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  1. The SAGE Handbook of Conflict Communication, Second Edition

    The SAGE Handbook of Conflict Communication, Second Edition

    John G. Oetzel & Stella Ting-Toomey

    SAGE Publications, Inc. (2013)

    This second edition of the award-winning The SAGE Handbook of Conflict Communication emphasizes constructive conflict management from a communication perspective, identifying the message as the focus of conflict research and practice. Editors John ...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452281988

  2. Handbook of Strategic Alliances

    Handbook of Strategic Alliances

    Oded Shenkar & Jeffrey J. Reuer

    SAGE Publications, Inc. (2006)

    The Handbook of Strategic Alliances covers state-of-the-art research on strategic alliances and serves to pave the road for future alliance research. Little is understood about the specific managerial challenges involved in establishing and operating alliances from their initial setup...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452231075

  3. Nursing Supervision: A Guide for Clinical Practice

    Nursing Supervision: A Guide for Clinical Practice

    Stephen Power

    SAGE Publications Ltd (1999)

    Addressing the practicalities of clinical supervision, this informative book follows the course of the supervision process, illustrating each stage with an absorbing blend of information, opinion, academic theory, anecdotal material, serious comment and thought-provoking exercises. Em...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781446218471

  4. Food and Health in Early Childhood: A Holistic Approach

    Food and Health in Early Childhood: A Holistic Approach

    Deborah Albon & Penny Mukherji

    SAGE Publications Ltd (2008)

    The media interest surrounding children, food, and nutrition continues to influence policy and practice in early childhood settings, and food and eating is of fundamental importance to early childhood practice. This book gives students a comprehensive overview of food and eating, cove...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781446216248

  5. Key Concepts in Anti-Discriminatory Social Work

    Key Concepts in Anti-Discriminatory Social Work

    Toyin Okitikpi & Cathy Aymer

    SAGE Publications Ltd (2010)

    This Key Concepts clearly and concisely explains the basic ideas in the field of anti-discriminatory social work. It: explores the range of discriminations that people experience and discusses a number of theories that inform anti-discriminatory practice;considers the legal frameworks...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781446214411

  6. Knowing in Firms: Understanding, Managing and Measuring Knowledge

    Knowing in Firms: Understanding, Managing and Measuring Knowledge

    Georg von Krogh, Johan Roos & Dirk Kleine

    SAGE Publications Ltd (1998)

    Written by some of the leading international scholars in the field, this book presents the current state-of-the-art in knowledge management. The book offers a strong response to the need for a body of scientific knowledge on the understanding, managing and measuring of kn...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781446280256

  7. Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Roderick Kramer & Tom Tyler

    SAGE Publications, Inc. (1996)

    Trust plays a central role in organizational life. It facilitates exchanges among individuals, enhances cooperation and coordination, and contributes to more effective relationships. This volume brings together a cross-disciplinary group of contributors to present some of the latest, ...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452243610

  8. Experiencing Fieldwork: An Inside View of Qualitative Research

    Experiencing Fieldwork: An Inside View of Qualitative Research

    William B. Shaffir & Robert A. Stebbins

    SAGE Publications, Inc. (1991)

    Fieldwork has often been viewed as a great black hole, untaught and unteachable. While recent years have seen an increase in the number of how-to manuals for doing fieldwork, they never fully convey the complexity of the experience–the loneliness, the uncertainty, the moral dilemmas, ...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483325514

  9. Ch. 20: Trust in Community–Academic Research Partnerships: Increasing the Consciousness of Conflict and Trust Development

    Ch. 20: Trust in Community–Academic Research Partnerships: Increasing the Consciousness of Conflict and Trust Development

    John G. Oetzel & Stella Ting-Toomey

    Found in: The SAGE Handbook of Conflict Communication

    Trust in community–academic research partnerships: Increasing the consciousness of conflict and trust development Consider the following scenario: An academic research team was invited by a tribal community's public health program to collaborate on a project. This pro...
  10. Ch. 5: “The First Supervision Session – and Getting Beyond It!”

    Ch. 5: “The First Supervision Session – and Getting Beyond It!”

    Stephen Power

    Found in: Nursing Supervision: A Guide for Clinical Practice

    The first supervision session – and getting beyond it! The importance of listening skills The ‘spaces’ of supervisory attention The value of self-awareness for clinical supervisors What to do during the first supervision session What the supervis...
  11. Ch. 5: “Knowledge and the Concept of Trust”

    Ch. 5: “Knowledge and the Concept of Trust”

    Georg von Krogh, Johan Roos & Dirk Kleine

    Found in: Knowing in Firms: Understanding, Managing and Measuring Knowledge

    Knowledge and the concept of trust The notion of trust has in recent years received considerable attention. Trust has even been described as a business imperative (e.g. Davidow and Malone, 1992; Drucker, 1993; Sabel, 1993). In the 1994 summer special issue of the St...
  12. Ch. 10: “Toward a New Practice Dimension”

    Ch. 10: “Toward a New Practice Dimension”

    Toyin Okitikpi & Cathy Aymer

    Found in: Key Concepts in Anti-Discriminatory Social Work

    Toward a new practice dimension Introduction Meaning, Identity and Culture The Domain of Identity Identity as Narrative Identity as Psychological Development Power Trust Problematising Normality, Universality The Pa...
  13. Ch. 73: Organizational Paranoia: Origins and Dysfunctional Consequences of Exaggerated Distrust and Suspicion in the Workplace

    Ch. 73: Organizational Paranoia: Origins and Dysfunctional Consequences of Exaggerated Distrust and Suspicion in the Workplace

    Charles Wankel

    Found in: 21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook

    Organizational paranoia: Origins and dysfunctional consequences of exaggerated distrust and suspicion in the workplace Social scientists have long recognized the deleterious role distrust and suspicion play within organizations (Fox, 1974). More recent treatments sugges...
  14. Ch. 78: Remote Leadership

    Ch. 78: Remote Leadership

    Charles Wankel

    Found in: 21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook

    Remote leadership Increasingly, organizations are making use of information technology to enable employees to work at a distance from their managers, their work groups, and/or their offices. Implementation comes in a variety of configurations—virtual teams, flextime, te...
  15. Ch. 10: Interorganizational Trust

    Ch. 10: Interorganizational Trust

    Oded Shenkar & Jeffrey J. Reuer

    Found in: Handbook of Strategic Alliances

    Interorganizational trust It has become increasingly clear that interorganizational trust is an important factor affecting the actions and performance of organizations engaged in dyadic and network relationships such as strategic alliances. Scholars from a number of d...
  16. Ch. 1: “Policy Development”

    Ch. 1: “Policy Development”

    Deborah Albon & Penny Mukherji

    Found in: Food and Health in Early Childhood: A Holistic Approach

    Policy development This chapter looks at the development of public policy in relation to children's food and eating. It charts the move from the view that what children eat is the private concern of the family, with philanthropic support for the most impoverished, to...
  17. Ch. 11: “Divergent Realities and Convergent Disappointments in the Hierarchic Relation: Trust and the Intuitive Auditor at Work”

    Ch. 11: “Divergent Realities and Convergent Disappointments in the Hierarchic Relation: Trust and the Intuitive Auditor at Work”

    Roderick Kramer & Tom Tyler

    Found in: Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Divergent realities and convergent disappointments in the hierarchic relation: Trust and the intuitive auditor at work I get the willies whenever I see closed doors. Even at work, where I am doing so well now, the sight of a closed door is sometimes enough to make...
  18. Ch. 7: “Developing and Maintaining Trust in Work Relationships”

    Ch. 7: “Developing and Maintaining Trust in Work Relationships”

    Roderick Kramer & Tom Tyler

    Found in: Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Developing and maintaining trust in work relationships The past decade has seen dramatic changes in the modern organization. New organizational linkages, strategic alliances, partnerships, and joint ventures are being formed to achieve and maintain competitive advanta...
  19. Ch. 13: “Stability and Flexibility: Maintaining Relations Within Organized and Unorganized Groups”

    Ch. 13: “Stability and Flexibility: Maintaining Relations Within Organized and Unorganized Groups”

    William B. Shaffir & Robert A. Stebbins

    Found in: Experiencing Fieldwork: An Inside View of Qualitative Research

    Stability and flexibility: Maintaining relations within organized and unorganized groups The problems associated with field-workers' research relationships often are conceived too simplistically as centering on gaining entrée and forging relations. Yet research relati...

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