Social Conflict: Escalation, Stalemate, and Settlement
McGraw-Hill, 1994 - Interpersonal conflict - 269 pages
A standard text on social conflict, which covers key research on social psychology topics of concern to psychologists, political scientists and sociologists. The text is accompanied by a set of test questions.
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NATURE AND SOURCES OF CONFLICT
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achieve action African American aggression aggressor aggressor-defender agreement alternatives anger arbitration attitudes and perceptions back-channel blame bonds calation Chapter concern about Other's concern about Party's concessions conciliatory conflict escalation conflict spiral model constituents contending contentious behavior contentious tactics controversy costs Cuban missile crisis deindividuation discussion disputants divergence of interest dollar auction dual concern model effect effort encourage entrapment escalating conflict example feel flict game of chicken heavy tactics Hence Henry Kissinger image loss important individuals ingratiation integrative solutions involved irrevocable commitments Israel issues likelihood logrolling med/arb mediator Michael Kohlhaas move nations negotiation norms Other's outcomes perceived divergence persist position possible problem solving produce Pruitt & Carnevale psychological reasons relationship result Rodney King role Rubin selective perception settlement side situation Social Psychology Soviet Union stability stalemate strategy structural changes tend tentious third party intervention threats tion yielding zero-sum