Published in journal "Politics and Society", 2010-2 in rubric "Conflict and consensus", pages 0-0.
Resume: The article is devoted to formation and development of the institution of reconciliation in law at early stages of the social development. The author discusses the point of view that reconciliation procedures and agreements in regulation of debates prevailed over accusing and punishing procedures. Punishment was only one of various forms of regulating a conflict and very often was perceived as a failure. Regulation of conflicts by the means of negotiation and compensation constituted the so called ‘social’ model of early justice which is a more preferred alternative compared to the punishment one.
Keywords: studies of law, reconciliation, agreement, mediation, negotiations, conflict, procedures, regulation, justice, mechanism
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