Intergroup conflicts are deeply rooted in society, and to understand when and why parties decide to cooperate is pivotal to understanding and potentially resolving these conflicts. Hillie Aaldering distinguishes between two functions of cooperation: parochial and universal. Aldering hereby invokes different theoretical perspectives on parochial cooperation and investigates in four empirical chapters when and why individuals resort to each form of cooperation.
H. Aaldering, Parochial and Universal Cooperation in Intergroup Conflicts.
Prof. C.K.W. de Dreu
Prof. G.A. van Kleef
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