Essays Inspired by the Work of Morton Deutsch
Inspired by the groundbreaking work of Morton Deutsch, a pioneer in applied social psychology. The contributors--all authorities in their fields and former students or colleagues of Deutsch--include leading thinkers from schools and departments of sociology, psychology, education, and management, with expertise ranging from labor relations to school-based conflict resolution to cooperative education programs and business policy. Each chapter focuses on one of the three areas of Deutsch's work--conflict, cooperation, and justice--with a commentary by Deutsch himself concluding each section. This volume is both a tribute to the work of Deutsch and a cross-disciplinary contribution to theory and practice in conflict, cooperation, and justice--with applications that cut across business, community, political, and other social groups.