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Definition of the adjective Adversarial
What does Adversarial mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Characteristic of, or in the manner of, an adversary; combative, hostile, opposed
Adversarial is a musical group.
- albums: "All Idols Fall Before the Hammer", "Thralls"
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Mediation in a Nutshell (2014)
by Kimberlee Kovach
Adversarial is a term used to describe a negotiation approach which is viewed as a distributive, rights based, where the negotiator is demanding, firm, and argumentative. On the other hand, problem solving negotiation can be defined as ...
A Guide to Intellectual Survival by Wendy McElroy
ne reason verbal arguments become adversarial is that few people know how to argue well. Even when you become skilled at argumentation, your exchanges will be complicated by the fact that arguing is not a solitary pastime. In other words ...
by Graham Towl, David P. Farrington, David Crighton, Gareth Hughes
The adversarial system is the process of law that relies on two or more opposing sides seeking to resolve issues before an independent tribunal or court. The adversarial system of law, generally adopted in common law countries suchasthe ...
by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino
Coalescent behavior produces a consociational democracy, whereas adversarial behavior leads to a centrifugal democracy. In consociational democracies, political leaders strive to achieve the largest majority possible, incorporating the ...
by Peter Joyce, Neil Wain
adversarial justice 7 See also: judges, judicial review References and further reading Cane, P. (2009) Administrative Tribunals and ...
by Brian L. Cutler
As legal cultures are transformed, however, and victims are increasingly perceived as a legitimate party in proceedings, victim participation can become an acceptable practice and a way to inject restorative justice elements into adversarial ...
by Alan Gilpin
See also: Adversarial Procedure; Common Law; Environmental Law; Statutory Instrument. Adversarial. Procedure. A court procedure observed primarily in countries in which the Anglo-American legal system of common law prevails.
by Helen Taylor Greene, Shaun L. Gabbidon
Drug treatment courts subvert the adversarial ideal in a number of ways. Instead of serving as neutral referee, the judge becomes the primary actor, involved in a therapeutic relationship with the defendant (the “client”) and directing the course ...
Encyclopedia of Evaluation (2005)
by Sandra Mathison
In the next few years, some evaluators tried out what was then called the adversarial or judicial evaluation model. Since the early l980s, however, there seem to be no instances of a real-world application of the approach. The last full- on ...
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