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Moderating Behaviors in Conflict
This paper examines the role of moderating one's own behavior in conflict resolution.
# 124690 | 750 words | 6 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Communication (Interpersonal)

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The paper considers how changing one's own communications or perceptions in a conflict relates to taking responsibility for the direction of the conflict and the relationship. The paper uses "Interpersonal Conflict" by Wilmot and Hocker as a reference.

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"Conflict occurs in every type of human relationship, whether parent and child, husband and wife, supervisor and subordinate, or customer and vendor. Given that conflict is inevitable, one would expect that individuals would be better equipped to approach and resolve conflict in constructive ways. However, conflicts can turn personal and destructive with the result that even if the conflict is eventually resolved, hurt feelings and bruised egos can cause serious and sometimes permanent damage to the relationship. This research considers the role that moderating behavior..."

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