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

Author: Mauro Galluccio
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This cross-disciplinary handbook offers leading-edge concepts and scientifically based strategies for fostering nonviolent alternatives to violent conflict. The 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 "war fever". In addition, they include case studies of conflict resolution in several  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mauro Galluccio
ISBN: 3319106864 9783319106861
OCLC Number: 900306060
Description: xlix, 438 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Section I Decision Making Approaches to Negotiation.- 1.Representative Decision Making: Challenges to Democratic Peace Theory.- 2.Tacit knowledge awareness and its role in Improving the Decisions-making process in international negotiations.- 3.A Psychotherapeutic View of Decision Making: Implications for Peaceful Negotiations.- 4.Moral disengagement in "War fever." How Can We Resist?.- Section II Re-framing Approaches to Negotiation.- 5.The Biology of Cooperative decision-making: Neurobiology to International Relations.- 6.Psychological Dynamics of Insight: Relevance to International Negotiation.- 7.Why is it so Difficult to Resolve Intractable Conflicts Peacefully? A Socio-Psychological Explanation.- 8.Dignity in Negotiation: Its Transforming Power.- Section III Conflict Management and International Negotiation.- 9.Negotiating Conflict Transformations.- 10.The Evolution of Readiness Theory.- 11.Why is Mediation So Hard? The Case of Syria.- 12.Underpinning Conflict Prevention by International Cooperation.- Section IV Emotions Regulation in Negotiation.- 13.Improving Negotiation Effectiveness with Skills of Emotional Competence.- 14.International Negotiation and Emotional Intelligence.- 15.From Conflict to Peace through Emotional Regulation and Co-operation.- 16.Mindfulness Based Training for Negotiators: Fostering Resilience in the Face of Stress.- Section V Cognitive and Behavioural Approach to Negotiation.- 17.A Cognitive Insight on Cooperation and Conflict.- 18.Impediments and Strategies in Negotiating: A Cognitive Therapy Model.- 19.Negotiating in the world of mixed beliefs and values systems: A compassion focused model.- 20.Cognitive Behavioral Therapy inspiring values in the planning and management of Lebanon National Conflict Resolution: A Brief Essay.- Section VI The Intercultural Dimension of International Negotiation.- 21.Reflections on The Cultural Contexts of Conflict Resolution Via Truth and Reconciliation Processes.- 22.On Instinctive Human Peace versus War.- 23.Beyond Impasse: Addressing Sacred Values in International Political Negotiations.- 24.Developing a Global Community: A Social Psychological Perspective.- Section VII Diplomacy and International Negotiation.- 25.An inquiry on war and peace.- 26.Negotiating Partners: Friends or Foes?.- 27.Environment and Science: Finding Common Ground through International Agreements. An Insider's View of Negotiation Processes.- 28.Micro-negotiation in the Security Sector Advising Context: A Case Study from Afghanistan.- 29.International Cooperation and Negotiation in Practice.- 30.Diplomacy meets Science: Negotiating Responsible and Inclusive Growth.
Responsibility: Mauro Galluccio, editor.

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