Dynamic Processes of Crisis Negotiation: Theory, Research, and Practice


This edited collection offers a comprehensive examination of theory, research, and practice in crisis (hostage) negotiation from the perspectives of communication, law enforcement, psychology, sociology, and criminology. The volume identifies promising conceptual frameworks for the development of research on crisis negotiation. This book is also useful to crisis negotiation trainers and leaders in law enforcement who are searching for insight beyond anecdotal stories and who recognize the need for more rigorous application of behavioral science to the practice of crisis negotiation.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Mitchell R. Hammer
  • Clinton R. Van Zandt
  • Randall G. Rogan
  • Nancy Bohl
  • Deanna F. Womack
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1997


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