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Handbook of international negotiation : interpersonal, intercultural, and diplomatic perspectives

Author: Mauro Galluccio
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Th is cross-disciplinary handbook offers leading-edge concepts and scientifically based strategies for fostering nonviolent alternatives to violent conflict. Th e chapters present in-depth discussions of such topics as the role of emotion in negotiation, the value of truth and reconciliation commissions, and strategies for resisting ℓ́ℓwar feverℓ́ℓ. In addition, they include case studies of conflict resolution in  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Mauro Galluccio
ISBN: 9783319106878 3319106872
OCLC Number: 897810336
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Contents: Dedication; Foreword; Navigating the℗ Geopolitical Landscape of℗ the℗ Future; Foreword; Foreword; Foreword Excerpts; Preface; Introduction to the Book; Diplomacy and℗ International Negotiation in℗ Time of℗ Uncertainty: Our Contribution to℗ Conflict Transformation and℗ Resiliency Processes; Mental Health Deterioration in℗ Prone Conflict Zones; Well-Being and℗ Resiliency; Handbook Aim and℗ Structure; Organization and℗ Contents of℗ This Handbook; Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Editor; About the Authors; Part I: Decision Making Approaches to Negotiation. 1: Representative Decision-Making: Challenges to℗ Democratic Peace TheoryIntroduction; Democratic Peace Theory; Decision Drivers; Hypotheses; Approach; Results; Discussion; Appendix 1: Violence Narrative; The Situation; Appendix 2: Humanitarian Narrative; The Situation; References; 2: Tacit Knowledge Awareness and℗ Its Role in℗ Improving the℗ Decision-Making Process in℗ International Negotiations; Outline Placeholder; The Role of℗ Religion; Epistemologies in℗ Human Cognition; Comparison and℗ Contrast in℗ Human Cognition; Language as℗ Tacit Knowledge. Implications for℗ International Negotiations A Tentative Training Project for℗ International Negotiators; References; 3: A Psychotherapist's View of℗ Decision-Making: Implications for℗ Peaceful Negotiations; Introduction; References; 4: Moral Disengagement in℗ "War Fever": How Can We℗ Resist?; Introduction; Moral Disengagement and℗ Support for℗ Military Aggression; Behavior; Agency; Outcome; Recipient; Research on℗ Moral Disengagement and℗ Support for℗ Military Action; Cross-Sectional Studies; Prospective Research; Experimental Studies. Increasing Resistance to℗ War Fever: Research, Training, and℗ Public Education Appendix: Measuring Moral Disengagement in℗ Support of℗ War; References; Part II: Re-framing Approaches to Negotiation; 5: The Biology of℗ Cooperative Decision-Making: Neurobiology to℗ International Relations; Introduction; Combining Economics, Psychology and℗ Neuroscience to℗ Understand Decision-Making; Cooperation; Neural Bases of℗ Cooperative Behaviour; Managing the℗ Balance Between Cooperation and℗ More Self-℗ƯOrientated Behaviours; International Negotiations; Policy Recommendation; Fairness. Neural Bases of℗ the℗ Fairness Motivation Fairness in℗ International Negotiations; Policy Recommendations: Fairness; The Neural Phenomenon of℗ "Prediction Errors" Exerts Impacts Throughout Diplomatic and℗ Military Signalling; Signalling Between Nations; Policy Recommendations; Discussion and℗ Conclusion; References; 6: Psychological Dynamics of℗ Insight: Relevance to℗ International Negotiation; Introduction; Decision-Makers as℗ Historically Situated, Purposive Actors; Feelings as℗ Carriers of℗ Values; Perceptions and℗ Cognitive Schema; Conclusion: Implications for℗ Insight; References.
Responsibility: Mauro Galluccio, editor.

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