Additional resources provided by the author
Bahr, S. J. (1981). An evaluation of court mediation. Journal of Family Issues, 2(1), 39-60.
Bailey, Jo Daugherty (2007). Mediators’ accounts of empowerment and disempowerment in divorce mediation. Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 2.
Bryan, P. E. (1994). Reclaiming professionalism: The lawyer’s role in divorce mediation. Family Law Quarterly, 28(2), 177-222.
Bush, R. A. B., & Folger, J. P. (1994). The promise of mediation: Responding to conflict through empowerment and recognition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Cobb, S. (1993). Empowerment and mediation: A narrative perspective. Negotiation Journal, 9, 245-259.
Cohen, Judy (2003). Convening for Enhanced Self-Determination and Access to the Process. The Texas Mediator, Volume 18, Number 2, Summer 2003.
Emery, R. E., & Wyer, M. M. (1987). Child custody mediation and litigation: An experimental evaluation of the experience of parents. Journal of Consulting and Psychology, 55(2), 179-186.
Grillo, T. (1991). The mediation alternative: Process dangers for women. Yale Law Journal, 100, 1545-1610.
Hedeen, Tim (2005). Ensuring self-determination through mediation readiness: ethical considerations. Retrieved from: www.mediate.com/adamediation.
Hoffman, David. “A Primer on Successful Negotiation” (2003); Bush, R. Baruch & Folger, J. The Promise of Mediation: Responding to Conflict Through Empowerment and Recognition (1994).
Pearson, J., & Thoennes, N. (1984). A preliminary portrait of client reactions to three court mediation programs. Mediation Quarterly, 3, 21-40.
Quek, Dorcas (2010). Mandatory mediation: an oxymoron? examining the feasibility of implementing a court-mandated mediation program. Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, Volume II, Number 2.
Shailor, J. G. (1994). Empowerment in dispute mediation. Westport, CT: Praeger.
Welsh, N. A. (2004). Slipping back through the looking glass: Real conversations with real disputants about institutionalized mediation and its value. 19, Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 573.