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Author Manichev, Sergey A. editor Editor.

Title Embedding Mediation in Society Theory – Research – Practice – Training- Saint-Petersburg Dialogues- Contributions to the Conference «International Training and Practice of Mediators in the Light of European Experience», December 16-17, 2011 Sergey A. Manichev, Alexander Redlich [electronic resource]

Published Frankfurt a.M. Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften 201212, c2013

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Edition 1st, New ed.
Physical description 244 p.
Contents Contents: Alexander I. Strebkov/Musa M. Aldaganov: Establishment and Development of Conflictology in Russia – Natalia V. Grishina: Situational Approach to Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts – Gregory Cran: Deconstructing the Meaning of Conflict in a Postmodern World – Evgeny A. Mironov: From Conflict to Cooperation – Mergalyas M. Kashapov: Considering Specific Types of Reaction towards Conflict in Mediation – Nikolai A. Kryukov/Tatyana V. Kryukova: Pattern Modelling Methods in Conflict Analyses – Anna G. Pinkevich: Problems of Studying Protest Behavior in Conflict Research – Mariska Kappmeier: Being Prepared. Conflict Assessment and Trust Mapping through Pre-Talks in Conflict Moderation Workshops – Alexandr D. Karpenko: The Practice of Mediation in Russia – Liliya Vlasova: The Practice of Conciliation and Mediation in the courts of the Republic of Belarus – Y.V. Akhmetova/M.P. Blashchenko/V.P. Karlash: Mediation in Kazakhstan. The First Experience of Introduction and Application – Alexander Redlich/Jens J. Rogmann: Conflict Moderation with Groups. A Tour through Challenging Terrain – Jonathan Dudding: Addressing Conflict in Development. Using ICA’s Technology of Participation – Svetlana D. Gurieva: Interethnic Relations. Harmony, Tension, Conflict – Mica Brashear/Brandon Sipes/Michael Sternberg: Social Transformation in Conflict and the Kumi Method – Anna Kreikemeyer: Conflict Management by the OSCE. Chances in and Barriers to Institutional Conflict Management from a Political Scientist’s Point of View – Nadegda V. Petrova: Constructive Strategies in the Negotiation Process of Terrorist Acts on Russian Territory – Artem Sunami: Drug Conflict and Conflict Responsibility as New Terms in Conflict Studies – Olga V. Allakhverdova/Michael V. Allakhverdov: Education of Mediators in Russia – Christoph Thomann: Dealing with Emotions in Conflict, Mediation and Mediator Training – Andrey V. Morozov: Forming Conflict Management Competence – Silke Freitag: Peace is Every Step. Struggling to Regain Hope and Trust in the Mediation Process – Tilman Metzger: From Lawyer to Mediator or The Importance of Interests and Needs in Conflict Resolution – Elena N. Ivanova: Mediation and Counseling Service of the Saint Petersburg University as a Conflictological Laboratory.
Summary The systematic treatment of interpersonal conflict – mediation – has spread rapidly worldwide and is increasingly incorporated in law. The literature on this subject has equally grown. As part of the Saint-Petersburg Dialogues theoreticians and practitioners, researchers and trainers from East and West have shared their experiences and collected them in this volume. Its various contributions reflect the full range of the topic: Conflicts are everywhere – in politics, organizations, communities, and in private. People argue about all sorts of issues, resources and opinions, goals and means, relationships and identities. Accordingly, the articles cover very distinct topics and thus present the important fields of the current discussion. They shed light on how mediation is embedded in societies.
History notes Sergey A. Manichev is the Head of the Department of Ergonomics and Engineering Psychology at Saint-Petersburg State University and deals with Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Alexander Redlich is Professor of Educational Psychology at the Department of Psychology of the University of Hamburg. His main topics in research and teaching are communication, conflict management and group dynamics.
Other author Redlich, Alexander editor Editor.
ISBN 9783653025194
Standard Number 9783653025194
10.3726/978-3-653-02519-4