Negotiation Journal

, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp 221–224 | Cite as

Saying you're sorry

  • Stephen B. Goldberg
  • Eric D. Green
  • Frank E. A. Sander
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Keywords

Dispute Resolution Dispute Settlement Close Personal Relationship Settlement Negotiation Contract Class 

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References

  1. Hegland, K. (1982). “Why teach trial advocacy? An essay on never ask why.” InHumanistic education in law, Monograph III, edited by J. Himmelstein and H. Lesnick. New York: Columbia University School of Law.Google Scholar
  2. Wagatsuma, H. andRosett A. (1986). “The implications of apology: Law and culture in Japan and the United States.”Law & Society Review 20:461–498.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Stephen B. Goldberg
  • Eric D. Green
  • Frank E. A. Sander

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