Women, workplace conflict and court-connected ADR: an argument for researching reflexive practice.

Douglas, K 2006, 'Women, workplace conflict and court-connected ADR: an argument for researching reflexive practice.' in S. Charlesworth, K. Douglas, M. Fastenau, S. Cartwright (ed.) Women and Work 2005: Current RMIT University Research, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 99-123.


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Title Women, workplace conflict and court-connected ADR: an argument for researching reflexive practice.
Author(s) Douglas, K
Year 2006
Title of book Women and Work 2005: Current RMIT University Research
Publisher RMIT Publishing
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Editor(s) S. Charlesworth, K. Douglas, M. Fastenau, S. Cartwright
Start page 99
End page 123
Subjects Law and Society
Summary When women in the workplace experience conflict they can use the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options of mediation and conciliation as strategies to deal with their concerns.
Copyright notice © 2006 RMIT Publishing
Keyword(s) Women
Employment
Alternative dispute resolution
Australia
Conflict management
Critical discourse analysis
ISBN 1921166274
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