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Conflict, mediated message, and group dynamics : intersections of communication / edited by Stephen M. Croucher, Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Paul A. Wilson.

Contributor(s): Croucher, Stephen Michael, 1978- [editor.] | Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Barbara [editor.] | Wilson, Paul A. (College teacher) [editor.].
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland, USA : Lexington Books, ©2017Description: xi, 171 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781498535489 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): Communication -- Social aspects | Intercultural communication | Interpersonal communication | Social conflict | Culture conflictAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Conflict, mediated message, and group dynamicsDDC classification: 303.4833 C76 2017
Contents:
Contents Introduction Chapter 1 - "Conflict radicalization and emotions in English and Polish online discourses on immigration and refugees"- Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk Chapter 2 - "Structuring judgment in conflict scenarios"- Mikolaj Deckert Chapter 3 - "Communication, Music, and Conflict" - Shawn Condon Chapter 4 - "The 2013 social protests in Bulgaria: Iconic photographs & image events" - Lilia Raycheva, Nelly Velinova, & Mariyan Tomov Chapter 5 - "Organizational dissent as a form of conflict" - Cheng Zeng Chapter 6 - "Conflict, Emotion and Crisis Communication" - Audra Diers-Lawson Chapter 7 - "Immigrant threat, prejudice, and the growing refugee crisis." Elvis Ngwayuh Chapter 8 - "A Review of Work-Family Conflict among European Welfare Models" Flora Galy-BadenasAbout the Editors and Contributors
Summary: This book explores the ways in which emotions enter a conflict scenario and investigate their role as causes or consequences of the conflict. It sheds new light on questions of the extent to which context and culture-related dimensions are conducive to conflict dynamicity and management either by calming emotions or increasing their severity.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents Introduction Chapter 1 - "Conflict radicalization and emotions in English and Polish online discourses on immigration and refugees"- Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk Chapter 2 - "Structuring judgment in conflict scenarios"- Mikolaj Deckert Chapter 3 - "Communication, Music, and Conflict" - Shawn Condon Chapter 4 - "The 2013 social protests in Bulgaria: Iconic photographs & image events" - Lilia Raycheva, Nelly Velinova, & Mariyan Tomov Chapter 5 - "Organizational dissent as a form of conflict" - Cheng Zeng Chapter 6 - "Conflict, Emotion and Crisis Communication" - Audra Diers-Lawson Chapter 7 - "Immigrant threat, prejudice, and the growing refugee crisis." Elvis Ngwayuh Chapter 8 - "A Review of Work-Family Conflict among European Welfare Models" Flora Galy-BadenasAbout the Editors and Contributors

This book explores the ways in which emotions enter a conflict scenario and investigate their role as causes or consequences of the conflict. It sheds new light on questions of the extent to which context and culture-related dimensions are conducive to conflict dynamicity and management either by calming emotions or increasing their severity.

College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Science in Psychology

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