Revista de Mediación

Issue 5. First half 2010

  • Presentación: Motivos de desesperanza; Razones de esperanza

    By Santiago Madrid Liras

  • Espacio Abierto. Los mediadores no existimos

    By Ana Criado Inchauspé

  • Who We Are, Where Do We Go To... Origin and Evolution of the Mediation Concept

    By Santiago Miranzo de Mateo

    The article shows the historical evolution of the mediation concept and of the figure of mediator. some etymological, doctrinal and usual definitions of the mediation concept are provided in this paper.

  • Emotions in Mediation

    By Maria Percaz Four-Pome

    Emotions and feelings are present in mediation. During the process, the mediator's emotions arrive to the working table, along with those of the attendees, and people who are not present at the room, but are also involved. It is essential for the mediator to correctly handle this emotional mix. The article contains a reflection on the natural emotional language we find easily accessible in our everyday vocabulary. One of the main resources employed by a capable mediator is emotional intelligence. Facilitating the meeting is only possible when the role of the mediator's emotions and the participants' emotions is understood. Various mediation strategies are established and employed, so that all emotional expression is beneficial to the entire process.

  • Mediation Actions At The 'Ramon y Cajal' Hospital Interventions among the migrant population under the “New Citizens, New Patients” Programme

    By Laura Puyol Gil y Rocío Martín Galacho

    Intercultural mediation in the health system allows immigrants to access public services by supporting their integration, making the acceptance and the follow-up of treatments easier. The Mediation actions that are currently carried out by hospitals, health centres and NGOs have a prevention approach to the conflicts that might arise between immigrants and the health system in the country where they are settled. The main action lines of this mediation action draw upon the information given to migrants, awareness raising among the population, training of professionals, and translation and interpreting.

  • To Rescue Control. Mediation In Coparentality

    By Miguel Hierro Requena

    Sometimes, families find themselves in hard in-law situations that make them feel they have lost control of their situation as fathers, mothers and suns and daughters. The author describes a Family Mediation process, its steps and the interventions that allowed a family in a hard in-law situation to take control again of their family life.

What is Revista de Mediación

It is an academic, biannual, online, and free of charge journal on Mediation and other ADR, of high editorial quality, highlighted relevance and professional interest that encourages scientific study and rigor, best practices and innovation, analysis and positive resolution of conflict through alternative and peaceful ways (ADR). It is addressed to mediators, specialists in conflict analysis, management and resolution, and to those interested in these fields.

What articles are accepted

The “Revista de Mediación” management team considers the best authors and the most updated research projects that might be of interest for the entire mediation practitioners. Having quality papers is, ultimately, the main criterion to decide upon publication. In order to accurately respond to the professional principle this Journal aims at, we consider that it is appropriate to meet some requirements other publications, publication standards and writing books have in order to insure the relevance of the published topics.

How to submit papers

If you wish your article to be assessed for publication by “Revista de Mediación” please send the following documents to the email revistademediacion@imotiva.es templates can be downloaded here.