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32 Conflict Resol. Q. 1 (2014-2015)

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Changes are afoot   at Conflict Resolution Quarterly (CRQ)! Working with
     John Wiley  & Sons, we are implementing  an Early View program
in which articles will appear online before they are available in print. If you
want to know  what's coming next for CRQ, check  out the Early View link
on our website and be the first to read new articles!
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1 002/%28 ISSN%
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   This edition of CRQ  showcases  the breadth of areas in which conflict
management (CM) and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) skills and
processes are frequently applied.
    In her piece, Amanda Cravens articulates the importance of choosing the
right ADR  and technology tools to meet the needs of the particular dispute
or conflict and its parties. As the fields of public policy and environmental
conflict resolution continue to grow rapidly, her article makes an important
contribution to our thinking about how best to manage these cases.
    Maia Carter  Hallward and  Jennifer Berg present an interesting case
study of collective action in response to perceived injustice. Their analysis of
the Olympia  Food Co-op  boycott can provide useful information for those
seeking to organize a collective response to injustice at home or abroad.
    In his work, Ian McIntosh helps us see how visioning and backcasting,
among  other techniques, can provide insights into interethnic reconcilia-
tion efforts, using Australia as his case study. His work is useful to under-
standing efforts at reconciliation both in Australia and elsewhere.
    Institutions of higher education have long been leaders in using ADR
and CM   techniques, yet they often reinvent the wheel by starting new pro-
grams without  the benefit of learning from peer institutions with existing
programs. In his piece, Douglas Yarn examines the efforts to establish an
integrated conflict management system (ICMS)  and shares lessons that will
likely be widely applicable to many other public and private institutions.
    Happy  Reading!
                                               SUSAN   S. RAINES, Ph.D.
                                             Kennesaw  State University
                           Editor-in-Chief, Conflict Resolution Quarterly
                                                 sraines@kennesaw.edu

CONFLICT RESOLUTION QUARTERLY, vol. 32, no. 1, Fall 20140
© 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. and the Association for Conflict Resolution
Published online in Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com) * DOI: 10. 1002/crq.21109

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