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Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation

A Special Issue of Theory Into Practice

Edited by David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson

Routledge – 2005

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First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Contents

Volume 43, Number 1, 2004

Contents: This Issue: Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation. J. Davidson, C. Wood, A Conflict Resolution Model. E. Frydenberg, Coping Competencies: What to Teach and When. C. Buchs, F. Butera, G. Mugny, C. Darnon, Conflict Elaboration and Cognitive Outcomes. P.T. Coleman, B. Fisher-Yoshida, Conflict Resolution at Multiple Levels Across the Lifespan: The Work of the ICCCR. R.A. Astor, R. Benbenishty, H.A. Meyer, Monitoring and Mapping Student Victimization in Schools. L. Stevahn, Integrating Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation Training Into the Curriculum. J. Selfridge, The Resolving Conflict Creatively Program: How We Know It Works. D.W. Johnson, R.T. Johnson, Implementing the "Teaching Students to Be Peacemakers Program." D. Tjosvold, S.S. Fang, Cooperative Conflict Management as a Basis for Training Students in China. Additional Resources for Classroom Use. Book Reviews.

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