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Reconciliation PROBE: Probability Research for Outcome Based Evaluation

Phase One: Theoretical Research
1) Sampling to identify reconciling and reconciliation factors;
2) Creating a “Survey Instrument” (SI) for factor identification;
3) Surveying on-line stratified random populations with the SI;
4) Analyzing data by factors and demographics;
5) Summarizing the factor analysis in a reference manual, “Reconciling/Reconciliation Findings” (RRF).

Phase Two: Applied Research
1) Communicate the RRF via a blog for feedback;
2) Establish a website for visibility, interaction and dialogue;
3) Publish on-line the RRF findings, conclusions and directions;
4) Coordinate among existing websites with relevant material;
5) Interact with educational ventures having similar objectives.

Phase Three: Applications in Technology
1) Collect/ create needed data to activate RRF within PROBE;
2) Write three interactive programs for PROBE on-line;
3) Place on-line CyberSolve (Interactive problem solving);
4) Place on-line CyberSearch (Experiential problem solutions);
5) Place on-line CyberSeek (“Artificial Intelligence” AI -- creative problem solving options.

Phase Four: Applications in Education
1) Develop on-line curriculum options for children and adults;
2) Seek accreditation to offer on-line college level course work;
3) Form a “Consortium of Institutions and Associations” devoted to the study and application of reconciliation;
4) Provide on-line diploma/degree programs in Reconciliation Arts, Humanities, Sciences and Technology;
5) Expand the Website into a full “Search Engine” funded through participants, associations and advertisers.

Phase Five: Applications in Societal Conflict
1) Make RRF and PROBE services available to leaders in conflict management and resolution -- public and private sectors;
2) Seek partners in Research and Development (R&D) from education, health & community services, business, etc.
3) Provide grants (with income from the “Search Engine”) for university research on the impact of reconciliation upon physical, emotional and societal health;
4) Sponsor studies on how reconciliation impacts various environments:
5) Publish conflict studies in the reconciling process using local through international reconciliation examples.


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       © 2006 -- Harold C. Doster, Ph.D.