International Journal of Conflict Management: Volume 33 Issue 5


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Can loyal party members be flexible negotiators? Impacts of constituent support, term limits and bipartisan roles

Daniel Druckman, Jennifer Parlamis, Zachary C. Burns

This study aims to conduct two experiments to provide insight into the impacts of Congressional party loyalty on negotiating flexibility. Constituent support, term limits and…

It’s not justice if it’s not for all: cross-level interaction of interactional justice differentiation and supervisory justice on psychological safety and conflict

Gul Afshan, Carolina Serrano-Archimi, Amir Riaz, Muhammad Kashif, Mansoor Ahmed Khuhro

Building on social exchange and deontic justice theory, this study aims to examine the relationship between supervisory justice (i.e. interactional, procedural and distributive…

Bottom-line pursuits invade your family: the spillover effect of supervisor bottom-line mentality on employee work-to-family conflict

Jun Xie, Qihai Huang, Zhang Huiying, Yun Zhang, Kangyu Chen

The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between supervisor bottom-line mentality (BLM) and employee work-to-family conflict (WFC) through employee…

Affirming who I am: effects of intrinsic and extrinsic affirmations on responses to interpersonal offenses in the workplace

Mianlin Deng, Xiujun Li, Feng Wang, Wendian Shi

Previous research has demonstrated that affirming an individual’s self-worth in intrinsic, stable aspects (e.g. personal attributes) enhances their pro-relationship tendencies, as…

Team autonomy, information exchange and team innovation performance: the moderating role of team conflict

Bao Li, Wanming Chen, Changqing He, Yuwen Zhang

Team autonomy is thought to be important for team innovation performance. However, the theoretical basis of the relationship between team autonomy and team innovation performance…

A qualitative study on the experiences and strategies used by French professional negotiators to detect deception

Frieder Lempp, Maïs Testa

The purpose of this study is to explore the views of practicing negotiators on their experiences of deception and their strategies for detecting deceptive behavior. A thematic…

Individual differences, job demands and job resources as boundary conditions for relations between experienced incivility and forms of instigated incivility

Ian M. Hughes, Steve M. Jex

Using the job–demands resources model as a guide, this study aims to expand the understanding of the boundary conditions of the relation between experienced incivility and…

Natural-born peacemakers? Big five personality traits, gender, and interpersonal peacemaking

Xiaolei Zhang, Katalien Bollen, Kaiping Peng, Martin C. Euwema

This study aims to investigate the relationship between personality, gender and interpersonal peacemaking. Peacemaking is considered as voluntary behavior of team members to help…

Having no negotiation power does not matter as long as you can think creatively: the moderating role of age

Kyriaki Fousiani, Kiki Margaretha Maria De Jonge, Georgios Michelakis

The literature regarding the effect of power on negotiation strategies remains scattered and inconsistent. This study aims to propose that the effect of power on negotiation…

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