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mediation

 [me″de-a´shun]
the act of intervening or serving as an intermediary.
conflict mediation in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as facilitation of constructive dialogue between opposing parties with a goal of resolving disputes in a mutually acceptable manner.

me·di·a·tion

(mē'dē-ā'shŭn),
The action of an intermediary substance (mediator).

mediation

A form of conflict resolution in which the parties of a dispute maintain an active dialogue moderated by a mediator in an effort to avoid litigation.

mediation

(mē″dē-ā′shŭn)
The action of a mediating agent.
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After investigating the existing relationship in direct path among variables in the mentioned hypotheses and being significant or not significant has been determined; it becomes possible to discuss the hypotheses which are related to mediatory variable.
* The results obtained in the mediatory analyses allow to conclude that job satisfaction plays a mediatory role between each of the psychological work climate dimensions and organizational turnover intention, and between each of the psychological work climate dimensions and occupational turnover intention.
Ambassador Vucetic told Today's Zaman that it was actually Davutoy-lu who suggested to President Nikolic that Serbia play a mediatory role in Turkey's recent spat with Russia.
"But our appeal has always been in our mediatory position - we don't take sides.
The question at this stage is whether the Saudis are willing and able to play a mediatory role between the Afghan government and the US on one side and the Taleban on the other.
However, relations between Tel Aviv and Ankara have deteriorated massively this year and Israel has been reluctant to allow Turkey, to resume a mediatory role.
Jordanian Minister Judeh said that his country supported TurkeyAAEs mediatory role in its region.
The statement said "Hamas has apostatized", referring to Moussa and those killed with him as "martyrs" who were "assassinated by the bullets and bombs of the militias of the Hamas government." Jund Ansar Allah gunmen killed a leader of Hamas' military wing Al-Qassam Brigades, which triggered the bloody clashes in the enclave after mediatory efforts to talk the fundamentalists out of establishing an Islamic statelet failed.
Gulf News quoted Saudi analyst 'Abdullah al-Shahri as saying of Ankara: "Its mediatory role between Syria and Israel helped Damascus to [try to] come out of its strategic alliance with Iran that had put Syria in a political predicament.
The European Commission has asked former Finish President Martti Ahtisaari to carry out mediatory talks on the issue if both countries agree to it (see Europolitics 3679).
Earlier, President Hamid Karzai had also called on Saudi Arabia to play its mediatory role in reconciling the Taliban with the government.
Siegfried Kracauer's reflections on the abysmal nature of photography and its mediatory role in the formation of personal and collective memories, and Gerhard Richter's Atlas, 1962-, come to mind; De Cock's inquiry likewise seems aimed at the ubiquity of contemporary image production.