Question;Assessment;Item: Research Assignment ? Essay on Distributive;Bargaining and Mediation;Length: 1,500 words (excluding reference list) plus or minus 10%;as per standard university policy;Due: Wednesday 24 September 2014 at 12::00pm;midday via Turnitin;Essay Topic;What is the difference between;distributive bargaining and mediation?;What are the advantages and;disadvantages of each of these two methods of dispute resolution?;In what situations would you use each;of them? Provide examples.;Format;The;assignment must be in essay format (not report format) using complete sentences and;paragraphs. Headings are acceptable and;encouraged. You may include tables and;diagrams if you wish.;Structure;Introduction: a succinct outline of the;aims, purpose and structure of the paper and short summary of conclusions;reached. An introduction in papers of;this length is usually only one or two paragraphs. Your introduction must include;a brief discussion of what you will discuss in your essay.;Body;of the paper;the analysis. The social sciences;technique of analysing involves more than just describing what happened. In this course, it is used to explain why events occurred, and to;suggest implications of the;events. The purpose of conceptual;literature generally in the social sciences is broadly twofold: to predict;and/or explain. The analysis in this;paper must use the negotiation conceptual literature to answer the question. It is useful to critically evaluate the;literature according to your experiences of negotiation inside as well as;outside the classroom ? did your experiences differ from the analysis in the;literature? If so how? Rely on your own observations, but ensure;that you support them by referring to the academic literature.;Conclusion: Some concluding statements;which summarise your overall evaluation.;It should be a paragraph which restates your argument and sums up your;principal conclusions in the paper. The;conclusion should not introduce any new material or quotes.
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