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Joe Folger: Mediation is Not Ideologically Free – Video

Joseph Folger talks about how most mediators do not examine the underlying assumptions of their practices to inquire about why they are using certain techniques, or the values and beliefs that are the root of their practice. He argues that mediation is not ideologically free.

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Joseph P. Folger

Joseph Folger is a Professor of Adult and Organizational Development at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is co-founder and current Board President of The Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation. His work at the Institute has included assisting with the design and delivery of the United States Postal… MORE >

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