How to mediate

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () The guaranteed resolution on effective and adapted terms (the great process): a new hybrid dispute resolution process for guaranteeing a solution and resolving disputes efficiently [u]
  2. () Conflict coaching fundamentals: working with conflict stories [i] [d]
  3. () From multiperspective to contextual integrative thinking in adulthood: considerations on theorisation of adult thinking and its place as a component of wisdom [i] [d]
  4. () The Rashomon effect in the perception of coaching sessions and what this means for the evaluation of the quality: a grounded theory study [d]
  5. () Remedy without diagnosis: how to optimize results by leveraging the appropriate dispute resolution and shared decision-making process [u]
  6. () Seeing from all sides [i] [d]
  7. () Complex thinking as a result of incongruent information exposure [d]
  8. () Wisdom over justice [o] [u]
  9. () From hell, no to yes, and: applied improvisation for training in conflict resolution, mediation, and law [i] [d]
  10. () Faces of moderation: the art of balance in an age of extremes [i] [d]
  11. () Digital justice: technology and the internet of disputes [i] [d]
  12. () Creating great choices: a leader's guide to integrative thinking [i]
  13. () Fostering dialogue: exploring the therapists' discursive contributions in a couple therapy [i] [d]
  14. Katalien Bollen, Martin C. Euwema, & Lourdes Munduate [ed] () Advancing workplace mediation through integration of theory and practice [i] [d]
  15. () Decriminalizing violence: a critique of restorative justice and proposal for diversionary mediation [u]
  16. () Varieties of fairness and procedural cultures: a comparative discussion [d]
  17. () On online collaboration and construction of shared knowledge: assessing mediation capability in computer supported argument visualization tools [d]
  18. () Practising insight mediation [i]
  19. () Constructive controversy: theory, research, practice [i] [d]
  20. () The conflict paradox: seven dilemmas at the core of disputes [i]
  21. () Ordering proof: beyond adversarial and inquisitorial trial structures [u]
  22. Tom Woodhouse, Hugh Miall, Oliver Ramsbotham, & Christopher Mitchell [ed] () The contemporary conflict resolution reader [i]
  23. () Cognitive capital: investing in teacher quality [i]
  24. () Conflict 101: hot, cold, or just right? [or: To resolve a conflict, first decide: is it hot or cold?] [u]
  25. () False polarization: debiasing as applied social epistemology [d] [j]
  26. () Behavioral and emotional dynamics of two people struggling to reach consensus about a topic on which they disagree [p] [d]
  27. () The fog of peace: human face of conflict resolution [i] [d]
  28. () Organizing anarchy: the food security–biodiversity–climate crisis and the genesis of rural land use planning in the developing world [d]
  29. () Judgmental biases in conflict resolution and how to overcome them [i]
  30. () Resolution of an impasse at a network meeting: dialogical sequence analysis of the use of a shared formulation [d]
  31. () Deconstruct and superstruct: examining bias across the legal system [u]
  32. () Overlap your stories [u]
  33. () The dance of opposites: explorations in mediation, dialogue and conflict resolution systems [i]
  34. () I hate you, but we can work it out: dealing with anger issues in mediation [o]
  35. Jan Marie Fritz [ed] () Moving toward a just peace: the mediation continuum [i] [d]
  36. () Exploring the significance of emotion for mediation practice [d]
  37. () The reflexive turn: the rise of first-person ethnography [d]
  38. () Teaching contested narratives: identity, memory, and reconciliation in peace education and beyond [i] [d]
  39. () Common principles of couple therapy [p] [d]
  40. () Not in my watershed! Will increased federal supervision really bring better coordination between land use and water planning? [d]
  41. Carrie J. Menkel-Meadow [ed] () Foundations of dispute resolution [i]
  42. () The mediation dilemma [i] [d] [j]
  43. () Emergent organization in the dialogical self: evolution of a 'both' ethnic identity position [d] [u]
  44. () Don't advocate from a position of hate [or anger/aggression] [u]
  45. () Creating dialogic contexts for multidisciplinary clinical reviews: the reflecting team process [d]
  46. () The psychology of negotiation and mediation [i] [d]
  47. () Argumentation in dispute mediation: a reasonable way to handle conflict [i] [d]
  48. () Analyzing framing processes in conflicts and communication by means of logical argument mapping [i] [u]
  49. () Personality, leader behavior, and overdoing it [d]
  50. () Grounding human rights in a pluralist world [i] [j]
  51. () Learning through deepening conversations: a key strategy of insight mediation [d]
  52. () Rethinking conflict: perspectives from the insight approach [d]
  53. () The effects of neutral, evaluative, and pressing mediator strategies [d]
  54. () Beyond reduction and pluralism: toward an epistemology of explanatory integration in biology [d] [j]
  55. () Peacemaking in the culture war between gay rights and religious liberty [u]
  56. () Dealing with dilemmas: where business analytics fall short [i] [d]
  57. () Fairness, understanding, and satisfaction: impact of mediator and participant race and gender on participants' perception of mediation [d]
  58. () Reasoning about social conflicts improves into old age [p] [d]
  59. () Foundations of mediation training: a literature review of adult education and training design [d]
  60. () Four ways of looking at a lawsuit: how lawyers can use the cognitive frameworks of mediation [u]
  61. () Facilitating conflict transformation: mediator strategies for eliciting emotional communication in a workplace conflict [d]
  62. () Assessing flexible leadership as a mastery of opposites [d]
  63. () Transforming violent conflict: radical disagreement, dialogue and survival [i] [d]
  64. () 'We share the same biology...': cultivating cross-cultural empathy and global ethics through multilingualism [d]
  65. () Embodied interdisciplinarity: what is the role of polymaths in environmental research? [d]
  66. () Meeting in the middle: desirable but not easy [d]
  67. () Evolution of co-management: role of knowledge generation, bridging organizations and social learning [d]
  68. () Addressing partisan perceptions [i] [u]
  69. () Mediation by any other name would smell as sweet—or would it?: the struggle to define mediation and its various approaches [d]
  70. (/2013) Mediation and meditation: the deeper middle way [i] [u]
  71. () Putting perspectives into participation: constructive conflict methodology for problem structuring in stakeholder dialogues [i] [u]
  72. () Dealing with differences: dramas of mediating public disputes [i]
  73. () Bridging the theory-and-practice gap: mediator power in practice [d]
  74. () The role of spirituality in the mediation process [d]
  75. () Lurching toward theory: the case of case study research in conflict mediation [d] [u]
  76. () Cross-movement coalition formation: bridging the labor–environment divide [d]
  77. () The funny thing about mediation: a rationale for the use of humor in mediation [u]
  78. Todd L. Pittinsky [ed] () Crossing the divide: intergroup leadership in a world of difference [i]
  79. () What makes parties trust mediators? [d]
  80. () Awareness and ethics in dispute resolution and law: why mindfulness tends to foster ethical behavior [u]
  81. () The dilemma of the vengeful client: a prescriptive framework for cooling the flames of anger [u]
  82. () Building trust with parties: are mediators overdoing it? [d]
  83. () Who brings which peace?: neutral versus biased mediation and institutional peace arrangements in civil wars [d]
  84. () Mediation: skills and techniques [i]
  85. () Peacemaking circles & urban youth: bringing justice home [i]
  86. (/2015) Conflict revolution: designing preventative solutions for chronic social, economic and political conflicts [or: Conflict revolution: mediating evil, war, injustice and terrorism: how mediators can help save the planet] [i]
  87. () 'Every day and in every way we are all becoming meta and meta', or how communitarian bargaining theory conquered the world (of bargaining theory) [u]
  88. () It's all your fault!: 12 tips for managing people who blame others for everything [i]
  89. () Challenging conflict: mediation through understanding [i]
  90. () Mediation and genre [d]
  91. () Emotion, affect displacement, conflict and cooperation [i]
  92. () Peer consultation for mediators: the use of a holding environment to support mediator reflection, inquiry, and self-knowing [d]
  93. () Geography of advice seeking [d]
  94. Brandon A. Sullivan, Mark Snyder, & John L. Sullivan [ed] () Cooperation: the political psychology of effective human interaction [i]
  95. () Toward psychologies of liberation [i] [d]
  96. () Beyond ideology: dialogue [i] [d]
  97. () Retributive and restorative justice [d]
  98. () Clients' experiences of difference with therapists: sustaining faith in psychotherapy [p] [d]
  99. () Mediator neutrality: making sense of theory and practice [d]
  100. () Storytelling as a medium for balanced dialogue on conservation in Cameroon [d]
  101. () The strategic style in mediation [d]
  102. () The opposable mind: how successful leaders win through integrative thinking [i]
  103. () Moving toward sustainability: integrating social practice and material process [i] [d]
  104. () Caucus with care: the impact of pre-mediation caucuses on conflict resolution [u]
  105. (/2015) Mistakes were made (but not by me): why we justify foolish beliefs, bad decisions, and hurtful acts [i]
  106. () The power of a positive No: how to say No and still get to Yes [i]
  107. () Restorative justice: ideals and realities [i]
  108. () Caucus mediation—putting conciliation back into the process: the peacemaking approach to resolution, peace, and healing [u]
  109. Thomas E. Carbonneau, Jeanette Jaeggi, & Sandra K. Partridge [ed] () Handbook on mediation [i]
  110. () What is the middle ground, anyway? [d] [j]
  111. () Appreciating mediation's global role in promoting good governance [o] [u]
  112. () I AM being fair: the bias blind spot as a stumbling block to seeing both sides [d]
  113. () Therapeutic alliances in couple and family therapy: an empirically informed guide to practice [i] [d]
  114. () Leading through conflict: how successful leaders transform differences into opportunities [i]
  115. (/2007) Liderazgo ante la adversidad: cómo los buenos líderes transforman los conflictos en oportunidades [i]
  116. () Trust-building, knowledge generation and organizational innovations: the role of a bridging organization for adaptive comanagement of a wetland landscape around Kristianstad, Sweden [d] [j]
  117. Margaret S. Herrman [ed] () The Blackwell handbook of mediation: bridging theory, research, and practice [i] [d]
  118. () Fostering dialogue across divides: a nuts and bolts guide from the Public Conversations Project [o]
  119. () The Medici effect: what elephants and epidemics can teach us about innovation [i]
  120. () 3-D negotiation: powerful tools to change the game in your most important deals [i]
  121. () The leaf of goals: the use of a metaphor in conflict management [u]
  122. (/2013) Mediation: practice, policy, and ethics [i]
  123. () Always separate, always connected: independence and interdependence in cultural contexts of development [i] [d]
  124. () The art of connecting: how to overcome differences, build rapport, and communicate effectively with anyone [i]
  125. () Evaluating deliberative and analytical methods for the resolution of environmental conflicts [d]
  126. () Breaking through: essays, journals, and travelogues of Edward F. Ricketts [i] [d] [j]
  127. () Knowing yourself: mindfulness [in negotiation and mediation] [i]
  128. () Geographies, spatial concepts and mediating imaginations: on justification of translation in ex-centric human geography [u]
  129. () Manager as mediator: developing a conflict-positive organization [i] [d]
  130. () Reconciling different voices—developing as an integrative scientist practitioner [d]
  131. () Party-directed mediation: pushing the envelope in interpersonal disputes [u]
  132. () Mediation, conciliation, and emotions: a practitioner's guide for understanding emotions in dispute resolution [i]
  133. () See Spot mediate: utilizing the emotional and psychological benefits of 'dog therapy' in victim–offender mediation [u]
  134. () Class matters: cross-class alliance building for middle-class activists [i]
  135. (/2019) Dispute resolution: beyond the adversarial model [i]
  136. (/2013) Crucial accountability: tools for resolving violated expectations, broken commitments, and bad behavior [i]
  137. () Mindfulness mediation, the cultivation of awareness, mediator neutrality, and the possibility of justice [u]
  138. () Deliberative group dynamics: power, status and affect in interactive policy making [d]
  139. () Compulsory compassion: a critique of restorative justice [i]
  140. () They both matter: reality and belief: reply [p] [d]
  141. () Emotional dynamics in restorative conferences [d]
  142. () Skill is not enough: seeking connectedness and authority in mediation [d]
  143. () Beyond neutrality: confronting the crisis in conflict resolution [i]
  144. () Hiding from humanity: disgust, shame, and the law [i] [d] [j]
  145. (/2015) Deciding on and preparing the path: convening a mediation [i]
  146. (/2015) The art and practice of mediation [i]
  147. () Bridging difference through dialogue: a constructivist perspective [d]
  148. () Moving beyond the blame game: toward a discursive approach to negotiating conflict within couple relationships [d]
  149. () Your identity zones: Who am I? Who are you? How do we get along? [i]
  150. () Neither naïve nor critical reconstruction: dispute mediators, impasse, and the design of argumentation [d]
  151. () Reaching beyond adversarial activism [i]
  152. () The tao of democracy: using co-intelligence to create a world that works for all [i]
  153. () Restorative justice: the empowerment model [i]
  154. Daniel Bowling & David A. Hoffman [ed] () Bringing peace into the room: how the personal qualities of the mediator impact the process of conflict resolution [i]
  155. () Peacemaking: practicing at the intersection of law and human conflict [i]
  156. Gloria Anzaldúa & AnaLouise Keating [ed] () This bridge we call home: radical visions for transformation [i]
  157. () Contributions of caucusing and pre-caucusing to mediation [u]
  158. () Becoming an ally: breaking the cycle of oppression in people [i]
  159. () The three person field: collaborative consultation to psychotherapy [d]
  160. () Therapeutic family mediation: helping families resolve conflict [i] [d]
  161. () What mediators do with words: implementing three models of rational discussion in dispute mediation [d]
  162. () War of the worlds: what about peace? [i]
  163. () Bridging troubled waters: conflict resolution from the heart [i]
  164. (/2012) Crucial conversations: tools for talking when stakes are high [i]
  165. () Emotional intelligence and mediation training [d]
  166. () Moral emotions in restorative justice conferences: managing shame, designing empathy [d]
  167. () The cultural mediator: bridging the gap between a non-Western community and professional social work practice [d]
  168. () Mediating dangerously: the frontiers of conflict resolution [i]
  169. () The market for social norms [d]
  170. () Mediating with heart in mind: addressing emotion in mediation practice [d]
  171. () Peace skills: a manual for community mediators [i]
  172. () Mediation career guide: a strategic approach to building a successful practice [i]
  173. () Putting something in the middle: an approach to dialogue [o]
  174. () Mediating family disputes in a world with domestic violence: how to devise a safe and effective court-connected mediation program [u]
  175. () Love's revolution: interracial marriage [i]
  176. () Racial identity development and the mediation of conflicts [i]
  177. () Friendly alternatives to the argumentative essay [u]
  178. () Reaching for higher ground in conflict resolution: tools for powerful groups and communities [i]
  179. Ann Florini [ed] () The third force: the rise of transnational civil society [i] [j]
  180. () Constructing psychopathology from a cognitive narrative perspective [i] [d]
  181. () The making of a mediator: developing artistry in practice [i]
  182. () Mediation and feminism: common values and challenges [d]
  183. () Beyond winning: negotiating to create value in deals and disputes [i]
  184. Robert A. Neimeyer & Jonathan D. Raskin [ed] () Constructions of disorder: meaning-making frameworks for psychotherapy [i] [d]
  185. () Adversarial and non-adversarial thinking [i]
  186. () Emotion, alienation, and narratives: resolving intractable conflict [d]
  187. () Coalitions across the class divide: lessons from the labor, peace, and environmental movements [i] [d] [j]
  188. () What it means to be sorry: the power of apology in mediation [d]
  189. (/2009) Manage conflict through negotiation and mediation [i] [d]
  190. () Guidelines for victim-sensitive victim–offender mediation: restorative justice through dialogue [o] [u]
  191. () Alcanzar la paz: diez caminos para resolver conflictos en la casa, el trabajo y el mundo [i]
  192. () Narrative mediation: a new approach to conflict resolution [i]
  193. () Mediation: entry point not destination [o]
  194. () Advising clients to apologize [u]
  195. () Reformulating dispute narratives through active listening [d]
  196. () The role of the neutral in intra-orgamzational mediation: in support of active neutrality [d]
  197. () Difficult conversations: how to discuss what matters most [i]
  198. (/2000) The third side: why we fight and how we can stop [or: Getting to peace: transforming conflict at home, at work, and in the world] [i]
  199. () The bridge over the racial divide: rising inequality and coalition politics [i] [d] [j]
  200. () Dialogical community: the third way between individualism and collectivism [i]
  201. () A draft for unifying controversies in philosophy of science [d] [j]
  202. () A balance theory of wisdom [d]
  203. () A narrative approach to the practice of mediation [d]
  204. () A developmental perspective on psychotherapy process, psychotherapists' expertise, and 'meaning-making conflict' within therapeutic relationships: part II: dialectical thinking and psychotherapeutic expertise: implications for training psychotherapists and protecting clients from 'theoretical abuse' [d] [u]
  205. () A developmental perspective on psychotherapy process, psychotherapists' expertise, and 'meaning-making conflict' within therapeutic relationships: part I: a dialectical-constructivist view of human development, psychotherapy, and the dynamics of meaning-making conflict within therapeutic relationships [d]
  206. () Agent of change: my life, my practice [i]
  207. () The public dimension of scientific controversies [d]
  208. () A schema polarity model for case conceptualization, intervention, and research [d]
  209. () Coalescent argumentation [i]
  210. () The role of apology in mediation [u]
  211. Burt Galaway & Joe Hudson [ed] () Restorative justice: international perspectives [i]
  212. () Cognitive roles in the mediation process: development of the mediation inventory for cognitive roles assessment [d]
  213. () Women and mediation: a chance to speak and to be heard [d]
  214. () The trouble with the adversary system in a postmodern, multicultural world [u]
  215. () The tension between empathy and assertiveness [d]
  216. () The power of community mediation: government and formation of self-identity [d] [j]
  217. Maria P. P. Root [ed] () The multiracial experience: racial borders as the new frontier [i] [d]
  218. () Strategy for community conferences: emotions and social bonds [i]
  219. () When push comes to shove: a practical guide to mediating disputes [i]
  220. () Bridging the class divide and other lessons for grassroots organizing [i]
  221. () Negotiation as a healing process [u]
  222. () The shifting middle ground: Amazonian Indians and eco-politics [d]
  223. () Mediating interpersonal conflicts: a pathway to peace [i]
  224. (/2005) The promise of mediation: the transformative approach to conflict [i]
  225. () The construction of ethics in mediation [d]
  226. () A dialectic of experience: a radical empiricist approach to conflicting theories in psychotherapy [d]
  227. () All her paths are peace: women pioneers in peacemaking [i]
  228. () Between worlds: interpreters, guides, and survivors [i]
  229. () When talk works: profiles of mediators [i]
  230. () The settlement orientation vs. the problem-solving style in custody mediation [d]
  231. () Divergent realities: the emotional lives of mothers, fathers, and adolescents [i]
  232. () Empathy and listening skills: a developmental perspective on learning to listen [i]
  233. () Mediation around the medicine wheel [d]
  234. () Contrast, contradiction, and change in psychotherapy [d]
  235. () Values at work: transforming workplace values with compassion [u]
  236. () Culture of battering and the role of mediation in domestic violence cases [o]
  237. () Mediator neutrality and storytelling order [d]
  238. Heinz Messmer & Hans-Uwe Otto [ed] () Restorative justice on trial: pitfalls and potentials of victim–offender mediation: international research perspectives [i] [d]
  239. Karen Grover Duffy, James W. Grosch, & Paul V. Olczak [ed] () Community mediation: a handbook for practitioners and researchers [i]
  240. () Mediation and psychotherapy: parallel processes [i]
  241. () The mediation alternative: process dangers for women [d] [j]
  242. () Toward a new discourse for mediation: a critique of neutrality [d]
  243. () Mediation of youth conflict: a multi-system perspective [d]
  244. () Wisdom: the art of problem finding [i] [d]
  245. () The power of mediation [d]
  246. () The loss of wisdom [i] [d]
  247. () Conjoint couple therapy in client-centered practice [i] [u]
  248. () Toward a constructive-developmental understanding of the dialectics of individuality and irrationality [i] [d]
  249. () Mediation in the schools: self-regulation, self-esteem, and self-discipline [d]
  250. () Conciliation: responses to the emotional content of disputes [d]
  251. () The manager as negotiator: bargaining for cooperation and competitive gain [i]
  252. (/2014) The mediation process: practical strategies for resolving conflict [i]
  253. () Informal dispute resolution through mediation [d]
  254. () Dialectical thinking and adult development [i]
  255. () Wisdom and the context of knowledge: knowing that one doesn't know [i] [d]
  256. (/2012) The mediator's handbook [i]
  257. () Communication strategies: a guide for agricultural change agents [i]
  258. () Dialectical schemata: a framework for the empirical study of the development of dialectical thinking [d] [j]
  259. () A systems concept of society: beyond individualism and holism [d]
  260. () Erikson's theory of human development as it applies to the aged: wisdom as contradictive cognition [p] [d] [j]
  261. () A dialectical approach to moral judgment and self-esteem [p] [d] [j]

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