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Conflict management style in selected CBA churches

This project measured conflict management style in selected C.B.A. churches. Appointed or elected leaders in churches affiliated with CBAmerica were participants. The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (1974) was used in this study, measuring competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding and accommodating conflict management styles. The biographical information sheet collected data relating to sex, age, length of Christian experience, length of church membership and length of leadership. The majority of leaders surveyed had been Christians for fifteen or more years. This group scored low in the competing mode, and high in the avoiding mode. This pattern was observed throughout the study
Thesis, Dissertation, English, 1999
Dallas Theological Seminary