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Summary of: Brown, J.L., Sprinkle, G.B., and Way, D. (2021). The effects of multi-level group identification on intergroup helping behavior. KNOWLEDGE – Journal of Management Accounting Research. https://doi.org/10.2308/JMAR-2019-506 Background & Theory: Past research on workplace group identification has focused on how identifying with a group can lead to positive results for both the employee and...

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Summary of: Kershaw, C., Rast III, D. E., Hogg, M. A., & van Knippenberg, D. (2021). Battling ingroup bias with effective intergroup leadership. British Journal of Social Psychology, 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjso.12445 Background & Theory This article explores how an intergroup leader might influence subgroups to have an intergroup relational identity opposed to a single collective identity. Specifically...

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Summary of: Yuan, W. “Conflict management among American and Chinese employees in multinational organizations in China” (2010). Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 17(3), 299-311. Background & Theory: Past studies have suggested that organizations in Western countries value competing or solution-driven methods of workplace conflict management. On the other hand, studies have argued that organizations...

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Summary of: Slocombe, B., & Wastell, C. (2020). Belief rigidity as a viable target in the peaceful resolution of enduring conflict. New England Journal of Public Policy, 32(2), 1-19. https://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol32/iss2/6 Background & Theory This article examines how belief rigidity might contribute to ongoing conflict, and the ways that perhaps it can be lessened, even a...

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Summary of: Maribondo Albuquerque, I., Rosas Torres, A. R., Álvaro Estramiana, J. L., & Garrido Luque, A. (2019). Influence of group membership, moral values and belief in a just world in blaming the victim. Trends in Psychology, 27(4). https://doi.org/10.9788/tp2019.4-15  Background & Theory The authors summarize their research in their 2019 article to highlight the connections between...

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Summary of: Schulting, R. J. (2018). Conclusion: The science of conflict. In A. Dolfini, R. J. Crellin, C. Horn, & M. Uckelmann (Eds.). Prehistoric warfare and violence. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. Background & Theory This chapter evaluates what conflict was like in the prehistoric era, and concludes that recent research methods in archaeological science...

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Summary of: Gross, Z., & Maor, R. (2020). Is contact theory still valid in acute asymmetrical violent conflict? A case study of Israeli Jewish and Arab students in higher education. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/pac0000440 Background & Theory This article discusses contact theory and whether it is effective in...

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Summary of: Azam, A., & Rehman, S. (2018). Assessing human needs theory: An approach to conflict resolution. The Nucleus, 55(3), 128-132. Retrieved from http://thenucleuspak.org.pk/index.php/Nucleus/article/view/404. Background & Theory This article explores the concept that while John Burton’s Human Needs Theory has laid the groundwork for understanding conflict causes, it is not all-encompassing. Additionally, while identifying causes...

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Summary of: Farmer, H., Hewstone, M., Spiegler, O., Morse, H., Saifullah, A., Pan, X., Fell, B., Charlesford, J., & Terbeck, S. (2020). Positive intergroup contact modulates fusiform gyrus activity to black and white faces. Scientific Reports, 10:2700. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-59633-9 Background & Theory The authors evaluated implicit bias and the “own race face” effect in this article...

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Summary of: Datar, U., & Paranjape, T. (2020). Conflict resolution: A sustainable approach. Our Heritage, 68(13), 1-12. Retrieved from https://archives.ourheritagejournal.com/index.php/oh/article/view/6277. Background & Theory This article explores conflict in light of the Sustainable Development Goals created by the United Nations (UN) in 2015. It examines these categories of conflict, whether conflict is positive or negative, and...

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