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Interaction patterns of social influence in crisis negotiation

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Publication date2010
Host publicationContemporary theory, research, and practice of crisis and hostage negotiation
EditorsR. Rogan, F. Lanceley
Place of publicationCresskill, NJ
PublisherHampton Press
Number of pages18
Original languageEnglish