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Central to the study of intercultural communication has been the question of what promotes closer ties between nations. This research replicates and extends a model that specifies three factors perceptions of homophily, shared interests, and threats, drawn from social distance and systems...
This paper proposes an anthropologybased theoretical model describing the impact of top management culture clash on the commitment of the acquired team to the new organization and on its cooperation with the acquiring team. It suggests that three factors are influential, namely the degree of...
This observational and interview study investigated the role of caucusing private meetings between the mediator and a disputant in community mediation. The results from 73 cases at two mediation centers indicate that mediators are more likely to caucus when disputants have a history of...
The present study attempted to replicate the findings of Kolb's research identifying two groups of mediators, which she labeled Dealmakers and Orchestrators. Seventyseven mediators were presented with a written dispute and asked to react the likelihood that they would use each of nine different...
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