1 Jan 2001

Transforming Cultural Conflict in an Age of Complexity

Handbook Article

Focuses on three distinct ways in which culture affects conflicts: culture as a lens that facilitates or blocks effective communication; culture and world view differences as the subject of conflicts; conflicts related to identity and recognition as facets of cultural differences. The author discusses challenges and concrete recommendations for process design in culturally-complex conflicts.


Authors

Michelle LeBaron

 

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