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A CONSULTATIVE CONFLICT-RESOLUTION MODEL: BEYOND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE-RESOLUTION
Hossain B. Danesh and Roshan Danesh
International Journal of Peace Studies
Vol. 7, No. 2 (Autumn/Winter 2002), pp. 17-33
Published by: International Peace Research Association (IPRA)
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41852884
Page Count: 17
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In this article, the authors use the consultative intervention model to offer a critique of institutionalized mediation. The three defining features of the consultative intervention model are that it is proactive, unity centered, and educative. Conventional mediation is shown to be insufficiently concerned with these three features and structured in a manner that is antithetical to some aspects of the consultative worldview. If concerns about worldview and unity are to be integrated into our conflict resolution practice and lexicon, the willingness to experiment extensively with new processes and to abandon negative aspects of existing modes is required.
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