Conflict and consensus : a general theory of collective decisions

Serge Moscovici and Willem Doise ; translated by W.D. Halls

This book presents a bold new theory of the processes of collective decision-making that draws on theoretical influences ranging from group decision theory through to the authors' own social representations theory. Moscovici and Doise offer a novel analysis of group conflict and the construction of consensus to produce a general theory of collective decisions. Going beyond the traditional view that compromise is a negative process where group members merely comply in order to sustain cohesion, the authors argue that the conflict at the root of group decisions can be a positive force leading to changes in opinion and to innovation. Their theoretical framework is illustrated in depth with numerous empirical investigations from around the world.

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  • Introduction The Problem What Use Are Groups? The Elementary Forms of Participation in Decisions and Consensus Extreme Conflicts and Consensuses The Effects of Private or Public Discussions Conflicts and Extreme Consensuses The Role of Values 'Warm and Cold' Communications Consensus in Closed and Open Groups Decision-Making

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書名 Conflict and consensus : a general theory of collective decisions
著作者等 Doise, Willem
Halls, W. D.
Moscovici, Serge
書名別名 Dissensions et consensus : une théorie générale des décisions collectives
出版元 Sage
刊行年月 1994
ページ数 214 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 080398457X
0803984561
NCID BA23392967
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言語 英語
原文言語 フランス語
出版国 イギリス
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