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The resolution of conflict; constructive and destructive processes.

New Haven, Yale University Press, 1973.
ISBN 0300016832, 9780300016833

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Subjects Competition (Psychology)
Competitive Behavior.
Compétition (Psychologie)
Compétition (psychologie)
Conflict (Psychology)
Conflict management.
Conflit (psychologie)
Conflit interpersonnel.
Conflits sociaux.
Cooperative Behavior.
Gestion des conflits.
Lutte des classes.
Social Problems.
Social conflict.
Series Carl Hovland memorial lectures.
Description xi, 420 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-412).
Summary The basic question to which this book is addressed is not how to eliminate or prevent conflict but rather how to make it productive, or minimally, how to prevent it from being destructive. I shall not deal with situations of "pure" conflict in which inevitably one side loses what the other gains. My interest is in conflict where there is a mixture of cooperative and competitive interests, where a variety of outcomes is possible; mutual loss, gain for one and loss of the other, and mutual gain. Thus my query can be restated, as an investigation of the conditions under which the participants will evolve a cooperative relationship or a competitive relationship in a situation which permits either. -- from the introduction.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)800748
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WorldCat Identities Deutsch, Morton, 1920-
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