Comparative Judicial Systems. Challenging Frontiers in by John R. Schmidhauser

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Maintaining the viability of the triad d e p e n d s u p o n two devices: consent of the conflicting parties and achievement of n o n dichotomous or "mediate" solutions. T h e activities of the third parties in conflict-resolving triads can b e categorized into four role types — gobetween, mediator, arbitrator, judge — which form a mediatory continuum based on the degree of consent and seeking of mediate solutions which characterize the roles. T h e judge, w h o presumably presides over a court, is the third party who least d e p e n d s on consent and mediate solutions in resolving conflicts.

Modern Comparative Politics. Chicago: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. M E R R Y M A N , J O H N H E N R Y , D A V I D S. C L A R K and L A W R E N C E M. F R I E D M A N ( 1 9 7 9 ) . Law and Social Change in Mediterranean Europe and Latin America. Stanford Studies in Law and Development. D o b b s Ferry, N e w York: Oceana Publications (distributors). P A L M E R , M O N T E and WILLIAM T H O M P S O N ( 1 9 7 8 ) . The Comparative Study of Politics. Itasca, Illinois: F. E. Peacock Publishers. R A S M U S S E N , J O R G E N ( 1 9 6 9 ) .

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