A Discussion on Concepts of Values, Needs and Interests in Mediation Theory.

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Diego Aparecido dos Santos
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Needs, interests, and values are maybe three of the most essential notions in mediation theory. Our objective is to explain these principles in accordance with some of the major thinkers of the recent decades. The bibliography will provide a theoretical framework to analyse the ideas of needs, interests, and values. Mediation is a kind of conflict resolution that involves a neutral mediator and two parties involved in the disagreement. Most mediators use some facilitative and some evaluation tactics, based on their particular talents and preferences. The research aims to discuss and elaborate the concepts of values, needs and interests in Mediation theory. It also aims to understand the value of concepts, interests and needs in mediation theory. Many arguments have negotiable interests as Roger Fisher and William Ury claim. Developing a strategy that is appropriate for a certain kind of disagreement is the first step in the process. When looking for a remedy, you must first understand the problem. It's possible to resolve conflicts between ideals and requirements in a constructive manner. For example, conflicting needs are typically addressed via problem-solving workshops. The Mediation theory's conceptions of values, needs, and interests. How the notion of mediation impacts and helps to develop conflict resolution at the national, macro, and micro levels. Findings of this study will help fill knowledge gaps that have been identified in the current literature. Research design is the overarching structure of a research endeavour. The two most common methods of doing research are the qualitative and quantitative techniques. Because it is less complicated and time-consuming than a quantitative research approach, the researcher decided to use a qualitative research technique for this particular investigation. Research may be carried out using either an inductive or deductive approach. Quantitative research lends itself particularly well to the deductive method of inquiry. The inductive research approach concentrates on qualitative issues and strives to foster new ideas, such as hypothesis-generation. Research participants have to be chosen arbitrarily from a huge population in order to calculate the appropriate sample size. Borges Migliavaca et al., (2020) contends that it is necessary to do sampling since it is difficult to communicate with a large population. The researcher will use sampling to make certain that only relevant studies are gathered for the analysis.