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Moreover, we concluded early in our work that one of the functions of the third party is to help empower the weaker party in any given context—which is not always the Palestinians. Such empowerment may be necessary at times in order to maintain equality of the two parties within the workshop setting—which is one of the ground rules that govern workshops. In short, even in this respect, I believe that my contributions to the policy debate have been consistent with the role of the third party. 6 21 John Burton’s Influence: Change and Continuity In the development of interactive problem solving and its application to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as I have shown, my associates and I have adapted the Burton model as we went along, innovated within it, and at times deviated from it— just as John Burton himself has done.
2015). The development of interactive problem solving: In John Burton’s footsteps. Political Psychology, 36, 243–262, and is reprinted in accordance with the copyright transfer agreement from John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 4 1 Personal Reflections on My Work in Conflict Analysis … Unofﬁcial Diplomacy and Interactive Problem Solving I ﬁrst learned about the new approach to unofﬁcial diplomacy that John Burton was developing when I met him on his visit to the University of Michigan in the summer of 1966.
4 Unofﬁcial Diplomacy and Interactive Problem Solving 13 early paper, I discussed the two goals of workshops—producing changes in the particular individuals participating in a workshop, and transferring these changes to the policy process—and pointed out that the requirements for maximizing change may be contradictory to the requirements for maximizing transfer. I later referred to this dilemma as the dialectics of problem solving workshops (Kelman 1979) and saw it as a central issue in the theory and practice of interactive problem solving.
Activaton and Application of Stereotypic Beliefs by Gilbert & Hixon