Transformative Mediation

Transformative mediation

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Antes, J. R., Folger, J. P., & Della Noce, D. J. (2001). Transforming conflict interactions in the workplace: Documented effects of the USPS REDRESS™ program. Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, 18(2), 429-467.

Antes, J. R., & Saul, J. A. (2001). Evaluating mediation practice from a transformative perspective. Mediation Quarterly, 18(3), 313-323.

Beal, S., & Saul, J. A. (2001). Examining assumptions: Training mediators for transformative practice. In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 9-19). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Bingham, L. B. (1997, Spring). Mediating employment disputes: Perceptions of Redress at the United States Postal Service. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 20-30.

Bingham, L. B., & Nabatchi, T. (2001). Transformative mediation in the USPS REDRESS™ program: Observations of ADR specialists. Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, 18(2), 399-427.

Bingham, L. B., & Napoli, L. M. (2001). Employment dispute resolution and workplace culture: Introduction to the REDRESS™ program and its implementation. In Mediation at work: The report of the National REDRESS™ evaluation project of the United States Postal Service (pp. 18-33). Bloomington, IN: The Indiana Conflict Resolution Institute.

Bingham, L. B., & Novac, M. C. (2001). Mediation’s impact on formal discrimination complaint filing: Before and after the REDRESS™ program at the United States Postal Service. In Mediation at work: The report of the National REDRESS™ evaluation project of the United States Postal Service (pp. 149-171). Bloomington, IN: The Indiana Conflict Resolution Institute.

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Bush, R. A. B. (2001). Handling workplace conflict: Why transformative mediation? Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, 18(2), 367-373.

Bush, R. A. B. (2013). Mediation skills and client-centered lawyering: A new view of the partnership. Clinical Law Review, 19(Spring), 429-488.

Bush, R. A. B., & Folger, J. P. (2014, November). Reclaiming mediation’s future: Getting over the intoxication of expertise, re-focusing on party self-determination. Mediate.com. Retrieved from http://www.mediate.com/articles/BushFolgerFuture.cfm

Bush, R. A. B., & Folger, J. P. (1994). The Promise of Mediation: Responding to conflict through empowerment and recognition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Bush, R. A. B., & Folger, J. P. (2005). The Promise of Mediation: Responding to conflict through empowerment and recognition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. [New and revised 2d edition).

Della Noce, D. J. (2001). Mediation as a transformative process: Insights on structure and movement. In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp.71-95). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Della Noce, D. J. (2001). 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.

Della Noce, D. J. (2004). From practice to theory to practice: A brief retrospective on the transformative mediation model. Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 19(3), 925-935.

Della Noce, D. J., Bush, R. A. B., & Folger, J. P. (2001). Myths and misconceptions about the transformative orientation. In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 50-54). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Fleischer, J. M. (1996). Directing and administering a mediation program: The transformative approach. Mediation Quarterly, 13(4), 295-304.

Folger, J. P. (2001). Mediation research: Studying transformative effects. Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, 18(2), 385-397.

Folger, J. P. (2001). Who owns what in mediation? Seeing the link between process and content. In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 55-60). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Folger, J. P., & Bush, R. A. B. (1994). Ideology, orientations to conflict, and mediation discourse. In J. P. Folger & T. S. Jones (Eds.), New directions in mediation: Communication research and perspectives (pp. 3-25). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Folger, J. P., & Bush, R. A. B. (1996). Transformative mediation and third party intervention: Ten hallmarks of a transformative approach to practice. Mediation Quarterly, 13(4), 263-278.

Folger, J. P., & Bush, R. A. B. (Eds.). (2001). Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a tranformative framework. New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Folger, J. P., & Bush, R. A. B. (2001). Developing transformative training: A view from the inside. In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 168-182). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Grillo, T. (1996). Respecting the struggle: Following the parties’ lead. Mediation Quarterly, 13(4), 279-286.

Hallberlin, C. (2001). Transforming workplace culture through mediation: Lessons learned from swimming upstream. Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, 18(2), 375-383.

Hudson, D. T., & Antes, J. R. (2001). Transformative mediation at work: A case study from the REDRESS™ program. The Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Employment, 3(2), 41-47.

Jorgensen, E. O., Moen, J. K., Antes, J. R., Hudson, D. T., & Hendrickson, L. H. (2001). Microfocus in mediation: The what and how of transformative opportunities. In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 133-149). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

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.

Nabatchi, T., & Bingham, L. B. (2001). Implementing transformative mediation in the USPS REDRESS™ program: Observations of ADR specialists. In Mediation at work: The report of the national REDRESS™ evaluation project (pp. 34-58). Bloomington, IN: The Indiana Conflict Resolution Institute.

Napoli, L. M. (2001). USPS supervisors and perceptions of conflict management techniques. In Mediation at work: The report of the national REDRESS™ evaluation project (pp. 125-148). Bloomington, IN: The Indiana Conflict Resolution Institute.

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.

Pope, S. G., & Bush, R. A. B. (2001). Understanding conflict and human capacity: The role of premises in mediation training. In J. P. Folger & R. A. B. Bush (Eds.), Designing mediation: Approaches to training and practice within a transformative framework (pp. 61-67). New York: Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation.

Stock, E. (2008). “We were all born on it. And some of us was killed on it.”: Adopting a transformative model in eminent domain mediation. Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 23(3), 687-714.