Environmental Conflict Resolution: Relational and Environmental Attentiveness as Measures of Success
When evaluating the success of environmental conflict resolution (ECR), the use of traditional measures of success, such as agreement-counting and participant satisfaction surveys, provide an incomplete picture. This article proposes two measures to evaluate ECR in terms of both process and outcome: Is the process transformative of the participants? Is the process designed to be attentive to environmental outcomes?
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