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Practice of Mediation A Video-Integrated Text

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ISBN-10: 0735544395

ISBN-13: 9780735544390

Edition: 2008

Authors: Douglas Frenkel

List price: $98.00
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This exceptional, all-original book is the first to fully integrate text and video. It combines sophisticated textual analysis of the mediation process with a six-hour DVD illustrating the stages of the mediation process, the skills of effective mediators and the role of lawyers representing clients in the process. Designed for clinical or simulation courses, The Practice of Mediation: A Video-Integrated Text is sure to become the mediation skills text of choice. This text is the ultimate integration of theory and practice in that:each volume contains unscripted, high quality video depicting nine professional mediators, of different backgrounds and orientations, mediating three different disputes, with very different resultsthe DVD extracts are fully integrated with the text, enabling students to "see" what they are studying as they read, and enabling instructors to save precious classroom time by assigning DVD extracts to be viewed and analyzed outside of classthe mediations depicted on the DVD a child custody case, a small claims consumer dispute, and a premises liability suit filed by a tenant against his former landlord-are based on real cases, selected for their varied contexts and dispute characteristicsthe DVD illustrates a wide range of mediator and lawyer conduct and includes an extended comparative example of facilitative and evaluative mediation of the same matter Accessible and conversational in style, the text draws on the most recent research in the field and:explores and recognizes all of the major approaches to mediation, helping students, as prospective neutrals and client representatives, analyze how the characteristics of a dispute and the context of the mediation setting might affect what mediation approach(es) will best suit each case sets out a model of mediation, from information gathering through persuasion, that can be applied in community and court settings, and in disputes ranging from family and employment to small claims and large commercial mattersexamines in detail all the major ethical and role issues that mediators and lawyers representing clients in mediation encounter Unique in its approach and designed to maximize the classroom experience, this is an outstanding teaching package. The carefully crafted Teacher's Manual includes: sample syllabi and teaching suggestions for how the book can be used in a variety of course configurations short classroom exercises, games, role-plays and longer simulations , debriefing notes and references to the leading books and articles in the fielda website for adopters will facilitate the exchange of teaching idea
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Book details

List price: $98.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 7/10/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 509
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.090
Language: English

"So You Want to Study Mediation?" An Introduction to the Processes of Mediation and the Skills of Effective Mediators
Basics of Negotiation Theory and Why Negotiations Fail
The Role of the Mediator: Differing Approaches, Fundamental Norms
Preparing to Mediate
Mediation as a Structured Process
Opening the Process, Developing Information
Expanding Information to Aid the Negotiations
Identifying and Framing Mediation Issues, Organizing an Agenda
Generating Movement through Problem-Solving and Persuasion
Conducting the Bargaining, Dealing with Impasse
Concluding the Mediation
The Ethics of Mediating
Representing Clients in Mediation