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Mediation Ethics is a groundbreaking text that offers conflictresolution professionals a much-needed resource for traversing theoften disorienting landscape of ethical decision making. Edited bymediation expert Ellen Waldman, the book is filled withillustrative case studies and authoritative commentaries bymediation specialists that offer insight for handling ethicalchallenges with clarity and deliberateness. Waldman begins with an introductory discussion on mediation'sunderlying values, its regulatory codes, and emerging models ofpractice. Subsequent chapters treat ethical dilemmas known to…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Mediation Ethics is a groundbreaking text that offers conflictresolution professionals a much-needed resource for traversing theoften disorienting landscape of ethical decision making. Edited bymediation expert Ellen Waldman, the book is filled withillustrative case studies and authoritative commentaries bymediation specialists that offer insight for handling ethicalchallenges with clarity and deliberateness. Waldman begins with an introductory discussion on mediation'sunderlying values, its regulatory codes, and emerging models ofpractice. Subsequent chapters treat ethical dilemmas known to vexeven the most experienced practitioner: power imbalance, conflictsof interest, confidentiality, attorney misconduct, cross-culturalconflict, and more. In each chapter, Waldman analyzes the competingvalues at stake and introduces a challenging case, which isfollowed by commentaries by leading mediation scholars who discusshow they would handle the case and why. Waldman concludes eachchapter with a synthesis that interprets the commentators' pointsof agreement and explains how different operating premises lead todifferent visions of what an ethical mediator should do in a givencase setting. Evaluative, facilitative, narrative, and transformativemediators are all represented. Together, the commentaries showcasethe vast diversity that characterizes the field today and revealthe link between mediator philosophy, method, and process ofethical deliberation. Commentaries by * Harold Abramson * Phyllis Bernard * John Bickerman * Melissa Brodrick * Dorothy J. Della Noce * Dan Dozier * Bill Eddy * Susan Nauss Exon * Gregory Firestone * Dwight Golann * Art Hinshaw * Jeremy Lack * Carol B. Liebman * Lela P. Love * Julie Macfarlane * Carrie Menkel-Meadow * Bruce E. Meyerson * Michael Moffitt * Forrest S. Mosten * Jacqueline * Nolan-Haley * Bruce Pardy * Charles Pou * Mary Radford * R. Wayne Thorpe * John Winslade * Roger Wolf * Susan M. Yates

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 464
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Februar 2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118001325
  • Artikelnr.: 37345705
Autorenporträt
Ellen Waldman is a professor of law who teaches, lectures, and trains in the area of mediation and health care ethics. She is the founder and director of the Mediation Clinic at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego and has published extensively on mediation, bioethics, and other related topics. She has mediated a wide variety of disputes and serves on private and public health care ethics committees.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface. Acknowledgments. 1 Values
Models
and Codes. 2 Autonomy and Diminished Capacity Commentators: Carol B. Liebman and Mary Radford. 3 Autonomy and the Emotions Commentators: Dorothy Della Noce and John Winslade. 4 Disputant Autonomy and Power Imbalance Commentators: Forrest S. Mosten and Bill Eddy. 5 Tensions Between Disputant Autonomy and Substantive Fairness: The Misinformed Disputant Commentators: Lela P. Love and Jacqueline Nolan-Haley. 6 Information
Autonomy
and the Unrepresented Party Commentators: Michael Moffitt and Dan Dozier. 7 Mediating on the Wrong Side of the Law Commentators: John Bickerman
Jeremy Lack
and Julie Macfarlane. 8 Mediating with Lies in the Room Commentators: Dwight Golann and Melissa Brodrick. 9 Confidentiality Commentators: Bruce Pardy and Charles Pou. 10 Confidentiality Continued: Attorney Misconduct or Child Abuse Commentators: Art Hinshaw and Gregory Firestone. 11 Conflicts of Interest Commentators: Bruce E. Meyerson
Wayne Thorpe
Roger Wolf
and Susan Nauss Exon. 12 Mediating Multiculturally: Culture and the Ethical Mediator Commentators: Carrie Menkel-Meadow and Harold Abramson. 13 Ethics for ADR Provider Organizations Commentators: Phyllis Bernard and Susan M. Yates. Appendix: Model Standards for Conduct of Mediators. Notes. The Editor. The Contributors. Index.