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In this newly updated, enriched edition, the authors have retained the primary content of their previous text while making significant changes to the manner in which they present and organize the materials. The result is a timely, current publication that has been effectively streamlined without any sacrifice in important substance.
The new edition provides:
(1) Important updates to relevant mediation case law;
(2) A rich description of the social and legal strands that shaped the development of contemporary dispute resolution theory and practice;
(3) Comprehensive new study materials and discussion questions examining ethical issues for mediators;
(4) State-of-the-art analyses of the advocate’s role in mediation; and
(5) Expanded treatment of how the mediation process is used to deal with major societal problems.
The revised teacher’s manual (available in Fall 2013) significantly expands the number of simulation exercises that reflect these broad-based themes.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Historical Context and Conceptual Framework
Chapter 2 Negotiation
Chapter 3 Mediation Process and Skills
Chapter 4 Mediator Roles, Orientations, and Styles
Chapter 5 Confidentiality
Chapter 6 Legal Issues in Mediation
Chapter 7 Diversity, Power, and Justice
Chapter 8 Ethical Issues for Mediators
Chapter 9 The Institutionalization of Mediation in the Courts
Chapter 10 Mediation and the Lawyer as Advocate
Chapter 11 Career Directions in Mediation
App. A Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators
App. B Reporter's Notes
App. C Model Standards of Practice for Family and Divorce Mediation [Draft August 2000]
App. D Special Policy Considerations for State Regulation of Family Mediators and Court-Affiliated Programs
App. E Florida Rules for Certified and Court-Appointed Mediators
App. F Uniform Mediation Act
Table of Cases