Portions of this article are drawn from a master's thesis completed by the second author in the Department of Communication at the University of Arizona. An earlier version of this article was presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association in San Francisco, 1989. We thank Mark E. Adkins, Thomas S. Birk, Michael Burgoon, Edwin J. Dawson, Sally Jackson, Beth A. Le Poire, Deborah A. Newton, and Michael J. Payne for valuable assistance in preparing the study and the manuscript We also thank two anonymous HCR reviewers for helpful comments on earlier drafts.
Organizational Conflict Management as Disputing Process The Problem of Social Escalation
Version of Record online: 17 MAR 2006
Human Communication Research
Volume 18, Issue 3, pages 400–428, March 1992
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MORRILL, C. and THOMAS, C. K. (1992), Organizational Conflict Management as Disputing Process The Problem of Social Escalation. Human Communication Research, 18: 400–428. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2958.1992.tb00558.x
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