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A tanulmány az eredmény, a folyamat és a kapcsolatok idői kiterjedésének a szempontjai segítségével veti össze az igazságosságkutatásnak, az együttműködés-versengéskutatásnak és a hatalomgyakorlás kutatásának néhány meghatározó eredményét. Rámutat arra a mindhárom kutatási területen jelentkező összefüggésre, hogy a hosszú időperspektívával rendelkező kapcsolatokban a normatartó folyamatelemeket hordozó viselkedés az eredményes, úgy egyénileg, mint közösségi szinten. A tanulmány elemzi a kutatási stratégiák különbözőségét (strukturális, csereelméleti alapokon nyugvó viselkedéses kutatások versus kérdőívben történő önbeszámolók, illetve reprezentációkat, asszociációkat vizsgáló kutatások), s amellett érvel, hogy a különböző kutatási stratégiákat követő fölfogásoknak érdemes egymásban olyan partnereket látnia, akik a jelenség minél teljesebb megértéséhez visznek közel.

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