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When you have a conflict with someone whom you communicate with entirely online (instructor, another student, online customer service, etc.), how do you resolve the conflict? What is appropriate and
what is not?
Well in first case i would try to resolve it my self.With good words and if i can repair the conflict would be great if not than i would talk with instructor .
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