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Marital Conflict and Satisfaction - The Moderating Effect of Conflict-Coping Strategies (부부갈등과 결혼만족도 - 갈등대처방식의 조절효과)

  • Kim, Yeong-Hee;Jeong, Sun-Young
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.25 no.5
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    • pp.65-82
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    • 2007
  • This study investigated the moderating effects of conflict-coping strategies between marital conflict and satisfaction according to gender and marital period. The subjects of this study were 178 couples from Cheongju who have been married less than fourteen years. For husbands and wives who have been married less than 7 years, nothing moderated the interaction between marital conflict and satisfaction. However, for husbands who have been married between 8 and 14 years, their conflict withdrawal moderated the interaction between marital conflict and satisfaction. For their wives, their conflict-expression strategy and their husbands' conflict-expression strategy moderated the interaction between marital conflict and satisfaction.

The influences of work-family conciliation strategies on work-family conflict and enrichment in dual-earner couples who live in Daegu with children (대구광역시에 거주하는 맞벌이부부의 일-가족조정전략이 일-가족 갈등과 일-가족 향상에 미치는 영향)

  • Jang, Yoon-Ok;Jeong, Seo-Leen
    • Korean Family Resource Management Association
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.73-93
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the influences of work-family conciliation strategies on work-family conflict and enrichment in dual-earner couples who live in Daegu with children. The subjects of this study were 176 dual-earner couples, who have under 16 youngest children and work over 15 hours each week. The research tool was questionnaires. For data analysis, factor analysis, Cronbach ${\alpha}$, paired t-test and multiple regression were performed. The main results of this study were as following. First, there were significant differences in management and planning skill strategy, work-family conflict and enrichment according to gender. Second, positive attitudes strategy toward multiple responsibilities, wives use, had an influence on work${\rightarrow}$family conflict in wives. Also, partner coping, management and planning skill, and positive attitudes strategy, wives use, and management and planning skill strategy, husbands use, had an influence on family${\rightarrow}$work conflict in wives. And management and planning skill and professional adjustment strategy, husbands use, had an influence on family${\rightarrow}$work conflict in husbands. work-family conciliation strategies had no influence on work${\rightarrow}$family conflict. Third, positive attitudes strategy toward multiple responsibilities, wives use, had an influence on work${\rightarrow}$family enrichment in wives. Also, partner coping strategy, wives use, and management and planning skill strategy, husbands use, had an influence on family${\rightarrow}$work enrichment in wives. And positive attitudes strategy toward multiple responsibilities, husbands use, had an influence on work${\rightarrow}$family enrichment in husbands. Also management and planning skill strategy, wives use, and partner coping, professional adjustment and management and planning skill strategy had an influence on family${\rightarrow}$work enrichment in husbands.

Analysis of Disaster Conflict and Strategies of Conflict Management -Focusing on Case of Hebei Spirit Oil Spill Accident- (재난갈등의 분석과 갈등관리 전략 -허베이 스피리트호 기름유출사고 사례를 중심으로-)

  • Park, Tae-Soon;Yang, Gi-Geun
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.9 no.12
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    • pp.303-313
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    • 2009
  • The purpose of this study is to suggest the analysis of disaster conflict and strategies of Conflict Management based on Case of Hebei Spirit Oil Spill Accident. For accomplishing the purpose, we analyzed process and features of conflict in area of Taean after disaster. When we overview literature study about conflict research of korea society, we know that we have no studying disaster conflict in spite of important cause of regional society conflict. Recently, we have been experienced major disaster every year. When disaster such as Case of Hebei Spirit Oil Spill Accident occurred, it is accompanied with a conflict in disaster area. So, we argue that it is important to analyzed disaster conflict and propose strategies of Conflict Management.

Improving the National Conflict Management System in Korea - Trucker's Strike in 2003 as Complex Conflict - (국가갈등관리의 효율화 방안 - 화물연대파업을 중심으로 -)

  • Byun, Sung-Soo;Lee, Jae-Eun
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.195-203
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    • 2009
  • This article aims to derive problems of the national conflict management from analyzing aggravation and spread stage in conflict process and to improve the national conflict management. For achieving the purpose, this article deals with sources of conflict, conflict damage, conflict management institutions, conflict management strategies, and the obstacles of conflict management as the domain of policy target in the national conflict management. This paper, also, analyzes the trucker's strike in 2003 as a complex conflict. Finally, the improvement of national conflict management needs to establish the specialized organization for conflict management, to develop indicators and manuals according to conflict stage and environment.

Analyzing the Negotiation Process for the Adoption of Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing Arising from their Utilization using the Conflict Management Process (갈등 관리 프로세스에 의한 ABS협상의 갈등 사례 분석)

  • Min, Seo-Jeong;Lee, Gwan-Gyu;Kim, Joon-Soon
    • Journal of Environmental Policy
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.3-19
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    • 2011
  • Nagoya Protocol designed to establish criteria about material trade of biological genetic resources(ABS) was adopted in the 10th conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity. In the course of the negotiation for adoption of the protocol, there was conflict between developed and developing countries, resource-rich and poor countries, and multinational corporations and environmentalists. This study investigates conflict process, subjects, issues and major factors in the negotiation case, and analyzes the negotiation by using the Conflict Management Process. To develope conflict management strategies for various conflict cases, we examine previous studies and analyze the intersectional conflict factors of this case and general cases, such as Fundamental side, Resource-allocation side, and Communication/Information-sharing side. These analyses of conflict prevention/resolution of the ABS negotiation show the importance of building mutual trust among stakeholders, enhancing mediator training, and constructing appropriate legislative/policy systems for successful conflict management.

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Conflict Levels in Indian IT and Manufacturing Sectors: A Comparative Study

  • Bhat, Aruna B.;Rangnekar, Santosh;Barua, Mukesh Kumar
    • Journal of Information Technology Applications and Management
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.1-18
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    • 2012
  • The present study highlights the conflict management levels in Indian manufacturing and Information Technology (IT) sectors. Nearly 110 samples from different organizations of manufacturing and IT have been collected using convenient sampling technique. Standardised scale on Organisational Conflict developed by Dhar U. and Dhar S. [2003] has been used which consists of twenty items on a four point scale. The study has shown that miscommunication at organizational level has been a reason for conflict in manufacturing organizations whereas intrinsic motivation at organizational as well as individual level has been found a reason for conflict in IT sector. The study bears implications for HR managers to develop policies and conflict management strategies so as to deal with the situations constructively at a particular level of conflict.

A Study on the Home Management Behavior in Employed Wives' Families Based on a System's Approach (체계론적 관점에서 본 취업주부가정의 가정관리행동 연구 -갈등 관리 행동을 중심으로-)

  • Choi, Ho-Sook;Moon, Sook-Jae
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.75-94
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    • 1992
  • The purpose of this study was to provide for the appropriate conflict management strategies to employed wives by investigation casual relations of conflict, resources, home management behavior and managerial satisfaction by applying a system's approach. The data were collected through the questionnaire whose respondent were 388 employed wives. The data were analyzed by various statistical methods such as Frequency, Percentage, ANOVA, F-test, T-test, Pearsons' correlation analysis, Multiple Regression analysis, Path analysys. The results of this study are as follows : 1) Input variables, throughput variables, output variables had differences significantly according to the family life cycle. The employed wives' families which are former term of the family life cycle used more appropriate conflict management strategies than latter term of FLC. That is, the employed wives' families which are former term of FLC had more abundant resources such as cohesive power of family, interaction with relatives, social support, had higher planning score, used more frequent structural management strategies. But, the managerial satisfaction had no differences. 2) For the relation of input variables and throughput variables, the more resources, the lower conflict is the higher planning, implementing score, structural management score. For the relation of throughput variables, the higher planning, implementing, structural management score is the higher managerial satisfaction score. For the relation of input variables and output variables, the more resources, the lower conflict is the higher managerial satisfaction, besides objective and material resource, subjective and psychological resource had influence. 4) among all variables affecting the managerial satisfaction, the commition of housework, cohesive power of family, wives' occupational level had indirect effect on managerial satisfaction through structural managemenet. Only the income had direct effect on managerial satisfaction.

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The Relationships of Role-Conflict and Role-Overload, Coping Strategies, and Stress Response of Clerical Workers (사무직 근로자의 역할 관련 스트레스 요인과 대처전략, 스트레스 반응간의 관계)

  • Kim, Jeong Hee;Kim, Souk Young
    • Korean Journal of Occupational Health Nursing
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.56-67
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    • 1999
  • This study was designed to identify the relationships of role-conflict and role-overload, coping strategies, and stress response of clerical workers. The subjects were 115 clerical workers from two company. The instruments were the role-conflict and role-overload scale developed by Lee(1989), coping scale developed by Latack(1986), and the stress response scale developed by Chang(1993). Analysis of data was done by descriptive statistics, Cronbach's $\alpha$, Pearson correlation coefficietnt, ANOVA. The results of this study were summarized as follows ; 1. The average score for the level of stress response was $83.6({\pm}9.1)$. The high risk stress group was 86.1% of the clerical workers, the latent stress group members was 13.9%, and healthy group was 0%. The overall stress level was very high. 2. Considering the coping strategies by sociodemographic factors, the use of control coping strategies showed significant differences by work-time. The use of symptom management coping strategies showed significant differences by sex, age, married status, year of career, pay, and type of work. The organizational coping strategies showed significant differences by year of education and type of work. 3. The clerical workers who had worked below 44 hours per week complained significantly lower stress response(F=4.942, p<.05). 4. Above 65% of all respondents answered that they needed all of organizational level coping strategies. 5. The role-confilct positively related to escape and organizational level coping strategies(r=.562, r=.495, p<.05). The role-overload didn't related to individual level coping strategies, but positively related to organizational level coping strategies(r=.320, p<.05). 6. The control coping strategies and the escape coping strategies positively related to symptom management, organizational level coping strategies(r=.409, r=.324, r=.316, r=.339, p<.05). 7. The relationship between role-related stress and stress response revealed positive correlation(r=.482, r=.431, p<.05), and the relationship between stress response and control, symptom management coping strategies revealed negative cor-relation(r=-.3204, r=-.3146, p<.05). In conclusion, this study revealed that relationship of role related stress, coping strategies, stress response was statistically significant. The result of this study support that coping strategies vary across situation of stress. Based on survey results, future studies should consider coping strategies in specific stress situation and concept of symptom management coping strategy. Also organizational or training interventions could be developed and initiate to help to increase the use of adaptive coping strategies in light of individual and situational differences.

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Effects of Parent-Adolescent Communication, Adolescent's Self-Esteem and Strategies in Peer Conflict Situations on Satisfaction with Peer Relationships among Korean Adolescents (청소년이 지각한 부모-자녀간 의사소통과 자아존중감, 친구간 갈등해결전략이 교우만족도에 미치는 영향)

  • Choi, Yu-Jin;Yoo, Gye-Sook
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.59-75
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    • 2007
  • This study investigates the effects of parent-adolescent communication, adolescent self-esteem, and strategies in peer conflict situations on the satisfaction of adolescents with their peer relationships. The subjects included students attending a girls' and a boys' middle school in Gongju City. Random sampling was used to pick a class from each of the three grades in the schools. 233 students, who's both parents were living, were used in the final analysis in an effort to examine the impacts of student communication with parents on student satisfaction with their friends. The findings were as follows: the subjects most often used the yielding type of conflict-resolving strategy, followed by the cooperating, compromising, dominating, and avoiding strategy-type. The girls showed a higher level of parent-child communication than the boys. Girls had high self-esteem and mostly adopted the cooperating type of conflict-resolving strategies, followed by the yielding, compromising, dominating and avoiding strategy-type. The boys mostly employed the yielding strategy type followed by the cooperating, compromising, dominating, and avoiding strategy-types. The results indicate that the satisfaction level with friends was high among those who used the avoiding strategy-type less and yielding strategy-type more. Girls were found to have high self-esteem and engaged in communication with their parents. The compromising, cooperating, and dominating types of conflict-resolving strategies did not exercise significant influences on their satisfaction with friends.

The Effects of Conflict Resolution Strategies on Relationship Learning and Performance (갈등해결전략이 관계학습과 성과에 미치는 영향)

  • Noh, Won-Hee;Song, Young-Wook
    • Journal of Distribution Research
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.93-113
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    • 2012
  • Early conflict research in channel and organization area have focused on the definition of conflict construct, its cause, consequence and identified conflict resolution management. Recent studies about conflict, however, have explored new assumption of complexity, a multidimensional conflict construct, contextual conflict management strategies, positive and negative conflict/consequence, and the conflict resolution strategy. Although many literatures exists on channel conflict resolution, little research has been done about relationship learning and performance from conflict resolution perspective. This study explores how channel members can achieve a relationship learning, as a conflict resolution mechanism, which enhance co-created value in marketing channel relationship. Therefore we propose that conflict resolution strategies(collaborating behavior and avoiding behavior) influence channel performance(effectiveness and efficiency) through relationship learning processes(learning via information exchange, joint interpretation and coordination, relationship-specific knowledge memory), in view of buyer-seller relationship. The research model is shown at

    . A total of twelve hypotheses were established through prior studies dealing with conflict and relationship marketing theory. Then we drove conceptual research model. For the purpose of empirical testing, we managed to obtain the list of suppliers of 24 retailers from 5 retailer formats, such as department store, discount store, convenience store, TV home-shopping and internet shopping mall. They were asked to respond to the survey via face-to-face interview conducted by a professional research company. During the one month period of June 2009, we were able to collect data form 490 suppliers. The respondent were restricted to direct dealing authorities and manager with at least three months of dealing experience with retailers. Structural equation modeling on the basis of the results of survey were done to analyze. As a result, eight among twelve hypotheses were supported. The analysis result indicated that collaborating behavior had positive effect on three forms of relationship learning, but avoiding behavior has negative effect on only information exchange. Joint interpretation and coordination, relationship-specific knowledge memory had positive effect on relationship performances, but information exchange had no effect on performances. The results support our basic thesis that the use of conflict resolution strategies have different effect on developing relationship learning, which leads to channel performances. In particular, collaborating behavior is positively related to relationship learning, and avoidance behavior is negatively related to information exchange. Relationship learning is partially contributed to channel performance.

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