The Evolution and Evaluation of Community Mediation: Limited Research Suggests Unlimited Progress
Political Science and International Affairs
Community mediation in the United States is the product of thirty years of inspiration, innovation, and improvisation. A broad array of players—working often in concert, but sometimes at cross purposes—have constructed a remarkable field that handles an estimated 100,000 conflicts each year (National Association for Community Mediation, 2003), primarily through the services of highly trained volunteer mediators.
Conflict Resolution Quarterly
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Hedeen, Tim. "The Evolution and Evaluation of Community Mediation: Limited Research Suggests Unlimited Progress." Conflict Resolution Quarterly 22.1-2 (2004) 101-133.