Empathy, Compassion, & Recognition

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Dalai Lama, H. H., & Cutler, H. C. (1998). The art  of happiness: A handbook for living. New York: Riverhead Books.

Della Noce, D. J. (1999). Seeing theory in practice: An analysis of empathy in mediation. Negotiation Journal, 15(3), 271-301.

Della Noce, D. J. (2001b). Recognition in theory, practice and training.  In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 96-111). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Freedberg, S. (2007). Re-examining empathy: A relational-feminist point of view. Social Work, 52(3), 251-259.

Hickson, M., & Beck, C. M. (2008). Genetic, neurological, and social bases of empathy. Human Communication, 11(3), 367-390.

Hill, E. W. (2010). Discovering forgiveness through empathy: Implications for couple and family therapy. Journal of Family Therapy, 32, 169-185.

Kabat-Zinn, J. (2005). Coming to our senses: Healing ourselves and the world through mindfulness. New York: Hyperion.

Koehn, D. (1998). Rethinking feminist ethics: Care, trust and empathy. London: Routledge.

Miller, K. I. (2007). Compassionate communication in the workplace: Exploring processes of noticing, connecting, and responding.  Journal of Applied Communication Research, 35(3), 223-245.

Moen, J. K., Hudson, D. T., Antes, J. R., Jorgensen, E. O., & Hendrikson, L. H. (2001). Identifying opportunities for empowerment and recognition in mediation.  In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 112-132). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Pope, S. G. (1996). Inviting fortuitous events in mediation: The role of empowerment and recognition. Mediation Quarterly, 13(4), 287-294.

Pope, S. G. (2001). Beginning the mediation: Party participation promotes empowerment and recognition.  In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 85-95). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Pudlinski, C. (2005). Doing empathy and sympathy: Caring responses to troubles tellings on a peer support line. Discourse Studies, 7(3), 267-288.

Rinpoche, Y. M. (2007). The joy of living: Unlocking the secret & science of happiness. New York: Harmony Books.

Rogers, C. R. (1975). Empathic: An unappreciated way of being. The Counseling Psychologist, 5, 2-10.

Wu, S., & Keysar, B. The effect of culture on perspective taking. Psychological Science, 18(7), 600-606.