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Negotiating strategies and skills- 1- A sociological study of the paradigms in the management of industrial relations in the Indian context - Current scenario and future directions

By: Joseph, Jerome.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1991Description: 19 p.Subject(s): Industrial relations-IndiaDDC classification: WP 1991 (983) Summary: The most fascinating areas for investigation in the field of socio economic research has been the search for gaining new insights into the structure and process of choice behaviour in the management of industrial relations. The study has been done regarding the choice making situations emerge, the behavioural patterns of the actors involved in choice making, the dynamics of the situations, the structure and process of choice making in varied contexts. The purpose of this paper is to go beyond some of the above issues and concerns to see if there are any underlying patterns in choicemaking behaviour. A paradigm for our purposes can be defined as a conceptual representation of certain phenomena which has the potential for interpreting reality as well as to guide processes leading to policies, decision and actions in any sphere of human activity. Paradigms are identifiable by their distinctive value orientations which help in defining the relationship between ends and means in the process leading to policies, decisions and actions.
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The most fascinating areas for investigation in the field of socio economic research has been the search for gaining new insights into the structure and process of choice behaviour in the management of industrial relations. The study has been done regarding the choice making situations emerge, the behavioural patterns of the actors involved in choice making, the dynamics of the situations, the structure and process of choice making in varied contexts. The purpose of this paper is to go beyond some of the above issues and concerns to see if there are any underlying patterns in choicemaking behaviour. A paradigm for our purposes can be defined as a conceptual representation of certain phenomena which has the potential for interpreting reality as well as to guide processes leading to policies, decision and actions in any sphere of human activity. Paradigms are identifiable by their distinctive value orientations which help in defining the relationship between ends and means in the process leading to policies, decisions and actions.

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