Vivian chih’s sharing of negotiation skill
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“A different Approach to Negotiation Scholarship
The Dispute resolution field is increasingly embracing new and cross-disciplinary perspectives to understanding conflict. Other essays in this volume exemplify this growing diversity (see Bernard, Finding Common Ground; Brown, Strategies for addressing Partisan Perceptions; Guthrie, I’m Curious; Jones, Designing Heuristics). This broadening focus is both important and welcome. At the same time, as I have argued elsewhere, our field seems not to have fully engaged with scholarship that stands outside our common sense, individualist, ideology (Fox 2006).Specifically we are only beginning to examine conflict and negotiation from the perspective that I refer to as post-modern scholarship. I suggest it is precisely here that fundamentally new ways of thinking about negotiation can flourish. By stepping outside the current paradigm, we may find new and interesting insights that were previously invisible.
Quote from <Rethinking Negotiation Teaching>