Article from: TDM 5 (2006), in Mediation & ADR
This paper will explore whether men and women have different moral perspectives which come
into play and which might allow one to have advantages over the other in the different forms of
dispute resolution. For example; in the morality of justice where the parties are treated equally
or in the morality of care whereby relationships are preserved.
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N. Lawless; "Moral Perspectives on Gender and Successful Mediation"
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