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CONFLICT RESOLUTION QUARTERLY


                        Editorial Board Members


    TRICIA  S. JONES, PH.D.
         Editor-in-Chief


      HILDA  GUTIERREZ-
         BALDO  UIN
         SONSu,  Inc
         San Francisco, CA
     J. KEVIN BARGE, PH.D.
       Universi ofGorgia
          Athens,  GiA
ROBERT  BENJAMIN,  M.S.W, J. D.
      Mediaton and Conflict
      Mangemen   Services
              PrlnOR
    LISA B. BINGHAM,  J. D.
 School ofPublic and Environmental
            Affar
       Indian  Uver
       Bloomington, IN
       FRANK BLECHMAN
       Confict Consultant
          Fairfax, VA
       MARIA  BORRERO
       Oce   o  ediation
         World Bank Grou~
         Washington, DC
         S. Y BOWLAND
Practitioners Research and Scholarship
            Institute
         Riverdale, GA
       SCOTT  BRADLEY
       Conflict Consultant
         Chapel Hill, NC
     GUY  BURGESS,  PH.D.
     Conflict Research Consortium
     Universit ofColorado
          Bouder, CO
          LORI BURKEY
 National Association for Community
           Mediatnon
  and Center for Conflict Resolution
         Scottsbluff NE
         STEVE CHANG
 National Association for Community
           Mediation
           Pasadena, CA
      DONNA   CRAWFORD
    National Center for Conflict
       Resolution Education
         Springfeld, IL
      CHERYL  CUTRONA
 Good Shepherd Mediation Program
         Philadelphia, PA
   MARIA  JOSE RODRIOUEZ
            CADIZ
   New Mexico Center for Dispute
           Resolution
           Sante Fe, NM
 SUSAN  DEARBORN,   PH.D., M.C.
 Pacific Family Mediation Institute
          Bel levue, WA
HELENA   SYNA DESIVILYA, PH.D.
       Finek Yezreel College
       Emek  Yezreel, Israel
   ROBERT  DINGWALL,   PH.D.
   Institute for the Study of Genetics,
        Biorisks and Society
     University Nttinga
         United ingdom


   E. FRANKLIN  DUKES, PH.D.
InstituteforEnvironmnenSalNegotiation
       UniversityofVirpmya

         JAY FOLBERG
     Univers of San Francisco
        Sva n Francsco, C
      TIMOTHY HEDEEN
      Kennesaw State University
          Kennesaw, GA
       HOWARD GADLIN
     Office ofthe Ombudsman
  Center for Cooperative Resolution
    National Institures ofHealth
          Bethesda, MD
 MARGARET   S. HERRMAN,  PH.D.
 Carl Vinson Institute ofGovernment
       University ofGeorgia
           Athens GA
   SCOTT  H. HUGHES,  PH.D.
          School ofLaw
      University ofNew Mexico
        Albuquerque, NM
    SANDA  KAUFMAN,   PH.D.
    Lerin College of Urban Affairs
    Clevela nd State University
          Cleveland, OH
      JOAN  B. KELLY, PH,D.
        Corte Madera, CA
     DANIEL  KMITTA, ED.D.
        University ofldaho
           Moscow, ID
      KIMBERLEE  KOVACH
        Universiy ofTexas

   KENNETH KRESSEL, PH.D.
     Departnent  Ayhlgy

           riwark,N
      MICHAEL  LANG,  J. D.
        Conflict Consultant
           Sarasota, FL
       HOMER   C. LARUE
       Howard  University
         Washington, DC
    ALAIN  LEMPEREUR,  S.J.D.
             IRENE
      ESSEC  Business School
        Paris-Cergy, France
    BERNARD   MAYER   PH.D.
          CDRAssociates
          Boulder, CO
   SALLY ENGLE  MERRY, PH.D.
   Department ofAnthropology
         Wellesley College
         Wellesley AM
     PAMELA   MOORE,  MPA
     Anti Defamation League
          Santa Rosa, CA
  JACQjELINE   A. MOORHEAD,
             PH.D.
        Denver Mediation
           Denver, CO
      SARA NEWELL,  PH.D.
      West Chester University
         West Chester, PA
      MARINA   PISCOLISH
        AMP   'n Change


        JANET  RIFKIN
     Legal Studies De ariment
 University ofMassac  letts/Amberst
         Amherst, A
     FRANK   E. A- SANDER
       Harvard Law School
         Cambridge, MA
    SANDYV   SANDY   PH.D.
International Center for Cooperation
      and Conflict Resolution
Teachers Cof( Columbia University
             York, NY
 DONALD   T. SAPOSNEK   PH.D.
 University nCalz ornia Santa Cruz

    CYNTHIA   SAVAGE, J. D.
    Oice ofDispute Resolution
    Co od Judicial Dartment
           Denver CO)
   RAYMOND SHONHOLTZ
   Partners for Democratic Change
        San Francisco, CA
     ROBERT  R. STAINS, JR.
     Public Conversations Project
         Watertown, MA
    LINDA  STAMATO,  PH.D.
 Center for Neataon and Conflict
        Rugers Universit

        ALAN TIDWELL
   Macquarie Graduate School of
          Management
        Sydney, Australia
        MARY  TRUIlLLO
     Northwestern University
          Evanston, IL
       MARIA  R. VOLPE
 ]ohnJay College of Crimina ustice
      CiyUniverp tofNewI ok

    GREGG   WALKER.  PH.D.
      Oregon State University
          Corvallis, OR
  WILLIAM  C. WARTERS, PH.D.
      Wayne State University
          Detroit, MI
        NANCY   WELSH
    The Dickinson School ofLaw
  The Pennsylvania State University
           Carlisle, PA
      MICHAEL  WILLIAMS
         Dublin, Ireland
         LEAH  WING
     Legal Studies Department
 University ofMassacusetts/Amherst
          Amherst, MA
   HONGGANG YANG, PH.D.
 Graduate School ofHumanities and
          Social Sciences
   Nova Southeastern University
       FArt Lauderdale, FL
         DOUG   YARN
   Consortium on Negotiation and
        Conflict Resolution
College ofLaw, Georgia State Univenity
          Atlanta, GA
      ZENA  ZUMETAJ.   D.
 Mediation Training& Consultation
            Instit . ute
         Ann Arbor, MI


VOLUME 20


FALL 2002


NUMBER 1

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