TITLE

SEEING THE FOREST AS A TREE: AN INTEGRATIVE HIERARCHICAL CLASSIFICATION OF RESPONSES TO SOCIAL CONFLICT

AUTHOR(S)
Rhoades, Jonathan A.; Arnold, Josh A.
PUB. DATE
August 1996
SOURCE
Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1996, p91
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Proceeding
ABSTRACT
The present study derives an empirical classification system for conflict strategies, behaviors, procedures, and tactics. In particular, we investigated the usefulness of a hierarchical classification structure in describing the interrelationships among various responses to conflict. Results extend and integrate research on previous classification taxonomies.
ACCESSION #
4978701

 

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