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How parties experience mediation : an interview study on relationship changes in workplace mediation

Author: Timea Tallodi
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2019] ©2019
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This book presents an unprecedented qualitative research study on relational changes in mediation with a truly interdisciplinary outset, drawing on the literature on psychology, alternative dispute resolution and business. Mediation's potential to induce changes in parties' relationships as an advantage of the process is commonly mentioned in the literature. However, despite its being a key to reconciliation,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)1107593554
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Timea Tallodi
ISBN: 9783030282394 3030282392
OCLC Number: 1125224864
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Contents: Intro; Testimonials; Acknowledgements; Contents; About the Author; Abbreviations; List of Tables; Part I: Contextualising Relationship Changes in Mediation; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 The Structure of This Book; References; Chapter 2: Relationship Change in Various Areas of Mediation: The Rationale of This Study; 2.1 Relationship Change in Peer Mediation; 2.2 Relationship Change in Community Mediation; 2.3 Relationship Change in Family Mediation; 2.4 Relationship Change in Civil Mediation; 2.5 Relationship Change in Workplace Mediation 2.6 Mediation Models and the Definition of Mediation in the Light of Relationship Change2.6.1 The Main Mediation Models and the Possibility of Relationship Change; 2.6.2 The Definition of Mediation and the Model as Used in This Research; References; Chapter 3: Exploring Foundational Concepts: Relationship, Interpersonal Conflict and Mediation as an Intervention; 3.1 Relationship: Its Definition and Types; 3.1.1 The Role of Interaction; 3.1.2 Further Aspects of Relationships; 3.1.3 Relationship Types: Relationships at Work; 3.2 Interpersonal Conflict and Background Processes 3.2.1 Destructive Cognitive Processes Affecting Interactions3.2.2 Unfulfilled Needs in the Background of Conflict; 3.2.3 Conflict Types: From Task and Process to Relationship Conflict; 3.2.4 Conflict as a Force; 3.2.5 Stressors in the Background of Conflict; 3.2.6 Bullying and Abuse as a Stressor; 3.3 Mediation as an Intervention in Relationship Breakdown; 3.3.1 The Components of the Mediatorś Intervention: The Main Tools; 3.3.2 Processes in Mediation and the Psychological Underpinnings of Change; 3.3.3 Individual Characteristics and Stance as Conditions for Change; References Chapter 4: The Methodological Choice: Exploring Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis4.1 The Potential Contribution of Popular Qualitative Psychological Approaches to Understanding Mediation; 4.1.1 Narrative Psychology; 4.1.2 Discourse Analysis; 4.1.3 Grounded Theory; 4.1.4 Phenomenological Methods; 4.2 IPA as the Chosen Qualitative Approach; 4.2.1 Phenomenology in IPA: A Rich Account of the Lived Experience; 4.2.2 Hermeneutics in IPA: Interpreting the Meaning-Making Process; 4.2.3 Idiography in IPA: Focus on the Individual and the Particular 4.2.4 Underpinning Ontological and Epistemological Assumptions of IPA4.3 Benefits and Limitations of the Choice of IPA: The Question of the Small Sample Size; 4.3.1 Consequences of Using a Small Sample Size: A Limitation?; 4.3.2 Further Potential Limitations; 4.4 Preparation for the Interviews: The First Steps; 4.4.1 The Researcherś Position and the Choice of Semi-Structured Interviews; 4.4.2 The Preparation and Use of the Interview Guide; 4.4.3 The Interview Questions; 4.5 The Procedure of Recruitment and Interviewing; 4.5.1 Recruitment; 4.5.2 Participants; 4.5.3 The Interviews
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