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In this issue, IJCM begins what we hope will become a regular practice publishing an article based on the address given by the recipient of the International Association for Conflict Management IACM Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is currently given every other year to someone whose work...
The theme of this keynote address is conceptual puzzles raised by empirical research on conflict management and resolution. Three types of puzzles are highlighted those that deal with processes, identities, and situations. The process puzzles include some counterintuitive implications of...
Individuals in two separate studies participated in a selfappraisal activity in which they were randomly assigned to three conditions promising different levels of potential influence on the evaluation of a written assignment. Selfreport data regarding perceptions of voice impact, voice...
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of motivational orientations on negotiation outcomes in unstable negotiation contexts. Instability was created by pitting individualists against cooperators mixed dyads, and by giving only one of the parties information about the other party's...
Based on our formulation of a threedimensional model of conflict issues GainLoss, RightWrong, and CorrectIncorrect, we attempted to examine a structure of issues and their relationships with the conflict concerns and the use of resolution strategies. Having Japanese business employees rate their...
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