A scale of events along the conflict-cooperation continuum
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A scale of events along the conflict-cooperation continuum by Alvin Richman

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Published by Foreign Policy Research Institute, University of Pennsylvania, 1967 in [Philadelphia] .
Written in English


  • Soviet Union -- Foreign public opinion, American,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references

SeriesResearch monograph series, 10
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 39 p.
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22809433M

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The former opinion indicates that conflict and cooperation are antithetical, while the latter indicates that they should be considered as separate constructs. Robert H. Ross and Robert F. Gusch If conflict and cooperation are considered as separate constructs, channel member behavior could be classified along one continuum from cooperative to noncooperative, and along a second continuum from functional to dysfunctional conflict Cited by: While JP puts large-scale combat operations along the entire spectrum of the conflict continuum, Field Manual (FM) , Operations, actually describes it as situated “at the far right of the conflict continuum and associated with war.” 2 A comparison of each publication’s version displays obvious differing viewpoints on the topic (see. A slightly different methodology is employed in the International Water Cooperation and Conflict (IRCC) database (Kalbhenn and Bernauer ), which results in a larger number of recorded events. 1. Aligning hospitals, physicians and other providers across the continuum of care to improve access to and quality of care. 2. Utilizing evidence-based practices to improve quality and patient safety. 3. Improving efficiency through productivity and financial management. 4.

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