"This is a therapist handbook that should not be put on a high shelf; it needs to be readily available. While focusing on the needs of all members of donor families, the handbook is also an intelligent, accessible, and practical guide for offering high-quality therapy to all clients who want to address issues related to their families."
- Liz Margolies, LCSW and Founder, National LGBT Cancer Network
"The Covid pandemic of 2019-22 exposed weaknesses in our society’s ability to respond to a pandemic threat. This was true not only in terms of public health interventions, but also challenges to our national and global economy, security, and social fabric. These new and important volumes address the ethical dilemmas arising with the many and complex dimensions affected by a serious virus threat.”
- Peter Hotez, Dean, National School of Tropical Medicine and Professor, Departments of Pediatrics, Molecular Virology & Microbiology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, USA
“All too often, in times of crisis, ethics are thrown out the window as people strive to deal quickly with the pressures of coping with the emergency. This was all too true during the global pandemic. This book highlights the myriad ethical dilemmas it caused, and suggests ways to keep focused on doing the right things for the right reasons.”
- Ronald E. Riggio, Ph.D., Professor of Leadership and Organizational Psychology, Kravis Leadership Institute, Claremont McKenna College, California, USA
"In a remarkable turn to fiction, distinguished political scientist Richard Ned Lebow immerses readers in a range of encounters with ethical dilemmas, from the heart wrenching to the amusing. In some of the stories, I could see danger ahead; in others, I was surprised along with the characters. Each story is itself compelling and intricate; as a whole, they comprise a creative, innovative collection that defies easy resolution to some of the most profound and tragic situations we face in personal and political life."
- Professor Amy Shuman, The Ohio State University, USA
"Learning Negotiation Through Literature is one of those books where I kept thinking: What a great idea, why has no-one done this before? David Churchman, a highly respected scholar, shares insights into the murky world of negotiations. He identifies fifty negotiating tactics, using examples from literature. The amusing examples are effective learning tools. This book is of equal interest to politicians, captains of industry, students – and common man eager to get a better deal. Don’t we all?"
- Dr. Asle Toje, Deputy Leader, The Norwegian Nobel committee.