Conflict - y: y group = 20; class = 80 y: y group = 20;...

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Conflict Defined Conflict is an expressed struggle between  at least 2  interdependent interdependent  parties who  perceive  incompatible goals, scarce  resources,  and  interference  from the  other party in achieving goals. (Wilmot & Hocker)
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Conflict Characteristics     How are the characteristics of  How are the characteristics of  conflict illustrated in this game? conflict illustrated in this game?  interference in achieving goals  scarce resources  incompatible goals     interdependent interdependent parties
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Conflict Styles Self Relationship low high high Forcing Withdrawing Collaborating Accommodating Negotiating
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“Winning”     Did you win as much as you could? Did you win as much as you could?  4x:  x group = -20; class = -80  3x1y:  x group = 20; class = 0  2x2y:  x group = 40; class = 0  1x3y:  x group = 60; class = 0     4 4
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Unformatted text preview: y: y group = 20; class = 80 y: y group = 20; class = 80 Winning Did you win as much as you could? Did you win as much as you could? In everything, therefore, treat people the same way you want them to treat you, for this is the Law and the Prophets (Matthew 7:12). For the whole Law is fulfilled in one word, in the statement, You shall love your neighbor as yourself (Galatians 5:14) Winning Did you win as much as you could? Did you win as much as you could? 4x: x group = -20; class = -80 3x1y: x group = 20; class = 0 2x2y: x group = 40; class = 0 1x3y: x group = 60; class = 0 4 4 y: y group = 20; class = 80 y: y group = 20; class = 80...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course COMS 111 taught by Professor Sharp-penya during the Spring '07 term at Abilene Christian University.

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