Facilitative versus Evaluative Mediation: Is there Necessarily a Dichotomy?
This paper examines the origin of the distinction between facilitative and evaluative mediation, and the subsequent debate concerning the use of evaluative mediation. The paper questions the apparent dichotomy between the two styles of mediation, and suggests that the common meaning attributed to these terms may have detracted mediators from a meaningful consideration of mediation styles and techniques. The author also offers her own perspective on how to navigate this "dichotomy".
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution and Arbitration
Asian Journal on Mediation
QUEK ANDERSON, Dorcas.
Facilitative versus Evaluative Mediation: Is there Necessarily a Dichotomy?. (2013). Asian Journal on Mediation. , 66-75. Research Collection School Of Law.
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