The reduction of interpersonal risk: Social basis of apology
Such an act of compensation surely facilitates the victim’s forgiveness, but its mitigating effect seems to vary across cultures. The findings of Dr Komiya’s research will bring new data on how people overcome interpersonal risks*. Her result could be of interest to managers of international companies and lawyers, as well as people who are concerned with general resolutions of conflicts within and across cultures.
You would like to maintain trustful relationships? It’s never too late to apologize!
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The price of bread as a measure of urban stability
Investigating the everyday discourses and practices around bread preparation Building on these observations, Dr. Katharina Graf aims to explore in... Read more
Food Studies Centre Arts and Humanities School of Oriental and African Studies
When financial crisis strike non-democratic societies
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London School of Economics and Political Science
In a New Age of Risk, Exploring the Social Side of Uncertainty
What does all this tell us about the impact of uncertainty on society and the geopolitical climate? Traditional academic approaches... Read more