This article reexamines an earlier experiment in the use of blogs in teaching negotiation when undertaken in a different cultural environment. I briefly examine two core factors — technical competence and cultural preferences in communication — as well as a student preference to reserve the use of social media for purely social and informal communications. Parallels are also drawn with the technical and cultural contexts of developments in online dispute resolution.
negotiation, mediation, negotiation pedagogy, social networks, blogs, online dispute resolution
Using blogs in teaching negotiation: A technical and intercultural postscript. (2012). Negotiation Journal. 28, (2), 201-215. Research Collection School Of Law.
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