous awards and honors and has a distinguished record of scholarly publications and presentations
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United States of America
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United States of America
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Communication, Curriculum Development, Program Design, Research, Training
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
I’m LeBron Baby: Perceptions, positions and projections of the U.S. Presidential Election of Barack Obama on African American male identity. In, Revitalizing the American Dream: Essays on Barack Obama. 2012. United Kingdom: Cambridge Publishing.
Shadows of the Soul: Exploring the Transitory Nature of the Human Spirit in Response to the Violence and Trauma Associated with Terrorist Phenomena, Dissertation. ISBN# 978-0-549-68170. ProQuest Publishers.
Exploring the intra-group conflict constructs and behaviors of African American public school children in an inner-city Conflict Resolution Education (CRE) program. conflict resolution quarterly (crq) - special issue on conflict resolution education, 21:1, fall, 2003.
Looking Through a Glass Darkly: Applying the Lens of Social Cubism to the Police Minority Group Conflict in America. Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8:3, Spring 2003.
The Phenomenon of Road Rage: Complexities, Discrepancies and Opportunities for CR Analysis. Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution, 3.3, Fall 2000. ISSN#1522-211X. Available on-line at: www.trinstitute.org/OJPCR/3_3scott.htm
Analyzing Factors Affecting the Institutionalization of Conflict Resolution Education (CRE): Can it work in America's Schools? Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, February 2001. (facilitator)
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