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Alternative Dispute Resolution Research: Mediation Books


In the mediation process, the disputing parties meet with a neutral person who facilitates the discussion of their disagreement and the negotiation of a compromise. The main goal of the mediator is not to judge which party is "right" or "wrong," but to encourage and help the parties to communicate about their differences so that a mutually-agreeable solution can be reached.

Mediation Books & Journals

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