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This book draws on applicable concepts in literature, and from wisdom and experience that mediators in Asia have accumulated over the years.  It presents an Asian perspective on mediation that includes a culturally appropriate framework, with strategies and recommendations for managing and settling disputes in the Asian context.

 

Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Joel Lee, Teh Hwee Hwee (General Editors)


 
Contributors
 
Joel Lee
Teh Hwee Hwee
Ian Macduff
Melanie Billings-Yun
John SK Ng
Lau Siew Fang
 
Contents
 
Part A  The Quest For An Asian Perspective on Mediation
 
Chapter 1 The Quest for an "Asian" Perspective on Mediation
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Chapter 2 Appropriateness of the Interests-based Model for the Asian Context
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Chapter 3 Asian Culture - A Definitional Challenge
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Chapter 4 One Asian Perspective on Mediation
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Part B  Particular Aspects of Mediating in the Asian Context
 
Chapter 5 Decision-making and Commitments - Impact of Power Distance in Mediation
By Ian Macduff
 
Chapter 6 Trust and Mediation in Asia
By Melanie Billings-Yun
 
Chapter 7 The Four Faces of Face - Implications for Mediation
By John S K Ng
 
Chapter 8 More than Collectivism - A Guanxi-oriented Approach to Mediation
By Law Siew Fang
 
Chapter 9 Contradiction and Conflict - High-and Low-context Communication in Mediation
By Ian Macduff
 
 
 
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Article Type An Asian Perspective on Mediation
ISBN 978-981-08-2997-1
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.46800
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable Yes
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This book draws on applicable concepts in literature, and from wisdom and experience that mediators in Asia have accumulated over the years. It presents an Asian perspective on mediation that includes a culturally appropriate framework, with strategies and recommendations for managing and settling disputes in the Asian context.


Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Joel Lee, Teh Hwee Hwee (General Editors)

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This book draws on applicable concepts in literature, and from wisdom and experience that mediators in Asia have accumulated over the years.  It presents an Asian perspective on mediation that includes a culturally appropriate framework, with strategies and recommendations for managing and settling disputes in the Asian context.

 

Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Joel Lee, Teh Hwee Hwee (General Editors)


 
Contributors
 
Joel Lee
Teh Hwee Hwee
Ian Macduff
Melanie Billings-Yun
John SK Ng
Lau Siew Fang
 
Contents
 
Part A  The Quest For An Asian Perspective on Mediation
 
Chapter 1 The Quest for an "Asian" Perspective on Mediation
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Chapter 2 Appropriateness of the Interests-based Model for the Asian Context
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Chapter 3 Asian Culture - A Definitional Challenge
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Chapter 4 One Asian Perspective on Mediation
By Joel Lee and Teh Hwee Hwee
 
Part B  Particular Aspects of Mediating in the Asian Context
 
Chapter 5 Decision-making and Commitments - Impact of Power Distance in Mediation
By Ian Macduff
 
Chapter 6 Trust and Mediation in Asia
By Melanie Billings-Yun
 
Chapter 7 The Four Faces of Face - Implications for Mediation
By John S K Ng
 
Chapter 8 More than Collectivism - A Guanxi-oriented Approach to Mediation
By Law Siew Fang
 
Chapter 9 Contradiction and Conflict - High-and Low-context Communication in Mediation
By Ian Macduff
 
 
 
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Products specifications
Article Type An Asian Perspective on Mediation
ISBN 978-981-08-2997-1
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 0.46800
Depth 2.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
C$ Redeemable Yes
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