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Global perspectives on organizational conflict

This edited collection examines organizational conflict and how it is handled in seven different countries (and cultures) around the globe: France, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Spain, and Turkey. Experts on each country discuss how various social, cultural, and economic forces affect conflict management; how managerial styles differ with regard to organizational and interpersonal conflict management; alternative dispute mechanisms available in each country for the resolution of conflict; and how general managerial effectiveness can be improved with respect to organizational conflict.

This edited collection examines organizational conflict and how it is handled in seven different countries (and cultures) around the globe: France, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Spain, and Turkey.

Managing conflict

an interdisciplinary approach

An important contribution to the literature of organizational behavior and communication, this volume explores the strategies and issues involved in conflict management. The contributors represent a variety of academic disciplines and their treatment of the subject is both comprehensive and multidisciplinary in nature. Taking as their focus the premise that certain types and levels of conflict can have positive consequences, the authors present an in-depth look at the techniques available to manage conflict within organizations and groups, between individuals, and among nations. The volume is divided into five major sections, each addressing a particular aspect of conflict management. In Part One, the contributors look at organization conflict, examining issues such as interpersonal conflict on the job, the nature of destructive criticism, and different styles of handling conflict. The second section addresses the critical relationship between communication and conflict with separate chapters devoted to communications theory, divorce mediation, the role of argumentation in bargaining, and bargaining strategies. Subsequent sections discuss negotiation and mediation, while the final section provides an integrated perspective on conflict management theory and practice. Each section begins an introductory essay that sets the following papers in context, making this an ideal set of readings for courses in organizational behavior, resources management, and communications.

An important contribution to the literature of organizational behavior and communication, this volume explores the strategies and issues involved in conflict management.

A Comprehensive, Annotated Bibliography on Mahatma Gandhi: Books and pamphlets about Mahatma Ghandi

Featuring more than 4700 entries cross-referenced for easy use, this annotated bibliography on Gandhi and his legacy is the most complete list of English-language printed material available.

The Cult of Osama

Psychoanalyzing Bin Laden and His Magnetism for Muslim Youths

A psychobiography of bin Laden, his early life losses, grief and growing narcissistic rage, with explanations for how those psychological wounds led to a mindset that reverberates with many Arab and Muslim youths searching for meaning, indentity, and heroes.

A psychobiography of bin Laden, his early life losses, grief and growing narcissistic rage, with explanations for how those psychological wounds led to a mindset that reverberates with many Arab and Muslim youths searching for meaning, ...

Human Rights and the World's Major Religions: The Buddhist tradition

Covering the world's major religions, these five volumes together provide a comprehensive examination of the way these faiths view human rights, from ancient times to the present.

Allah thanked him for his (good) deed and granted him forgiveness for all his sins
. The people asked, "O Allah's Messenger! Is there a reward for us in helping
even animals?" He replied, "Yes, there is a reward for helping any living creature.
" SOURCE: Sahih al-Bukhari, Arabic-English by Dr. M. Muhsin Khan (New Delhi:
Kitab Bhavan, 1984), 111:322-323. Abu Hurayra, Nafi' and Ibn 'Umar reported
that Allah's Messenger Sources Illustrative of Human Rights in the Islamic
Tradition.