Hardy, Samantha (2012) Mediation. In: Christie, Daniel J., (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, pp. 625-629.

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[Extract] Generally speaking, mediation is a process that involves two or more people in conflict who are assisted by a third person, who does not determine the outcome of their conflict (Wall, Stark, & Standifer, 2001). This third person is called the mediator. The mediator's main role is to assist the people to communicate with each other in relation to the conflict between them.

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ISBN: 978-0-470-67253-2
Keywords: mediation; facilitative mediation; transformative mediation; conflict resolution; third-party; narrative mediation; med-arb
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