Douglas Kelley at Colloquium: Forgiveness--Grounds for Reconciliation

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Spring 2011 Colloquium Series


Douglas Kelley

Associate Professor


Arizona State University-West


Forgiveness:  Grounds for Reconciliation

"Forgiveness has been conceptualized as a form of positive communication designed to restore self or other well-being, relationship quality, and a sense of relationship moral order.  Central to much forgiveness theorizing is the notion that forgiveness is unconditional; yet, many laypersons report giving forgiveness with conditions.  In this light, I explore the nature of forgiveness, specifically as a means of pursuing interpersonal reconciliation."

Friday, April 1, 2010
3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.
117 Thomas Building
University Park Campus
Penn State University

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