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Ethnocultural Groups
The Justice System in Canada
A Review of the Issues

Alternate Dispute Resolution in a Multicultural Setting

223. Nann and Goldberg, The Legal Problems.

224. Duryea and Grundison, Conflict and Culture, at 49, 71, 87.

225. Ibid, at lOS, 125

226. Ibid, at 203

227. Ibid, at 113.

228. Ibid, at xxiii.

229. Ibid, at 210

230. Ibid.

231. C, James Richardson, _Divorce and Family Mediation Research Study in Three Canadian Cities_, (Ottawa: Department of Justice Canada, 1988), at 317.

232. The suggestion to further explore the use of family dispute resolution in ethnocultural settings does not endorse the use of mediation in cases of family violence. For a discussion of this issue see D. Marthaller, "Successful Mediation with Abuse Couples," Mediation Quarterly, 23 (1989), at 53-56; S.C. Grebe, "Ethical Issues in Conflict Resolution," Negotiation Journal, 5(2) (1989), at 179-190; and C.A. Bethel and L.R. Singer, "Mediation: A New Remedy for Cases of Domestic Violence," Vermont Law Review, 7 (1982), at 1532.

233. Nann and Goldberg, The Legal Problems.

234. Duryea and Grundison, Conflict and Culture.

235. Ibid, at 210.

236. Ibid, at 211.

237. Ibid.

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