African Americans in Mediation Literature: A Neglected Population.

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    • Abstract:
      This article examines mediation literature for the presence of culturally specific literature on the African American population in the United States. A review of mediation literature has exposed a culturally specific literature-based void that has not empirically investigated African Americans as the primary subject in terms of practice and research-related aspects of the mediation process. This article explores how the neglect of this population in the literature has negative implications for practice and research. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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