Constructive Conflict Management: Asia-Pacific Cases

Constructive Conflict Management: Asia-Pacific Cases

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How did environmental groups and a multinational company agree to halt logging operations in a Korean old-growth forest? How did the families of a Muslim woman and a Hindu man resolve a crisis in the couple's relationship? How did the government of China manage a copyright infringement case between a Japanese company and a Chinese business? Different cultures use a wide range of styles in managing conflict. Using cases drawn from the Asian and Pacific Island area, this unique volume examines how conflict within and between cultures can be successfully mediated on the micro (businesses and individuals) level and how this success can be applied to the macro (government and nongovernment organizations) level. The editors present models for conflict management in a cultural context and ...

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