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The International Journal of Conflict Management 2005, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 102127
This paper reports the results of two studies that examined the impact of framing negotiations in affective terms. Pursuant to the recommendations made by Clyman and Tripp 2000 for reducing risks associated with discrepant values, the objective of the first study was to determine the optimal way...
In the context of the widespread and extensive use of team work in organizations this study analyses the relationship between individual team role preference and styles of managing interpersonal conflict. Data were collected from 26 work teams containing 169 individuals at two times four months...
The current study focused on intragroup conflict by attempting to elucidate individual and situational factors underlying choices along two dimensions of conflict management patterns engagement versus avoidance and constructive versus destructive. In the study, the role of two types of...
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