Journal of Business Ethics 53 (1/2):165 - 172 (2004)

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Is the Internet an appropriate medium to use when attempting to resolve conflicts over ethical issues in business? The research reported on in this paper focuses on internet versus face-to-face negotiations as a component of applied discourse ethics. Although internet negotiation has serious restrictions, it also has specific qualities. It enhances reflection and plays down emotion. Important qualities when handling complex and delicate ethical issues.
Keywords moral dialogue  negotiation ethics  face-to-face negotiations  Internet negotiations  universalism  benevolence
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DOI 10.1023/B:BUSI.0000039406.58170.67
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