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Intercultural interaction and conflict management in US-Chinese ventures

Elizabeth Weldon

Intercultural interaction and conflict management in US-Chinese ventures

by Elizabeth Weldon

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Published by Indiana University, Graduate School of Business in Bloomington,Indiana .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Elizabeth Weldon.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Indiana University -- No.82, Discussion paper -- No.82.
ContributionsIndiana University. Graduate School of Business.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20516563M

Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Intercultural Conflict Management - social action in global contexts. Qualification level – Preparing for the challenges of tomorrow. The Master of Arts in Intercultural Conflict Management (MA-ICM) was created as a program of studies strongly oriented toward practical applications.   5. INTERCULTURAL FACEWORK COMPETENCE: THREE CORE DIMENSIONS. Faceworkcompetence is conceptualized as an optimal integration of knowledge, mindfulness and communication skills in managing self’s and other’s face-related concerns (Ting-Toomey b Ting-Toomey ).Face-related concerns are viewed as identity- and relational-management .

  Managing Intercultural Conflict Effectively helps to illustrate the complexity of intercultural conflict interactions and readers will gain a broad yet integrative perspective in assessing intercultural conflict situations. The book is a multidisciplinary text that draws from the research work of a variety of disciplines such as cross-cultural. multinational environment. Cross-cultural communication (intercultural and trans-cultural communication) serves as a lubricant, which mitigates frictions, resolves conflicts, and improves overall work efficiency serving as a coagulant, integrating the collective wisdom and strength, enhancing the collaboration of team work, uniting.

This book seeks to find possible answers for effective intercultural conflict management by bringing together a group of leading international scholars from different disciplines to tackle the problem. Consisting of two sections, this book covers major theoretical perspectives of conflict management and harmony development in the first section. "The authors of this book bring intercultural research and theory together and develop a practical framework for understanding intercultural conflict, leading to some very specific suggestions for Whereas most literature in this area focuses on a specific context, e.g. within the family, within business organizations, or within small groups.


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Intercultural interaction and conflict management in US-Chinese ventures by Elizabeth Weldon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Managing conflict can be difficult in any work group, but it can be particularly difficult when two cultures are involved.

In this Chapter we describe a study of conflict management in US-Chinese joint ventures designed to improve our understanding of intercultural conflict in bicultural : Elizabeth Weldon, Karen A. Jehn. 'Intercultural conflict management is becoming a key communication concern.

In particular globalization and the emergence of the Internet have led to tremendously increased interactions across cultures. This book addresses critical perspectives, addressing both multiple perspectives and multiple cultural cturer: Routledge.

Managing Intercultural Conflict Effectively helps to illustrate the complexity of intercultural conflict interactions and readers will gain a broad yet integrative perspective in assessing intercultural conflict situations. The book is a multidisciplinary text that draws from the research work of a variety of disciplines such as cross-cultural psychology, social psychology, sociology, marital and family studies, international management /5(2).

Managing Intercultural Conflict Effectively book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this volume, Ting-Toomey and Oetzel accompl /5. This book seeks to find effective intercultural conflict management solutions by bringing together a group of leading international scholars from different disciplines to tackle the problem.

Consisting of two parts, this book covers major theoretical perspectives of conflict management and harmony development in the first and conflict Author: Xiaodong Dai, Guo-Ming Chen.

Introduction This book proposes a new theoretical and methodological approach to the investigation and explanation of intercultural differences in conflict management strategies and relational (politeness) strategies in workplace settings, taking the Chinese workplace as.

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Total n= Participants were presented with different conflict. The purpose of this paper is to discuss cultural causes of conflict in the workplace and call for research to address what happens when cultures collide generating workplace conflict. The author assumes that because cultures differ in terms of functional solutions to problems of social interaction that there will be conflict when people from different cultures are interdependent.

Teamwork, conflict management, and any other type of interaction call for the inclusion of contexts in which a given communicative encounter occurs (Harush, Lisak, & Glikson, ; Jarvenpaa & Leidner, ; Liu, Adair, Tjosvold, & Poliakova, ). For instance, virtuality in itself is a context of specific importance.

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Cultural conflict in negotiations tends to occur for two main reasons. First, it’s fairly common when confronting cultural differences, for people to rely on stereotypes. Stereotypes are often pejorative (for example Italians always run late), and they can lead to distorted expectations about your counterpart’s behavior as well as potentially costly misinterpretations.

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Journal of Intercultural Communication Research: Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. While the book is theoretically directed, it is also a down-to-earth practical book that contains ample examples, conflict dialogues, and critical incidents.

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Intercultural management is an emerging but increasingly crucial area of study. Essentially, intercultural management concerns itself with work forces that function in different cultural contexts.

These differences can be either "external", where an organization operates across national and ethnic cultures, or "internal", where an organization operates across company. Selected as the Outstanding Edited Book of the Year by the NCA International and Intercultural Communication Division (IICD).

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In. This entry features intercultural conflict and conflict management, an inevitable occurrence in our increasingly globalized and diverse society. As people from different cultures interact on a daily basis, intercultural conflict likely arises from perceived cultural differences in beliefs, norms, and values, and from cultural misunderstanding.The definition of conflict is an expressed struggle between interdependent parties with incompatible goals or unmet emotional needs.

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