Teaching Family Mediation in Higher Education
Stylianou, K. (2020). Teaching Family Mediation in Higher Education. in: Roberts, M. and Moscati, M. (ed.) Family Mediation: Contemporary Issues Bloomsbury.
|Editors||Roberts, M. and Moscati, M.|
This chapter will address the multi-disciplinary and disparate professional origins of family mediation through identifying mediation’s distinctive purpose within dispute resolution theory. This would start with looking at the spectrum of third party processes (which are primarily adjudicative in nature), understanding their boundaries and limitations. Emphasis would be on mediation being third party enabling/assistance of negotiations not third party decision making. This would then lead to exploration of the ethics of mediation because of this distinct purpose. This chapter will look at how and why third parties transform disputes and whether or how this is done in mediation. With reference to these boundaries and potentially professionally blinkered views of a dispute, academic study should look at the ethics of mediation within family disputes.
|Keywords||Higher education ; family mediation; considering content of courses|
|Book title||Family Mediation: Contemporary Issues|
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|30 Apr 2020|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||06 Sep 2019|
|Deposited||12 Nov 2019|
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