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Intragroup conflict research has shown that task conflict can improve group outcomes, but it has not addressed how groups ensure that the positive aspects of task conflict are realized. This study examines the influence of group conflict management on group effectiveness, as well as the...
This study examines the relationship between gender and religious affiliation to the preferred conflicts styles of 384 student participants living in and attending university in South Africa, Israel, BosniaHerzegovina and Northern Ireland. Participants report living in stressful social contexts...
The present study examines the relation of individual differences in personality to one's preferences for approaching and managing conflict in work settings. This investigation offers a conceptual foundation for relating the FiveFactor Model FFM of personality to strategy preference, tests...
This paper explores the possibilities of intercultural dialogue as a means of peace building on the peopletopeople level. With its focus on the IsraeliPalestinian conflict the work assesses a number of efforts, which have utilized cultural dialogue rooted in religion to facilitate dialogue,...
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