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Family mediation: the development of the regulatory framework in the United Kingdom

Roberts, Marian (2012) Family mediation: the development of the regulatory framework in the United Kingdom. In: Menkel-Meadow, Carrie, (ed.) Foundations of Dispute Resolution. Complex dispute resolution. Ashgate Dartmouth, Hampshire, UK. ISBN 9780754627968

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This volume brings together leading research articles in to the theory, research findings and applications of modern dispute resolution. The articles relate to a wide variety of settings and cover the primary processes of negotiation, mediation and arbitration, as well as exploring combinations and hybridization of those processes. Also included are articles on the search for 'value-added' or 'pie-expanding' creative solutions; the choosing of strategies, based on game theory, economics and social and cognitive psychology; how foundational theories have been altered or modified, depending on contexts, and numbers of parties and issues; and what issues are raised by the 'privatization of justice'. The articles span both the 'science' and 'art' of dispute resolution, consider the relationship of peace to justice and include both empirical (descriptive) and normative (prescriptive) assessments of how these processes of dispute resolution function.

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Date Deposited: 10 Dec 2013 10:11
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