How Faculty Members Fight Matters
           Richard F. Bowman, Winona State University, MN

The core purpose of this paper is to enhance understanding of the universal dimensions 
characterizing conflict expression in the workplace:  Directness and oppositional intensity. 
Conflict expression---how colleagues express opposition verbally and nonverbally
---creates or perpetuates task, relationsship, and process conflict. Cultural context, 
together with the characteristics of the disputants, influences how interpersonal conflict 
is expressed, perceived, and reacted to.

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