Communication apprehension and contract negotiations
Batt, Daniel C.
Thomas, Gail Fann
Lamm, David V.
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Little research exists in the area of the effects of CA on contract negotiations. This study explores communication apprehension as it relates to contract negotiations. First, it identifies levels of communication apprehension among contract negotiators. Second, it identifies the variables that affect one's CA level prior to and during contract negotiations those factors or situations that raise or lower one's CA level including preparation, technical support, changes, and opponents' attitude. Third, it identifies how to assist those with a high CA level by citing various techniques used to lower one's CA level.
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