Mediation

Trying to help two people or two groups involved in a disagreement to agree or find a solution to their problems.

mediation

Type: Term Pronunciation: mē′dē-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. The action of an intermediary substance (mediator).
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mediation

[n] - negotiation to resolve differences conducted by some impartial party 2. [n] - the act of mediating
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mediation

Technical term in G W F Hegel's philosophy, and in Marxist philosophy influenced by Hegel, describing the way in which an entity is defined through its relations to other entities. ...
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Mediation

Process taking place outside a court to resolve a dispute.
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Mediation

Process for resolving disagreements between parents and authorities. Involves an informal meeting between the two sides and an independent mediator to chair the discussions. Mediation is voluntary, confidential and choosing not to take part will not affect the right to challenge an authoritys decision through independent adjudication or the additio...
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Mediation

A process for resolving disagreements in which an impartial third party (the mediator) helps people in dispute to find a mutually acceptable resolution. If mediation fails court proceedings can be initiated or re-activated
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Mediation

The use of a mediator to help reach a settlement in a dispute. Mediation differs from arbitration in that a mediator will not come down on one side or the other and make an award. The aim of mediation is to persuade the parties to reach agreement and not to impose a ruling that has to be obeyed. Some County Courts now operate mediation schemes, whi...
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Mediation

A process by which a professionally trained mediator (neutral third party) helps parties in dispute to work out their own mutually agreeable solution.
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Mediation

Me`di·a'tion noun [ Middle English mediacioun , French médiation . See Mediate , adjective ] 1. The act of mediating; action or relation of anything interposed; action as a necessary condition, means, or instrument; interposition; intervention. &#x...
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mediation

The action of an intermediary substance (mediator). ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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mediation

intermediation noun the act of intervening for the purpose of bringing about a settlement
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Mediation

• (a.) The act of mediating; action or relation of anything interposed; action as a necessary condition, means, or instrument; interposition; intervention. • (a.) Hence, specifically, agency between parties at variance, with a view to reconcile them; entreaty for another; intercession.
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mediation

a practice under which, in a conflict, the services of a third party are utilized to reduce the differences or to seek a solution. Mediation differs ...
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Mediation

A procedure by which an impartial third party (a mediator) is used to settle disputes. The mediator assists in resolving the dispute by attempting to find a solution satisfactory to both parties in a dispute but renders no binding decisions. In the Federal Government, mediation is required before impasses can be referred to the Federal Service Impa...
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Mediation

[Marxist theory and media studies] Mediation in Marxist theory (Vermittlung) refers to the reconciliation of two opposing forces within a given society (i.e. the cultural and material realms, or the superstructure and base) by a mediating object. Similar to this, within media studies the central mediating factor of a given culture is the me...
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MEDIATION

An informal settlement conference at which the parties and their attorneys present their positions to a neutral individual (the mediator). That mediator then speaks to the parties separately, in an effort to bring them to an agreement to settle the matter.
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mediation

An informal, voluntary process used in securities industry disputes in which a mediator helps negotiate a mutually-acceptable resolution between disputing parties. Unlike arbitration or litigation, mediation does not impose a solution. If the parties cannot negotiate an acceptable settlement, they may still arbitrate or litigate their dispute. (See...
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mediation

mediation, in law, type of intervention in which the disputing parties accept the offer of a third party to recommend a solution for their controversy. Mediation has long been a part of international law, frequently involving the use of an international commission, in a process known as by conciliat...
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Mediation

(Lat. mediatio) The act or condition in which an intermediary is supplied between heterogeneous terms. (a) In philosophy: Mediation is necessary in systems in which two forms of reality are held to be so different that immediate interaction is impossible; this is the case in later Neo-PIatonism, and particularly in the Cartesiam'sm of Malebranche,....
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Mediation

(n) Mediation is the process of settling a dispute by intervention of a third party, to reach an amicable solution for the dispute, considering the stance and validity of claims of the parties, extend up to which each of the party is ready to oblige or compromise etc. Mediator do not have judicial authority of an arbitrator as the process is a conc...
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mediation

n. the attempt to settle a legal dispute through active participation of a third party (mediator) who works to find points of agreement and make those in conflict agree on a fair result. Mediation differs from arbitration, in which the third party (arbitrator) acts much like a judge in an out-of-court, less formal setting but does not actively part...
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Mediation

Mediation is the intervention of a neutral third party in an industrial dispute. The object is to enable the two sides to reach a compromise solution to their differences, which the mediator usually does by seeing representatives of each side separately and then together. If the mediator has power to make binding awards the process is known as arbi...
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Mediation

Process taking place outside a court to resolve a dispute.
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Mediation

[statistics] In statistics, a mediation model is one that seeks to identify and explicate the mechanism or process that underlies an observed relationship between an independent variable and a dependent variable via the inclusion of a third explanatory variable, known as a mediator variable. Rather than hypothesizing a direct causal relatio...
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