|aGender power and mediation :|bevaluative mediation to challenge the power of social discourses /|cby Jamila A. Chowdhury.
|aNewcastle upon Tyne, UK :|bCambridge Scholars,|c2012.
|axx, 306 p. :|bill., 1 map ;|c22 cm.
|aExcerpt of the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Sydney, 2011.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -300) and index.
|aIntroduction : access to justice, mediation and its fundamentals -- Neutrality in mediation : from a "strict" to "expanded" notion of neutrality -- Gendered power disparity : a barrier to attaining fair outcomes through mediation -- Evaluative mediation under the shadow of law : an impassive combat defusing power disparity in mediation -- Family violence : overcoming the hurdles through evaluative mediation -- Fair outcome under evaluative mediation : an empirical evaluation against normative jural standards -- Conclusion : towards an aequus social discourse.