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Settling self-determination disputes
|Statement||edited by Marc Weller and Barbara Metzger ; assistant editor, Niall Johnson.|
|Contributions||Weller, M., Metzger, Barbara, 1965-, Johnson, Niall, 1967-, University of Cambridge. Centre of International Constitutional Studies.|
|LC Classifications||JC327 .S48 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 793 p. :|
|Number of Pages||793|
|LC Control Number||2008018682|
Self-determination is the act of coming to a voluntary, uncoerced decision in which each party makes free and informed choices as to process and outcome. Parties may exercise self-determination at any stage of a mediation, including mediator selection, process design, participation in or withdrawal from the process, and outcomes. What a mediator aims to accomplish in the mediation impacts how the mediator acts and how parties experience the mediation. A recent mediation I did in Summary Process court, where I mediate weekly as part of my community development corporation’s mission to stabilize housing for low-income households, illustrated the impact my goals have on parties and specifically on their self-determination.
Self-determination theory grew out of the work of psychologists Edward Deci and Richard Ryan, who first introduced their ideas in their book Self-Determination and Intrinsic Motivation in Human Behavior. They developed a theory of motivation which suggested that people tend to be driven by a need to grow and gain fulfillment. Weller, Marc, Barbara Metzger, and Niall Johnson, Eds. Settling Self-Determination Disputes: Complex Power-Sharing in Theory and Practice. Leiden•Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, Weller, Marc, and Katharine Nobbs, Eds. Asymmetric Autonomy and the Settlement of Ethnic Conflicts. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press,
Standards of practice that set up artificial rules intended to protect a narrow definition of self-determination, rather than to establish principles designed to find ethical ways to carry out a broader definition of self-determination, may make it more likely that the disputes are instead settled in the more coercive process of attorney. The principle of self-determination in mediation offers proce-dural justice protections, providing parties with fairness and dig-nity.6 The inherent attraction of self-determination is its connection to self-governance and individual autonomy. In U.S. domestic practice, self .
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Part I: Preface; Introduction: Settling Self-determination Conflicts Marc Weller; Part 1: Historical and Theoretical Framework; Chapter 1: Nationalism, Self-Determination and the Doctrine of Territorial Unity James Mayall; Chapter 2: Why the Legal Rules on Self-determination do not Resolve Self-determination Disputes Marc Weller; Chapter 3: The Logics of Power-Sharing, Consociation and.
Resolving Self-determination Disputes through Complex Power-sharing Arrangements: the Case of Mindanao, Southern Philippines Chapter 7. Power-sharing and International Intervention: Overcoming the Post-conflict Legacy in Bosnia and HerzegovinaAuthor: Mark Turner.
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Table of Contents Preface ix Settling Self-determination Conflicts: An introduction Marc Weller xi Section One Framework and Case Studies 1 Part One Historical and Theoretical Framework 3 Chapter 1 Nationalism, Self-determination, and the Doctrine of Territorial Unity James Mayall 5 Chapter 2 Why the legal Rules on Self-determination Do Not Resolve Self-determination Disputes Marc Weller Settling Settling self-determination disputes book Disputes: Complex Power-sharing in Theory and Practice Marc Weller, Barbara Metzger, Niall Johnson The study is the result of an international collaborative project supported and funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Using new data on the internal structure of all self-determination groups and their states and on all accommodation in self-determination disputes, this book shows that states with some, but not too many, internal divisions are best able to accommodate self-determination groups and avoid civil war.
Get this from a library. Settling self-determination disputes: complex power-sharing in theory and practice. [M Weller; Barbara Metzger; Niall Johnson; University of Cambridge. Centre of International Constitutional Studies.;] -- Presents a study of an international collaborative project supported and funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
This article reviews over 40 settlements and draft settlements in order to identify an emerging post-modern pattern of practice of settling self-determination disputes. The article also assesses the impact of this practice on the classical, restrictive understanding of the doctrine of self-determination.
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pattern of practice of settling self-determination disputes. The article also assesses the impact of this practice on the classical, restrictive understanding of the doctrine of self-determination. 1 Introduction The claim to self-determination often encapsulates the hopes of ethnic peoples and other groups for freedom and independence.
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Complex Power-Sharing in Theory and Practice. Author: Marc Weller and Barbara Metzger. ISBN: ISBN Pages: Release Date: Download PDF. The study is the result of an international collaborative project supported and funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
This article reviews over 40 settlements and draft settlements in order to identify an emerging post-modern pattern of practice of settling self-determination disputes. Turner, MResolving self-determination disputes through complex power-sharing arrangements: the case of Mindanao.
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M. Weller and B. Metzger (eds.), Settling Self-Determination Disputes: Complex Power-Sharing in Theory and Practice, Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden, ISBN: ; xvii and pages, index; price: EUR ; USD (hardback) The right of self-determination, despite attempts in international law to limit it to a colonial context, has a resilient ability to re-emerge in new forms and.
Committee and in the Special Committee, a draft handbook on the peaceful settlement of disputes between States. In accordance with the conclusions reached by the Special Committee at its session with respect to the preparation of the draft handbook, the Secretary-General was instructed to consult periodically a representative.
Abstract. This chapter examines the relevance of Arend Lijphart’s theory of consociation to self-determination disputes. A self-determination dispute is an empirically testable phenomenon that revolves around discrete national identities and rival nationalist movements.
A/ Settling Self-determination Disputes: Complex Power-sharing in Theory and Practice Edited by Marc Weiler and Barbara Metzger Assistant Editor Niall Johnson Published under the Auspices of the Centre for International Constitutional Studies at the University of Cambridge M A RT I N U S NIJHOFF PUBLISHERS LEIDEN • BOSTON Written by Professors Rachael Field and Jonathan Crowe.
The post is a version of a paper delivered at the 6th ADR Research Network Roundtable, 4 -5 December The dominant paradigm of mediation ethics has traditionally given a central role to the notion of mediator neutrality. However, this focus has been criticised in recent decades.
Arbitration is a process of judging and settling of disputes by a person not acting as a an judge appointed by law, but by a person or a group of person jointly accepted by the parties in disputes.General Overviews.
Pacific means of dispute settlement are traditionally divided into two groups: diplomatic means and arbitral/judicial means. The main difference lies in the fact that in resorting to diplomatic means, the parties retain control over the outcome of the procedure, since any solution proposed by a third subject will not be binding upon them, whereas in the case of arbitration.His most recent publications include Universal Minority Rights (Oxford University Press ), Twenty Years of Crisis: The Violent Dissolution of Yugoslavia in International Law (Oxford University Press, ), Settling Self-determination Disputes (Nijhoff ), Peace Lost (Nijhoff ) and The Future of International Law (Polity ).Reviews: 1.