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Mediation as a conflict resolution process

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The paper demonstrates and discusses a conflict resolution process through mediation. There will be some selected methods and strategies presented, which accompany the mediation process, as well as chosen situations, where adoption of an alternative conflict resolution method allows to reach an agreement and direct it towards development. This study intends to raise awareness that mediation is not only applied in court cases, but also in numerous social issues as a process for communication and conflict resolution.
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  • Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism in Jelenia Gora, Wroclaw University of Economics, 112/120 Komandorska Str., 53-345 Wroclaw, Poland
  • Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism in Jelenia Gora, Wroclaw University of Economics, 112/120 Komandorska Str., 53-345 Wroclaw, Poland
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