Co-Payment of a Traffic Ticket
How People Negotiate: Resolving Disputes in Different Cultures
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Guy Olivier Faure
Three Chinese families (including mine) resided near the university where we adults were going to graduate school. We got along well and often watched one another’s children during classes. For the summer break, we decided to go on a trip together, since few of us had had a chance to see the eastern part of the United States and Canada. Each family had one child, making nine people in all. Financially, the families could not afford to go separately, which was why we wanted to go as a group. We intended to share all the expenses—including auto rental and insurance, gasoline, the cost of the luggage rack, accommodation, and child care—and to take turns driving.
Springer-Science+Business Media, B.V.
child care, Chinese family, evasive behavior, group situation, summer break
Arts and Humanities | Peace and Conflict Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Yang, Honggang. (2003). Co-Payment of a Traffic Ticket. In Guy Olivier Faure (Eds.), How People Negotiate: Resolving Disputes in Different Cultures (47-49).