E-raamat: Approaches to Conflict: Theoretical, Interpersonal, and Discursive Dynamics

  • Formaat: 260 pages, 22 Tables, unspecified; 8 Halftones, black and white; 4 Illustrations, black and white
  • Ilmumisaeg: 16-Jun-2017
  • Kirjastus: Lexington Books
  • ISBN-13: 9781498535465
  • Formaat: 260 pages, 22 Tables, unspecified; 8 Halftones, black and white; 4 Illustrations, black and white
  • Ilmumisaeg: 16-Jun-2017
  • Kirjastus: Lexington Books
  • ISBN-13: 9781498535465

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Approaches to Conflict: Theoretical, Interpersonal, and Discursive Dynamics aims to investigate the role of communication and emotions in conflict contexts. In addition to the fundamental importance of communication in various aspects of conflict, this volume offers a prominent position to the inherent part played by the effects of a wide range of emotions. This multi-disciplinary project draws from communication studies and media, public relations, philosophy, psychology and neuroscience, linguistics, business studies, political science, literature, and cultural studies.


This volume provides an innovative and complex examination of the role of emotions and other dynamics for conflict. It is a strong compilation representing diverse disciplinary and cultural perspectives and makes a significant contribution to the literature on conflict. There are also key practical applications presented making it suitable for students, scholars, and practitioners. -- John Oetzel, University of Waikato This is an edited collection displaying new orientations to the study of human conflicts, especially interpersonal ones. It gives welcome attention to the emotional life of people who find themselves in disagreement, studying goals, adolescents, and race, among other personal matters. Culture and group identity, with attention to in-group and out-group relations, are also matters that receive needed attention here. Chapters navigate smoothly between quantitative and qualitative methods, making this a suitable book for anyone seeking advanced understanding of the nature of conflict. -- Dale Hample, University of Maryland, College Park

Chapter 1 - Introducing Approaches to Conflict
Chapter 2 - A Conflict Model of Communication Theory John E. LaMuth
Chapter 3 - Changes in conflict over time: A longitudinal examination of conflict style approaches Stephen M. Croucher
Chapter 4 - How do emotions impact conflicts? A neuroscientific perspective Francois Bogacz & Olga M. Klimecki
Chapter 5 - The Role of Shame in Conflict: A cross-cultural Perspective Paul A. Wilson
Chapter 6 - Adolescent girls in China: Managing conflicts in gender role expectations Kara Chan, Yu Leung Ng, Jingjie Zhang, and Zhijuan Chen
Chapter 7 - Goal vs. relationship-based negotiation: A comparative study between American, Chinese, and Polish negotiators Michal Chmielecki and Lukasz Sulkowski
Chapter 8 - Discourse, cognition, ideology: Critical-cognitive perspectives on ideological positioning and conflict dynamics in political discourse space Piotr Cap
Chapter 9 - Macro and micro argumentative structures in intercultural conflict: Discourse Analysis Olga L. Antineskul and Tatiana M. Permyakova
Chapter 10 - The foreigner, our fellow human being: The discursive means used in reports published in the Polish press to 'humanize' immigrants Maria Holubowicz
Chapter 11 - Intergroup conflict, WTC and CA: Minority and majority groups Diyako Rahmani
Chapter 12 - Communicating emotions related to racial identity issues: A case study Ewa Bogdanowska-Jakubowska
Chapter 13 - Standing alone: The long lasting consequences of Ijime and the need for diversity training" Alberto M. Albuquerque About the Editors and Contributors
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk is full professor of English language and linguistics and head of the Department of Research into Language, Literature, and Translation at the State University of Applied Sciences. Stephen M. Croucher is professor and head of the School of Communication, Journalism, and Marketing at Massey University. Paul A. Wilson is professor in the Department of English Language and Applied Linguistics at the University of Lodz.