Nominate IACM 2016 Outstanding Book (published in 2014-2015)

2016 IACM Outstanding Book (published in 2014-2015)

Every second year, the International Association for Conflict Management honors the author of an outstanding book in the field of negotiation and conflict management. Books contributing to theory (original or refinements), research (including methods), and practice (including evaluations)—or at the nexus of these categories—will be considered. The book is chosen by a committee chaired by an IACM Representative-at-Large.

Nominate IACM 2016 Outstanding Article or Book Chapter (published in 2014)

2016 IACM Outstanding Article or Book Chapter (published in 2014)

At its annual conference, the International Association for Conflict Management honors the authors of a published article or book chapter that advances conflict management theory and practice, and which has made a significant and lasting contribution to the field over the previous two years. The published article or book chapter is chosen by a committee chaired by an IACM Representative-at-Large.

Nominate IACM 2016 Rubin Theory-to-Practice Award

2016 IACM Rubin Theory-to-Practice Award

At its annual conference, the International Association for Conflict Management honors meritorious contributions to the study of social conflict that epitomize the goals and purposes of the association.

Seeking Negotiation Studies for a Meta-Analytic Review

If you have any unpublished work (conference papers, working papers) that compares men’s and women’s self-reports about negotiation (taken before, during, or after), I would greatly appreciate a copy of the manuscripts to review. Gender does not need to be a focus of the paper, but if gender comparisons are reported (e.g., correlations, means/stds, significance tests), I do hope you will forward it on.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Call for Unpublished Papers on Intragroup Conflict

We are seeking unpublished empirical studies (e.g., working papers, work in progress, conference papers) for our meta-analysis on antecedents of conflict in teams.

Our analysis hopes to cover a wide array of possible antecedents of conflict in teams, including (but not limited to) team attributes (e.g., team size, member demographics, diversity, leadership), task attributes (e.g., task complexity, interdependence), or organizational attributes (e.g., organizational justice, organizational culture/climate).

Advances in Culture and Psychology - Volume 5

Dear Colleagues,

We are thrilled to announce that Volume 5 of the Advances in Culture and Psychology has just been published by Oxford University Press!

Please see http://www.gelfand.umd.edu/pages/Advances.html for a description of the series, a forward by Richard Shweder, sample chapters, and information on a 30% discount from Oxford. 

 

Contributors to Volume 5 include: 

Similarities of Chimpanzee and Human Culture 

IACM Mourns the Passing of Kwok Leung

IACM mourns Prof Kwok Leung, who passed away on Monday May 25, 2015. 

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DRRC Research Residencies

The Dispute Resolution Research Center at Northwestern University is announcing a five year pilot program of Research Residencies.

Doctoral Consortium at Conflict Management Division of AOM

CM Doctoral Consortium (Saturday, August 8)

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