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How do you convince an audience in a debate?

with strong arguments, sympathy, clear structure, brief and fairness
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What is a conflict?

A social conflict emerges when individuals and groups depend on each other for valuable outcomes. That means, they are outcome interdependent. Through this interdependence they try to deprive each other of such valued outcome.

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Conflict types

interpersonal vs. intergroup

task conflict vs. relationship conflict vs. process conflict

realistic vs. symbolic conflicts

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What are some consequences of conflicts?

negative: work behavior, health, performance, well-being

positive: strengthens group building, less groupthink and good for non-routine tasks

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What are determinants of conflicts?

1) Interdependence: Realistic conflict theory (intergroups hostility arises from competition among groups); goal achievement depends on others (positive: I win, you win; negative: I win, you lose)

2) Justice violence

3) diversity: the more diversity, the more relationship conflicts

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What are mixed-motive Situations?

Employees have the incentive to work together to achieve collective goals and at the same time the incentive to be competitive to let others do the lion share of work. This can be a source of a conflict

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What are typical UVs, questions and real situations for the "Prisoner Dilemma Game"?

UV: payoff, frequence of the interactions, communication, group vs. individual, threats, traits

Questions: Conditions to improve or hinder the cooperation. Which decision making strategy is optimal?

Reality: arms-race between states; investment in adversitement; global warming and CO² emissions

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What are public and common goods

public goods: e.g. public transportation; everybody pays/gives something, to get something in return.

comon goods: e.g. fishing; everyone should just take a small amount of a finite ressource, so that it is enough for everyone