Offering unique coverage of an emerging, interdisciplinary area, this comprehensive handbook examines the theoretical underpinnings and emergent conceptions of intercultural mediation in related fields of study.
Authored by global experts in fields from intercultural communication and conflict resolution to translation studies, literature, political science, and foreign language teaching, chapters trace the history, development, and present state of approaches to intercultural mediation. The sections in this volume show how the concept of intercultural mediation has been constructed among different fields and shaped by its specific applications in an open cycle of influence. The book parses different philosophical conceptions as well as pragmatic approaches, providing ample grounding in the key perspectives on this growing field of discourse.
The Routledge Handbook of Intercultural Mediation is a valuable reference for graduate and postgraduate students studying mediation, conflict resolution, intercultural communication, translation, and psychology, as well as for practitioners and researchers in those fields and beyond.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part Part I|72 pages
Professional intercultural dispute mediation
part Part II|60 pages
Intercultural mediation in international politics
part Part III|45 pages
De-centering Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
part Part IV|63 pages
De-essentializing culture in intercultural mediation
part Part V|66 pages
Theorizing intercultural mediation
part Part VI|37 pages
Linguistic explorations of intercultural mediation
part Part VII|30 pages
Psychological tools for analyzing intercultural mediation
part Part VIII|36 pages
Translation research and intercultural mediation
part Part IX|39 pages
Intercultural mediation in foreign language education and the arts