Negotiation Journal : most recent two issues

I won’t pretend to keep up with everything being written in the ADRsphere if you will promise the same. Having confessed that, and consistent with the regret implied in that confession, I thought I would offer an easy-to-skim Table of Contents view of the last two issues of Negotiation Journal – – a publication I commend for its continued commitment to peer review and to brevity. – – MM

Negotiation Journal, Volume 36, Issue 2 (Spring 2020)
Special Issue: Critical Moments in Negotiation Revisited

Editor’s Note

Joel Cutcher‐Gershenfeld

Introduction to Special Issue: Critical Moments in Negotiation II

Daniel Druckman and Joel Cutcher‐Gershenfeld

Thirty‐Five Years of Research on Turning Points: Insights Gained and Gaps to be Filled

Daniel Druckman

What Use is a Critical Moment?

David Laws

Pivotal Events Driving Organizational and Institutional Transformation

Joel Cutcher‐Gershenfeld

Initiating Collaboration in the Midst of a Standoff: What to Do at that Critical Moment

Lawrence Susskind

Transitions from Infinite to Finite Games as Critical Moments

William A. Donohue

Learning the Wisdom to Seize the Moment: How Negotiators Encourage the Learning of Practical Wisdom for Themselves and Others

Kenneth Sharpe

Dancing Around Male Violence: The All Too Ordinary Backstory to Barshefsky’s Extra‐ordinary Practice

John Forester and Anne Kilgore

Making Connection as Critical Moves in Negotiation

Deborah M. Kolb

The Other Person’s Choices

W. Stuart, Jr.

The Power of Politeness in Negotiation: The Charlene Barshefsky Conversations

William A. Donohue

Applying Principles of Improvisation to Negotiation

Chet Harding

Critical Moments Reconsidered: When We Say Yes and When We Say No

Carrie Menkel‐Meadow

Here is an overview of the first issue published this year, which features our usual mix of articles advancing theory, practice, policy, and pedagogy:

Negotiation Journal, Volume 36, Issue 1 (Winter 2020)

Editor’s Note

Joel Cutcher‐Gershenfeld

The Luck Factor in Negotiation

Kimberlyn Leary and Michael Wheeler

The Humanitarian as Negotiator: Developing Capacity Across the Aid Sector

Rob Grace

Behind the Curtain: Syria’s 1979 Mediation in the Yemen Dispute

Su‐Mi Lee

The Art of Negotiation Exercise Design: Five Basic Principles to Produce Powerful Learning Experiences

Arvid Bell and Taylor Valley

Navigating Conflict: How Youth Handle Trouble in a High‐Poverty School

Michael Moffitt


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