Sponsored by the Association for Conflict Resolution, “Conflict Resolution Quarterly” publishes scholarship on relationships between theory, research, and practice in the conflict resolution and ADR fields.
This call for papers is designed to elicit a thoughtful examination of the ways in which our work has impacted ourselves, our families, our communities, policy debates, how we teach, etc.
Articles should be 1,500/8,000-word long and include a review of any applicable literature, but other content is open to the author and editor’s discretion.
Topics could include the following (or others):
- Creating/modeling a peaceable, conflict competent classroom at any level (k-12, University, etc.)
- Applying CR/ADR concepts in our families and/or community work.
- Taking our work as mediators/arbitrators/facilitators beyond the courthouse and into our places of worship, workplaces, etc.
- What we have learned after years of trial and error (aka experience) that we wished we had known earlier in our careers.
- Program evaluations or assessments that show the extent to with ADR/CR trainings and programs are positively impacting the lives of others.
- The application of ADR/CR concepts and practices into new areas which are designed to help transform how people interact, work, or resolve problems.
- Challenges to the application of CR/ADR skills and concepts into daily family or community life and suggestions to overcome these challenges.
Deadline: May 1, 2017.