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Gender Role, Organizational Status, and Conflict Management Styles
In this study people tried to examinate the ralationship between sex, gender, organizational status and conflict managemeniuht behaviour of males and females. The study was made in three similar organizations. Which are: Individuals (N uS 118) from upper and lower status organizational positions completed the Rahim Organizational Conflict Inventory-II, in the context of two recalled organizational conflicts (Rahim, 1983a), and the Bem Sex Role Inventory (Bem, 1974).
They wanted to see how differently male and female could act and also negotiate. After controlling the gender results showed that masculine individuals were highest on the dominating conflict style, whereas feminine individuals were highest on the avoiding style, and androgynous individuals on the integrating style. Further, upper organizational status individuals were higher on the integrating style, while lower status individuals reported greater use of avoiding and obliging styles. These informations are very useful in case of getting to negotiation.…
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