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When males and females negotiate with persons of the opposite sex—and people of the same sex—gender-based stereotypes may influence their interactions. Men and women often assume that males are more likely to be competitive, win–lose negotiators who want to maximize their own return. Women are...
The historical relationship between the electoral college and controversial U.S. presidential elections, specifically with respect to conflict, is examined. The elections of 1800, 1824, 1860, 1876, 1888, 1968, and 2000 are examined. Aside from the 2000 election, there has been essentially no...
This paper reviews the structure of the criminal justice system in relation to the system's underlying ideology and examines the nature of the conflict presented thereby. The primary focus is a condensed comparative–historical analysis of the federal grand jury system and comparative legal systems.
Theoretical work in linguistics, mathematics, and physics has created changes in academic problem formulation. This meta-analysis presents the nature of the new academic environment using precepts from “New Historicism” to suggest connections with “the New Economy.” The marketplace is often the...
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