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International Negotiation Pedagogy

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This collection of articles on international negotiation pedagogy compares and contrasts a range of training methods and theories employed by scholars who teach international negotiation from different disciplinary backgrounds and in diverse institutional settings. Notwithstanding this variation, the contributors share a focus on enabling students to engage in negotiation and conflict analysis by teaching a set of core heuristics, to better understand interpersonal behavioral dynamics and learning certain interpersonal skills, and to practice negotiation and conflict analysis through the use of role plays and simulations. The contributors make different observations about the impact of students’ personal knowledge and experiences on their ability to learn negotiation skills, and have developed different ways of incorporating student backgrounds in their approaches to negotiation training. The development of more complex simulations is one way instructors are beginning to leverage student knowledge and experience to achieve pedagogical goals.

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