Special Issue Article

Logics and Logistics for Future Research: Appropriately Interpreting the Emotional Landscape of Multicultural Negotiation

Authors
  • Laura Rees orcid logo (University of Missouri)
  • Shirli Kopelman (University of Michigan)

Abstract

To invigorate future teaching and research, this article discusses theoretical approaches and empirical opportunities to better understand emotional dynamics in negotiation settings across cultural contexts. We adopt a culturally informed logic of appropriateness (Kopelman, 2009) to shed light on emerging and underexplored topics in this domain. The goal of this article is to inspire scholars worldwide to engage in rigorous empirical investigations of the antecedents, consequences, mechanisms, boundary conditions, and evidence‐based strategies in the combined domain of negotiation, culture, and emotion through research, teaching, and practice.

Keywords: logic of appropriateness, emotion, culture, conflict, negotiation

How to Cite:

Rees, L. & Kopelman, S., (2019) “Logics and Logistics for Future Research: Appropriately Interpreting the Emotional Landscape of Multicultural Negotiation”, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 12(2), p.131-145. doi: https://doi.org/10.34891/6drb-8x14

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Published on
14 Apr 2019
Peer Reviewed