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Module Six Research Assignment Public Sector Labor Relations

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Loschelder, D. D., & Trotschel, R. (2010). Overcoming the competitiveness of an intergroup
context: Third-party intervention in intergroup negotiations. Group Processes and Intergroup
Relations, 13(6), 795-815. doi:10.1177/1368430210374482
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Module Six Research Assignment
Summary of the Article
Negotiations are complex processes that are informed by distinct personal, group, and
intergroup relations. That notwithstanding, there are varied third-party intervention strategies that
are critical in resolving challenges associated with the dynamic process. Such processes are
intricately evaluated in an article by Loschelder and Trotschel (2010).
From the onset, the article establishes that there are specific impairments that are
affiliated with negotiations. These align with key negotiation tactics that include collaboration
and competition. For example, the article argues that distributive negotiation is characterized by
competition for value within intergroup bargaining. These cumulatively impact the perception of
competition among independent team members alongside negotiation outcomes (p. 797).
In contrast, the integrative negotiation framework is touted to characterize collaboration
in the quest for equity in negotiation outcomes. That, therefore, has a classic impact on third-
party interventions. For example, study 2, established that the use of mediation-arbitration has no
significant effects in collaborative groups.
In contrast, study 1, established that third-party negotiations in form of mediation
arbitrations were significant in instituting control among parties and cumulatively quelling
competitiveness. Such efficacies are anchored in the parties’ lack of decision control. Loschelder
and Trotschel (2010) argue that the process’s effectiveness is anchored in arbitrators’ ability to
dictate the settlement of disputes (p. 797).
Evaluation of the Article
Objectively, the article critiques how groups deploy different negotiation tactics as well
as their sequential impact on the bargaining process. These have a sustained impact on reduced

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1 Loschelder, D. D., & Trotschel, R. (2010). Overcoming the competitiveness of an intergroup context: Third-party intervention in intergroup negotiations. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 13(6), 795-815. doi:10.1177/1368430210374482 Student’s Name Institution Affiliation Course Name Instructor’s Name Date 2 Module Six Research Assignment Summary of the Article Negotiations are complex processes that are informed by distinct personal, group, and intergroup relations. That notwithstanding, there are varied third-party intervention strategies that are critical in resolving challenges associated with the dynamic process. Such processes are intricately evaluated in an article by Loschelder and Trotschel (2010). From the onset, the article establishes that there are specific impairments that are affiliated with negotiations. These align with key negotiation tactics that include collaboration and competition. For example, the article argues that distributive negotiation is characterized by competition for value within intergroup bargaining. These cumulatively impact the perception of competition among independent team members alongside negotiation outcomes (p. 797). In co ...
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