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Guest editorial: Chaos, complexity and conflict
Bryan Hanson & L. Deborah Sword, Guest Editorial: Chaos, Complexity and Conflict, Emergence: Complexity & Org., v. 10, no. 4, 2008, at vi.
Bridging the gap between the "West" and the "Arab and Muslim World" with cutting-edge technology: Facilitator coaches reflect on Soliya's Connect Program
Mark Reade McKenna, Bryan Hanson & Kathleen Coogan, Bridging the Gap between the “West” and “Arab and Muslim World” with Cutting-Edge Technology: Facilitator Coaches Reflect on Soliya’s Connect Program, ACResolution, Spring 2009, at 10.
Meet the new lawyer
Arthur Pearlstein, Meet the New Lawyer, 10 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 1 (2008) (reviewing Julie Macfarlane, The New Lawyer: How Settlement Is Transforming The Practice of Law (2008)).
Interview by Robert Benjamin with Arthur Pearlstein
DVD: Interview by Robert Benjamin with Arthur Pearlstein, in The Mediators: Views from the Eye of the Storm (Resourceful Internet Solutions 2007).
The Cuba USAID Project: Developing an approach to property-claims settlement for a democratic Cuba
Arthur Pearlstein, The Cuba USAID Project: Developing an Approach to Property-Claims Settlement for a Democratic Cuba, Prairie Fire (Apr. 2008) at http://prairiefirenewspaper.com/2008/04/cuba-usaid-project?page=0%2C0.
ADRx for the healthcare consumer: Learning from painful personal experience
Arthur Pearlstein, ADRx for the Healthcare Consumer: Learning from Painful Personal Experience, ACResolution, Fall 2008, at 4.
Staying with conflict: A strategic approach to ongoing disputes
Bernard Mayer, Staying with Conflict: A Strategic Approach to Ongoing Disputes (2009).
Law as story: A civic concept of law (with constitutional illustrations)
Palma Joy Strand, Law as Story: A Civic Concept of Law (with Constitutional Illustrations), 18 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 603 (2009).
This article introduces a social constructionist civic concept of law, which emphasizes the story nature of law and the fact that as a complex social system law emerges from and is grounded in collaborative communications ...
Description and evaluation of an interprofessional patient safety course for health professions and related sciences students
Kimberly A. Galt, Karen A. Paschal, Richard L. O'Brien, Robert J. McQuillan, Janet K. Graves, Barbara Harris, Catherine Mahern, Linda S. Scheirton, James D. Bramble, Bartholomew E. Clark, John M. Gleason, Pat Hoidal, Kevin Moores, Keli Mu, Ann M. Rule, J. Chris Bradberry, Roberta Sonnino & Debra Gerardi, Description and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Patient Safety Course for Health Professions and Related Sciences Students, 2 J. Patient Safety 207 (2006).
Objectives: The structure, process, and outcomes associated with planning, developing, and offering an interprofessional course on the foundations of patient safety is described, including how organizational, structural, ...
Moving up: Positional bargaining revisited
Noam Ebner & Yael Efron, Moving Up: Positional Bargaining Revisited, in Rethinking Negotiation Teaching: Innovations for Context and Culture 251 (Christopher Honeyman, James Coben & Giuseppe De Palo eds., 2009), reprinted in Gaining Ground in Difficult Negotiations 51 (Manon Schonewille & Felix Merks eds., 2010).
Somewhere along the way toward widespread of interest-based concepts, Ebner and Efron argue, the teaching of negotiation has lost something -- a tough-minded focus on what to do when the pie can't be enlarged, the competing ...