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ERIC Number: ED167855
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1977-Feb-21
Pages: 52
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Love, Power, and Conflict: A Systems Model of Interparty Negotiation.
Slawski, Carl
Some basic hypotheses and corresponding definitions of concepts are presented in an effort to succinctly state the relationship between three of the most basic concepts of social science, namely love, power and conflict. This novel theory is an example of limited reduction. However, it is cast so as to be applicable to both micro and macro levels of analysis, that is, to relations between two persons or two nations. A flow diagram helps to summarize the theory as a whole. In addition, an accounting scheme and a procedure are presented for content analyzing a wide variety of materials in terms of this model. Finally, a partial application illustrates the procedure and some of the most basic hypotheses by using them to analyze a theatre play about interpersonal conflict. (Author)
Publication Type: Information Analyses
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Language: English
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