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IPSY 6750 HRM and its Role in Labor Relations, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

IPSY 6750 Required Course Readings

The links are for required readings found in the Walden databases ONLY. For all other readings, see your course resources.

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Bingham, L., Hallberlin, C. J., Walker, D. A., & Won-Tae, C. (2009). Dispute system design and justice in employment dispute resolution: Mediation at the workplace. Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 14, 1–50.

Bosserman, C. P., & McCormick, M. A. (1996). From conflict resolution to cultural transformation. Social Alternatives, 15(3), 9–12.

Budd, K. W., Warino, L. S., & Patton, M. (2004). Traditional and non-traditional collective bargaining strategies to improve the patient care environment. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 9(1), 153–170.

de las Mercedes Adamuz, M., & Ponsatí, C. (2009). Arbitration systems and negotiations. Review of Economic Design, 13(3), 279–303

Devinatz, V. (2011). U.S. trade unionism under globalization: The death of voluntarism and the turn to politics? Labor Law Journal, 62(1), 16–29.

Feidakis, A., & Tsaoussi, A. (2009). Competitiveness, gender, and ethics in legal negotiations: Some empirical evidence. International Negotiation, 14(3), 537–570.

Friedman, G. (2009). Is labor dead? International Labor and Working Class History, 75(1), 126–144.

Froehlich, J. (2007). The new company unions: Mandatory individual employment arbitration agreements and Section 8(a) (2) of the National Labor Relations Act. Labor Law Journal, 58(3), 195–202.

Gallaway, L. E. (2010). Unions, the high-wage doctrine, and employment. CATO Journal, 30(1), 197–213.

Harris, K., Andrews, M., &  Kacmar, K. (2007). The moderating effects of justice on the relationship between organizational politics and workplace attitudes. Journal of Business & Psychology, 22(2), 135–144.

Jeffrey, A., Blitman, B., Maes, J., & Shearer, R. (2003). Using collaborative modeling to mediate workplace conflicts. Equal Opportunities International, 22(5), 25–30.

Jiin-Song, T., & Chi, C. S. F. (2009). Influences of Chinese cultural orientations and conflict management styles on construction dispute resolving strategies. Journal of Construction Engineering & Management, 135(10), 955–964.

Keune, M., & Schmidt, V. (2009). Global capital strategies and trade union responses: Towards transnational collective bargaining? International Journal of Labour Research, 1(2), 9–26.

Manrai, L. A., & Manrai, A. K. (2010). The influence of culture in international business negotiations: A new conceptual framework and managerial implications. Journal of Transnational Management, 15(1), 69–100.

Pitts, S. T., & Kamery, R. (2009). Management strategy for collective bargaining. Academy of Strategic Management Proceedings, 8(2), 30–35.

Warren, D. I. (1968). Power, visibility, and conformity in formal organizations.  American Sociological Review, 33(6), 951–970.

Other Readings

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