Author : General Books LLC,Source Wikipedia,Books, LLC
Publisher : Books LLC, Wiki Series
Release : 2011-08
ISBN : 9781157594451
Language : En, Es, Fr & De
Book Description :
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 89. Chapters: Mediation, Negotiation, Conciliation, Lawsuit, Online dispute resolution, Alternative dispute resolution, Organizational conflict, Search for Common Ground, Conflict resolution, Dispute settlement in the World Trade Organization, Protracted social conflict, George W. Taylor, Cyrus S. Ching, Cost of conflict, 1999-2002 FARC-Government peace process, Marc Gopin, Mediation in Australia, Khap, Jerusalem-Project, Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments, Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution, Credit ombudsman service, Best alternative to a negotiated agreement, Negotiation theory, Lawburrows, Suitable age and discretion, Program on Negotiation, Lawrence Brahm, Intervention, Dispute Mechanism, Complaint system, Organizational ombudsman, Polder Model, Dispute board, Participatory justice, Teen courts, Jirga, Lok Adalat, JAMS, Fair fighting, Party-directed mediation, Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, National Arbitration and Mediation, Peacemaking, Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center, Muslim Arbitration Tribunal, Dispute Settlement Body, Party participation in the mediation process, Special referee, Win-win game, National Mediation Training Registry, Family mediation, Adat, Healing the Divide, Dispute Systems Design, Spaak method, Community Boards, Memorandum of agreement, Preventive diplomacy, Kraybill Conflict Style Inventory, Newton hearing, Conflict management style, Program on Intrastate Conflict and Conflict Resolution, California Academy of Distinguished Neutrals, Civil Mediation Council, Gunnysacking, Expert determination, Two-level game theory, Dispute pyramid, Negotiated order, Watching brief, Public Advocate. Excerpt: Mediation, as used in law, is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is a way of resolving disputes between two or more parties. A third party, the mediator, assists the par...