5 edition of Negotiations, social-psychological perspectives found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Daniel Druckman.|
|Contributions||Druckman, Daniel, 1939-|
|LC Classifications||BF637.N4 N43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||416 p. :|
|Number of Pages||416|
|LC Control Number||76058353|
Williams (at 2–5) divides legal negotiations into four types: civil litigation (the focus of his book), transactional, criminal litigation, and labor. See, e.g., Eisenberg,, supra note 20; Macauley, Stewart, Elegant Models, Empirical Pictures, and the Complexities of Contract, 11 Law & Soc'y Rev. (); Binder & Menkel-Meadow. Book Description. Originally published in , this book deals with the social psychological factors which influence the process of bargaining. It examines the structure behind the process, by which it can be analysed and better understood. Particular attention is paid to the character of negotiations in which agreements are obtained.
Social Psychology: Traditional and Critical Perspectives addresses the key issues in social psychology – such as prejudice, aggression, conformity, persuasion, attraction, relationships and prosocial behaviour – in a bold and innovative way. As well as providing detailed coverage of classic and contemporary ‘mainstream’ research, this book engages with ‘critical’ /5(27). The Social Psychology of Bargaining and Negotiation focuses on the integrative survey of work done in social psychology on the processes of negotiation and bargaining. The publication first takes a look at bargaining relationship, an overview of social psychological approaches to the study of bargaining, and the social components of bargaining Book Edition: 1.
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Daniel Druckman. SAGE Publications, Negotiations: Social-Psychological Perspectives Daniel Druckman Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. A Book of Readings Irene Greif No preview available - ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: ǂg Foreword / ǂr Harold Guetzkow --ǂg Introduction and overview --ǂt Social-psychological approaches to the study of negotiation / ǂr Daniel Druckman --ǂg Part I.
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Not content only to tie the "artificial" phenomena of the laboratory to the field, a number of the researchers are creating new phenomena in their. Druckman, D. (ed.) () Negotiations: Social psychological perspectives.
Beverly Hills: Sage. Contains 13 chapters illustrating the kinds of problems psychologists take to be important in the study of negotiation. Some of the chapters are technical and require a background in psychology. Others may be read without detailed by: Social Psychology Perspectives. Social psychology is the scientific study of how society affects the way individuals behave, think, and feel.
That's a pretty general definition, and as you might. Clegg, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Organizational Conflict and Social Psychology. Orthodox social psychological approaches explore conflict through a hierarchy of dyadic interactions that start with the interpersonal and stretch to relations between discrete social entities, such as interest groups, unions, and even nation.
 For an analysis of the Camp David negotiations, see generally Howard Raiffa, “The Camp David Negotiations,” in The Art and Science of Negotiation (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Druckman, D. (ed.) () Negotiations: Social psychological perspectives.
Beverly Hills: Sage. Contains 13 chapters illustrating the kinds of problems psychologists take to be important in the study of negotiation. Some of the chapters are technical and require a background in psychology.
Others may be read without detailed preparation. Google Cited by: No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or in any Culture and Emotions in Intercultural Negotiations: An Overview 95 Rajesh Kumar 5.
Motivation in Negotiation: A Social Psychological Analysis Cross-Cultural Perspectives on. International Business Negotiations, n Negotiation has been investigated mainly from social psychological and behavioural decision perspectives (Bazerman. The book's content addresses both the traditional kinds of negotiations (such as contracts, car buying, and business deals) as well as the nontraditional contexts (such as interpersonal, consumer, organizational, community, and international relationships).
Because of the expanded range of discussion and examples, the book is relevant for both. Explaining Linguistic Choices as Identity Negotiations1 C.
Scotton Department of Linguistics, Michigan State University, Wells Hall, East Lansing, MichiganU.S.A. ABSTRACT A negotiation model to explain linguistic code choices is presented, taking account of three sets of factors: (l) a person's own personality system, (2) his group identities and group behavioural Cited by: A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress cataloguing in Publication data Gender and emotion: social psychological perspectives / [edited by] Agneta H.
Fischer. – (Studies in emotion and social interaction. Second series) Includes bibliographical references and index. Negotiation as a social process Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: 10 but in the impressive array of conceptual perspectives evident in those studies.
For example, important new frameworks from anthropology, behavioral economics, game theory, political science, social psychology, and sociology have infused empirical research. Current literature on gender differences in negotiations illustrates that women are at a disadvantage, as they underperform men in negotiations (e.g.
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