A qualitative analysis of conflict types and dimensions in

@article{Jehn1997AQA,
  title={A qualitative analysis of conflict types and dimensions in},
  author={Karen A. Jehn},
  journal={Administrative Science Quarterly},
  year={1997},
  volume={42},
  pages={530-557}
}
  • K. Jehn
  • Published 1 September 1997
  • Psychology
  • Administrative Science Quarterly
I thank the interviewed organizational members for their assistance and patience and Jonathon Blake, Roxanne Jones-Toler, Keith Murnighan, and Keith Weigelt for their assistance on this paper. This paper presents a multifaceted qualitative investigation of everyday conflict in six organizational work teams. Repeated interviews and on-site observations provide data on participants' perceptions, behaviors, and their own analyses of their conflicts, resulting in a generalized conflict model. Model… 
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