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Normen in der Mediation: Analyse und Ausblick

Replik zu „Normen als Ordnungsrahmen der Friedensmediation“ von Anne Holper · Lars Kirchhoff · Felix Würkert

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  1. Für Ausnahmen siehe Pring and Palmiano Federer (2020), Lorentzen (2020), Hellmüller (2020).

  2. Der Begriff stammt von den Autor:innen und beschreibt die Aufteilung auf verschiedene Akteure oder Prozesse von Maßnahmen, die nicht gleichzeitig konfliktfrei von einem Akteur ausgeübt werden können.

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Hellmüller, S. Normen in der Mediation: Analyse und Ausblick. Z Friedens und Konflforsch 10, 77–81 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42597-021-00060-6

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