La mediación en la resolución de conflictos

Educar, ISSN 0211-819X, Nº 32, 2003 (Ejemplar dedicado a: La gestión del conocimiento), pags. 125-136 01/2003;
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L'article presenta el desenvolupament del procés de mediació en la intervenció del conflicte. En un primer apartat es defineix el concepte de mediació i les seves característiques. Els apartats segon i tercer recullen els aspectes relatius a les modalitats de mediació i la seva transformació davant del conflicte. Finalment, es mostren les aportacions de la mediació en l'àmbit familiar, escolar i judicial, entre d'altres. The article presents the development of the mediation process in the intervention of the conflict. In a first section is defined the mediation concept and their characteristics. The sections second and third pick up the relative aspects to the mediation modalities and their transformation before the conflict. Finally, it is shown the contributions of the mediation in the family, school and judicial environment among others. El artículo presenta el desarrollo del proceso de mediación en la intervención del conflicto. En un primer apartado se define el concepto de mediación y sus características. Los apartados segundo y tercero recogen los aspectos relativos a las modalidades de mediación y su transformación ante el conflicto. Finalmente, se muestran las aportaciones de la mediación en el ámbito familiar, escolar y judicial entre otros.

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