• Psychology
  • Published 2011

The effects of conflict type and disputants’ hierarchy on lay third parties’ conflict frame perception and side-taking preference

@inproceedings{Sommer2011TheEO,
  title={The effects of conflict type and disputants’ hierarchy on lay third parties’ conflict frame perception and side-taking preference},
  author={Dominik Sommer},
  year={2011}
}
Grounded on prior research on side taking, this bachelor thesis tries to further explore how situational factors in terms of conflict types and disputants' status influence lay third parties‘ perception and their side-taking motives. Respondents were confronted with one of four conflict vignettes that resulted from a 2x2 design and employed two conflict dimensions each (task conflict vs. relationship conflict) and (peer/peer conflict vs. authority/subordinate conflict). As dependent variables… CONTINUE READING

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