Using Anthropology For Social And Religious Mediation

Using Anthropology For Social And Religious Mediation

In contrast to a third referee capable of sanctioning, standing at an equal distance from the two protagonists and outside of the conflict (such as the president of a court or the referee of a football match), the third party mediator shall have no authority guaranteed by law.

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