Chinese conflict management and resolution

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Chinese Conflict Management and Resolution by Guo-Ming Chen

The trend of globalization has led to a high level of interdependence among people from different cultures. With its large population and impressive economic accomplishments over the last two decades, China has become a major player on the world stage. This collection of essays takes critical steps toward understanding the way the Chinese manage and resolve conflict. 20 chapters form the most comprehensive book ever published on the subject, one that explores both its theoretical and practical aspects. This work holds certain appeal for communication scholars, Asian Studies scholars, and business people alike.

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Skip to search form Skip to main content. Starosta Published Two main trends have hastened the need for the world to understand the communication of people from the Chinese diaspora. First, with their large population and the rapid development of their economies in the last two decades, the Chinese people in the mainland, in Taiwan, in Hong Kong, and elsewhere overseas have gradually formed a powerful network that affects almost every aspect of world affairs. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert. Share This Paper.

The trend of globalization has led to a high level of interdependence among people from different cultures. With its large population and impressive economic accomplishments over the last two decades, China has become a major player on the world stage. This collection of essays takes critical steps toward understanding the way the Chinese manage and resolve conflict. This work holds certain appeal for communication scholars, Asian Studies scholars, and business people alike. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….

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This collection of essays takes critical steps toward understanding the way the Chinese manage and resolve conflict. Twenty chapters form this comprehensive text that explores both its theoretical and practical aspects. Read more Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item You may have already requested this item.

The trend of globalization has led to a high level of interdependence among people from different cultures. With its large population and impressive economic accomplishments over the last two decades, China has become a major player on the world stage. This collection of essays takes critical steps toward understanding the way the Chinese manage and resolve conflict. This work holds certain appeal for communication scholars, Asian Studies scholars, and business people alike. He has contributed many articles to professional journals, and was the recipient of the Distinguished Scholarship Award from the International and Intercultural Communication Division of the National Communication Association.

By Helena Legarda and Marie L. In countries like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Syria and Israel, among others, diplomats from China increasingly engage in preventing, managing or resolving conflict. Before that, Beijing was relatively reluctant to engage in conflict resolution abroad. But things changed with the kick-off of BRI: Beijing now pays more attention to its international mediation efforts and publicizes its activities more actively, both through top leadership statements and greater media coverage. Driven by the BRI, Beijing has also shifted the focus of its mediation efforts to South Asia, the Middle East and East Africa — regions that are strategically important for the initiative.

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