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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonWinter

CMN4131- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 19 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Trevor TuckerSummer

CMN 4131 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Ford Focus, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Method Acting

Manjulika Robertson44 Page
12 Oct 2018
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That"s the problem with you jerry, you think we are fighting. I think we are finally beginning to talk jerry maguire. Really allows you to create somet
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonWinter

CMN4131- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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To reduce the delays and high costs (financial and emotional) commonly associated with adjudication. By adjudication, we mean formal legal process cond
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Trevor TuckerSummer

CMN 4131 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Ford Focus, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Method Acting

Manjulika Robertson44 Page
19 Nov 2018
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That"s the problem with you jerry, you think we are fighting. I think we are finally beginning to talk jerry maguire. Really allows you to create somet
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Trevor TuckerSummer

CMN 4131 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Satisficing, Psychological Manipulation

Manjulika Robertson3 Page
25 Jul 2018
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonFall

CMN 4131 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Decision-Making, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement

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10 Dec 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 2132Mary HawkinsWinter

CMN 2132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nonverbal Communication, Therapeutic Touch, Behaviorism

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13 Jan 2019
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In therapeutic touch, the practitioner gently places his or her hands on key areas of the body. False: one cultural group was noted to kiss both the li
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Onomatopoeia, Linguistic Relativity, Linguistics

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24 Oct 2018
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Ogden and richards" triangle of meaning contains three items: ________. referent, thought, symbol. Words such as meow, woof, and hiss are examples of _
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: The Cocktail Party

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24 Oct 2018
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The cocktail party effect is ________. a phenomenon where we hear once voice out of a medley of conversations and background noises. In the understandi
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation, Social Capital, John Gottman

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24 Oct 2018
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Social capital theory holds that ________. social relationships and networks have value that can be translated into important personal and business out
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Final Guide: Albert Mehrabian, American Sign Language, Nonverbal Communication

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24 Oct 2018
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There are 110 questions, of which 60 will be on the final (worth 40% of your overall mark) All have specific answers that can be found in your notes, s
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Quiz: CMN1148 Quiz Chapter 9 2017 Fall

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24 Oct 2018
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According to jeffrey rubin, a typical conflict resembles a(n) ________. three-act play. In direct contrast to empathy, when we show ________ we convey
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UOTTAWACMN 1148AllFall

CMN 1148 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Expectancy Violations Theory, Ray Birdwhistell, Nonverbal Communication

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24 Oct 2018
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Nonverbal communication includes ________. communication that does not include language. An emblem"s function is to ________. replace or substitute ver
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UOTTAWAMAT 1300Termeh KoushaSummer

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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement

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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cognitive Dissonance, Neutral Party, Decision-Making

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26 Jan 2018
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Types of conflict, variables influencing conflict, reasons for conflict, and. According to john keltner, conflict occurs on a continuum, and the chance
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Stephanie LarrueWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Edward De Bono, Lowkey

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24 Feb 2016
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When to end the exchange and move on to the resolution: o! They are sounding more empathetic and cooperative o! Concerns and needs have been translated
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Neutral Party, Decision-Making, Cognitive Dissonance

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2 Apr 2017
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Types of conflict, variables influencing conflict, reasons for conflict, and obstacles to. According to john keltner, conflict occurs on a continuum, a
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Stephanie LarrueWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Forego, Brainstorming, Intentionality

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24 Feb 2016
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We all do it when we bargain. o! It"s about starting with an extreme position and holding on to it as much as possible while yielding as little as poss
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Stephanie LarrueWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Negotiation, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Nonverbal Communication

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24 Feb 2016
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Each group has to choose one of the models integrative bargaining. Use other resources (external or unconventional) to reach an o! The negotiator decid
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Stephanie LarrueWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Conflict Resolution, Conflict Transformation, Reinforcement

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24 Feb 2016
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonSummer

CMN4131 Lecture 9: Getting to Yes – Yes, but... - Part 2

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17 Jul 2018
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonSummer

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fonzie, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Satisficing

Manjulika Robertson6 Page
26 Jun 2018
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Don"t bargain over positions find a better way. Batna: best alternative to a negotiated agreement: what you would have had had you not negotiated. Posi
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Sherry FergusonWinter

CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Alternative Dispute Resolution

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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter 1: CMN 4131 Chapter 1 Notes

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Reconsidering conflict: how we see, interpret, and react to conflict ourselves is almost always a consequence of our past environment. Conflict occurs
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: The Negotiation, Advantageous, Nonverbal Communication

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Negotiation is a process in which two or more parties communicate directly for the purpose of coming to agreement on some action that one or more of th
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Problem Solving, Final Crisis

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Preliminary steps in preparing to negotiate (1) define and prioritize all your interests: you must thoroughly consider all matters related to your part
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Active Listening, Nonverbal Communication

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Not aggressive in approach. teaches parties to listen to the other parties position. Not an either or approach but both. Argumentative: argument aimed
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Anti-Abortion Movements

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There are different ways of classifying conflict. It is importance to understand the difference and the level to which they are occurring. Material lev
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter 6: CMN 4131 Chapter 6 Notes

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To reduce the delays and high costs (financial and emotional) commonly associated with adjudication. By adjudication, we mean formal legal process cond
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CMN 4131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Negotiation, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Nonverbal Communication

OC4015978 Page
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Each group has to choose one of the models integrative bargaining. Use other resources (external or unconventional) to reach an o! The negotiator decid
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Trevor TuckerSummer

CMN 4131 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Ford Focus, Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement, Method Acting

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