Towards an Integrative Framework of Conflict-handling Behaviour

Integrating Western and Chinese Perspectives

Xin Li, Verner Worm, Peihong Xie

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    Following in the footsteps of Frances Brew and the late Kwok Leung (1958–2015), we attempt to further integrate the Western dual-concern model of conflict and the Chinese dual-motive model of harmony. Our integrative framework of conflict-handling behaviour is designed to be more comprehensive in its coverage of conflict-handling styles than the integrative model developed by Brew in 2007, and more symmetric in its treatment of the Western and Chinese perspectives than the integrative model jointly developed by Leung and Brew in 2009. In developing our alternative integrative model, we try to take a further step in the process of universalization of an indigenous Chinese theory.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TidsskriftAsia Pacific Business Review
    Vol/bind24
    Udgave nummer1
    Sider (fra-til)22-36
    Antal sider15
    ISSN1360-2381
    DOI
    StatusUdgivet - 2018

    Bibliografisk note

    Published online: 31. July 2017

    Emneord

    • China
    • Conflict
    • Integration
    • Indigenous
    • Universal
    • Western

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