Stories Mediators Tell

Author: Lela Porter Love
ISBN: 9781634256742
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"This second edition of [this title] encompasses stories from around the world.

Divorce And Family Mediation

Author: Jay Folberg
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 9781593850029
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1n the early stages of the process, the facilitative mediator must especially rely on
his or her ability to connect with each party, establish rapport, and explain the
process in terms that make sense to both participants. Helping People Tell Their
Story At some point in family mediation, people usually need to tell their story. lf
people do not tell their story, the context for problem solving does not get clearly
established and the emotional and cognitive aspects of the situation are not be ...


Author: Carrie J Menkel-Meadow
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454818875
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The Practice of Mediation: A VideoIntegrated Text. Austin: Wolters ... “Privatizing
Same-Sex 'Marriage' Through Alternative Dispute Resolution: Community-
Enhancing Versus Community-Enabling Mediation,” 44 UCLA L. Rev. 1687. ...
321. GALTON, Eric, and Lela P. LOVE (2012). Stories Mediators Tell. Chicago:
ABA, Section of Dispute Resolution. GALTON, Eric, and Tracie McFadden
BURNS, eds. (1993). Mediation: A Texas Practice Guide. Dallas: Texas Lawyer
Press. GANDHI ...

Victims And Restorative Justice

Author: Inge Vanfraechem
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135092915
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of mediation: recognition and empowerment. At the beginning of this session the
two mediators face each other, while the two partners remain also on opposite
sides, each sitting next to their mediator. The mediators tell each other what they
have heard during the previous single talks: the story of the relationship, the story
of suffering violence and of acting violent, of threatening, hitting, constraining the
other's freedom. Thus they mirror the stories they have been told and present
these ...

The Sage Handbook Of Conflict Communication

Author: John G. Oetzel
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1452261636
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Narrative Mediation In a recent book, Winslade and Monk (2000) described a
process they term narrative mediation that concentrates on using disputants'
stories to uncover key relational issues that prevent individuals from addressing
the conflict themselves. Disputants tell many stories associated with their
disputes. The narrative approach seeks to use these stories to uncover how
disputants are creating their disparate realities. Identifying these individual needs
and interests by ...

The Commercial Mediator S Handbook

Author: Cyril Chern
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1317663462
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Stories are generally told for a reason and generally are infused with moral
content as a way of proving a point or moving an agenda forward.22 Indeed, as
was pointed out by the well-known author Isabel Allende, 'What is truer than truth
?' she asked. The answer, she says, is 'the story . . .'.23 Indeed, we all tell stories
for entertainment, to educate others, to get our point of view heard and
understood, and most often in a mediation setting to gain the moral high ground,
that is, I am right ...

Mediation Law And Practice

Author: David Spencer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316582779
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The paradox of neutrality is that from within the existing rhetoric of “impartiality”
and “equidistance,” neutrality implies detachment; yet in practice it requires the
mediators' proactive (and political) involvement. . . . Conclusion Mediation is a
highly political process. It is composed of stories, narratives, that seldom call
attention to the fact that they provide an interpretive framework for knowing the
world; stories masquerade as representing a world that, in fact, they are in the
process of ...

How To Make Money As A Mediator And Create Value For Everyone

Author: Jeffrey Krivis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118046994
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Instead of using hard facts, they often base their decision on intangibles—your
reputation as a closer, the personal impression you make, your “buzz.” As Rod
Max says, “It begins before you start. If you don't have a reputation for trust, fair
judgment, the knowledge of the process, you're not going to get anywhere. Some
big companies hire dozens of mediators, but the truth is that mediation is a
personalized thing: 'I want Rod Max, not Joe Schmo.' ” If you give people a great
story to tell ...


Author: Carrie J Menkel-Meadow
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454818913
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Stories Mediators Tell. Washington DC: ABA Press. GASTIL, John & Peter
LEVINE, eds. (2005). The Deliberative Democracy Handbook. San Francisco:
Jossey-Bass. GAUTHIER, David (1986). Morals by Agreement. Oxford:
Clarendon Press. GIFFORD, Donald G. (1985). “A Context-Based Theory of
Strategy Selection in Legal Negotiation,” 46 Ohio St. L.J. 41. ____ (1987). “The
Synthesis of Legal Counseling and Negotiation Models: Preserving Client-
Centered Advocacy in the ...


Author: Kathy Domenici
Publisher: Waveland Press
ISBN: 1478608560
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Empowerment in Conflict Management, Second Edition Kathy Domenici,
Stephen W. Littlejohn. Ideally, the length of speaking time should be bal— anced
for each party's opening statement. Five to ten minutes each can give parties
enough time to present a picture of the problem. If one party seems to be taking
too long, the mediator can courteously ask him or her to summarize. If one party
does not say much, the mediator can encourage the person to tell more of the
story by asking, ...