Hello friends and colleagues.  For the last several months I have been working on a second edition of my 2000 book The Dynamics of Conflict Resolution: A Practitioner’s Guide.

In this new edition, I am trying to update the examples, bring in some of the very interesting work that has been done on conflict systems, and bring to bear the thinking that went into by next two books:  Beyond Neutrality and Staying With Conflict. Many of you have read Dynamics, had it assigned to you, or used it as at text.  I would very much enjoy hearing your suggestions for this revision. 

  • What changes or additions would you suggest?  
  • What did not work so well for you in the first edition?  
  • What did work and should be maintained?  
  • What do you most remember about the book? 

Please feel free to post your ideas here on ADRHub or email me at berniemayer@creighton.edu.  


Thanks for your input.

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