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    Variables necessary for successful mediation

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    What do you think are some of the factors that determine whether or not mediation is successful? Why do those things determine the effectiveness of the mediation and successful resolution of the dispute?

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    Some of the variables that determine whether or not mediation will be successful include whether or not the mediator believes that the issue at hand is able to be negotiated on and has sufficient room for negotiation as well as the potential for progress. If the mediator believes that they can successfully resolve the issue, the next important variable is the timing of third party intervention as this is ...

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    This article is a discussion of the variables necessary for successful mediation of conflicts through third party intervention as well as an explanation of why those factors determine the effectiveness of the mediation process.

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