Children of the 21st Century: Are they skilled in the art of negotiation?

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Australian Dispute Resolution Journal, 2005, 16 (2), pp. 116 - 123
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Children negotiate on a daily basis with parents, teachers and their peers. Their need and ability to learn negotiation skills has increased in acceptance. Programs, such as anti-bullying and peer mediation, are provided by many schools. Do children have the capacity to understand the process of negotiation? Can we provide a framework in which negotiating can be learned and practised in a safe and nurturing environment?
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