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Resolving conflicts--a cross-cultural approach.

University of Manitoba. Dept. of University Extension and Adult Education.

Resolving conflicts--a cross-cultural approach.

by University of Manitoba. Dept. of University Extension and Adult Education.

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published in [Winnipeg] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Congresses.,
    • Culture conflict -- Congresses.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.C2 U54 1967
      The Physical Object
      Pagination156 p.
      Number of Pages156
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5769755M
      LC Control Number71468199

      Building on Hofstede’s cultural survey, Robert J. House, Paul J. Hanges, Mansour Javidan, Peter W. Dorfman and Vipin Gupta are engaged in an ongoing cross-cultural study of leadership and national culture detailed in their book Culture, Leadership, and Organizations: The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies. Their study began in and identifies. A cross-cultural conflict can be understood as the most acute way to resolve significant sociocultural and ethnic inconsistencies that arise in the course of intercultural interaction, which consists in counteraction of the subjects of conflict and is usually accompanied by negative emotions towards the representatives of another cultural group.

        Therefore, when diversity creates controversy, which inhibits the development of an organization, the organization is forced to adopt other useful tactics that would result in positive outcomes. This document will focus on several aspects of cross-cultural conflicts; A) Conflict assumptions. B) Cultural constituted phenomenon. Get this from a library! Conflict resolution: cross-cultural perspectives. [Kevin Avruch; Peter W Black; Joseph A Scimecca;] -- This unique collection of comparable case studies addresses the need to assess modes of conflict resolution in a larger sociocultural context with attention to .

      "This much needed bookis a creative, helpful, and hopeful contribution at a time when we are especially challenged to bridge cultures in the pursuit of mutual understanding and peace." -- Jimmy Carter, Nobel Peace Laureate In our global society, challenging conflicts abound in personal, business, government, and international settings.4/5(2).   Conflicts book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5(3).


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Resolving conflicts--a cross-cultural approach by University of Manitoba. Dept. of University Extension and Adult Education. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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It is heartwarming to read a book that can be useful immediately and connects the reader to a world of hopeful communications." ― Rosemary Romero, consultant, Sante Fe, New MexicoCited by: 7. His recent books include two co-edited volumes, Conflict Resolution: Cross-Cultural Perspectives and Critical Essays on Israeli Society.

He was a senior fellow Cited by: When we facilitate a Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution meeting we make sure that it is designed to create the conditions for the people involved in the conflict to really solve the conflict.

The word ‘resolve’ is handled as ‘re-solve’. In developing this approach to conflict resolution, we didn’t focus on the differences of people. Michelle Lebaron is professor of law and director of the UBC Program on Dispute Resolution. She consults on intercultural conflict around the world and is the author of three previous books, including Bridging Cultural Conflicts: A New Approach for a Changing World, and Bridging Troubled Waters: Conflict Resolution From the Heart.

This was posited by Dean Resolving conflicts--a cross-cultural approach. book. Peachey and others in their book In Defence of Peace Studies. In their book Making War and Peace, Michael Doyle and Nicolas Sambanis suggest that a cultural approach can confirm, rather than undermine, cross-cultural consensus on the importance of human security, human rights, development, democracy, and the rule of law.

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the american and european members of the team were delivering on time, but he was getting nothing from. Intercultural conflict training is a fertile ground to test the pragmatic implications of particular intercultural conflict theories. Thus, the objective of this article is twofold: First, to.

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The best way to resolve or handle cultural conflict is by learning about other cultures. Organizations work in diverse environments. This gives people the opportunity to interact regardless of culture (Wang, ).

It may also prevent cross-cultural conflicts by allowing someone to learn about a specific culture before potential conflict arises.

Michael Soon Lee, DBA, is a cultural expert and author of eight books about overcoming cultural conflict including, “Cross-Cultural Selling for Dummies” and “Black Belt Negotiating”. Lee has spoken to over 1, organizations around the world such as Coca-Cola, Chevron, Boeing, State Farm Insurance, and Charles Schwab.

Michelle Lebaron is professor of law and director of the UBC Program on Dispute Resolution. She consults on intercultural conflict around the world and is the author of three previous books, including Bridging Cultural Conflicts: A New Approach for a Changing World, and Bridging Troubled Waters: Conflict Resolution From the Heart.

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In Bridging Cultural Conflicts: A New Approach for a Changing World, LeBaron attempts to bridge the fields of conflict resolution and intercultural communication. She does this because, according to LeBaron, "[c]onflict and culture dynamically influence each other in inseparable ways," and thus conflict resolution requires cultural understanding.

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— Daniel Bowling, RESOLVE, Inc. "This book effectively articulates cross-cultural issues and methods for resolution of conflicts specific to these issues. It is heartwarming to read a book that can be useful immediately and connects the reader to a world of hopeful communications." — Rosemary Romero, consultant, Sante Fe, New MexicoPrice: $Punishment vs.

Reconciliation. At its core, we see a real difference in conflict resolution approaches at a cultural level. In many societies, including the West, there is a perceived right and wrong.Michelle Lebaron is professor of law and director of the UBC Program on Dispute Resolution.

She consults on intercultural conflict around the world and is the author of three previous books, Bridging Cultural Conflicts: A New Approach for a Changing World, and Bridging Troubled Waters: Conflict Resolution From the Heart, Venashri Pillay is a senior researcher with ACCORD in South Africa and is.