Explorative Mediation at Work: The Importance of Dialogue for Mediation Practice by Roger Seaman

(Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)

Authors

  • Charlie Irvine Strathclyde University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/mtp.33327

Keywords:

exploratitive mediation, workplace mediation, neutrality, power, mediation models, mediation philosophy

Author Biography

Charlie Irvine, Strathclyde University

Visiting Professor and Course Leader on Strathclyde Law School's LLM/MSc in Mediation and Conflict Resolution.

References

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Lande, J. (1997) How will lawyering and mediation practices transform each other? Florida State University Law Review 24: 839–902.
Picard, C. A. and Melchin, K. R. (2007) Insight mediation: a learning-centered mediation model. Negotiation Journal 23: 35–53.
Riskin, L. L. (1996) Understanding mediators’ orientations, strategies, and techniques: a grid for the perplexed. Harvard Negotiation Law Review 1: 7–52.
Winslade, J and Monk, G. (2001) Narrative Mediation: A New Approach to Conflict Resolution. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

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Published

2017-06-16

How to Cite

Irvine, C. (2017). Explorative Mediation at Work: The Importance of Dialogue for Mediation Practice by Roger Seaman: (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). Mediation Theory and Practice, 2(1), 89–92. https://doi.org/10.1558/mtp.33327

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Book Reviews