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Negotiation Journal

, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp 133–147 | Cite as

Thinking about interdisciplinary inquiry on culture and disputing

  • Neal Milner
  • Vicki Shook
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Dispute Resolution Alternative Dispute Resolution Single Lens Specific Cultural Context Paradigm Reality 
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  • Neal Milner
  • Vicki Shook

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