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Construction mediation and its hybridization: the case of the Hong Kong construction industry

References Banaitienė, N., & Banaitis, A. (2012). Construction Project Management. Technika, Vilnius, Lithuania, 217pp. Chau, K. W. (2007). Insight into resolving construction disputes by mediation/adjudication in Hong Kong. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, American Society of Civil Engineers, 133(2), pp. 143-147. Chee, S. W. H. (2006). Setting arbitration in Hong Kong as the preferred dispute resolution centre for disputing arising in PRC. MA thesis, City University of Hong

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Mediation: Framing a Clil Course

REFERENCES Chapman University (n.d.) Chapman’s Mediation Clinic-Course. Information for students. Retrieved August 29, 2017 from https://www.chapman.edu/law/legal-clinics/mediation.aspx Cooper, L.J. 2003. ‘Teaching ADR in the Workplace Once and Again: A Pedagogical History’, J. Legal Educ. 1. Retrieved August 29, 2017 from http://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/305 Feasley, A. 2011. ‘Regulating Mediator Qualifications in the 2008 EU Mediation Directive: The Need for a Supranational Standard’. J. Disp. Resol. Retrieved August 29, 2017

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Practicing the Skill of Mediation in English for Legal Purposes

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Dilemmas of Cultural Mediation: A Case Study of Tourism

References Augoustinos, Martha, Iain Walker, Ngaire Donaghue. 2006. Social Cognition. London: Sage Publications. Bart, István. 1998. Angol-magyar kulturális szótár. [English-Hungarian Cultural Dictionary.] Budapest: Corvina. Bassnett, Susan. 2011. The Translator as Cross-Cultural Mediator. In: Malmkjær, Kirsten and Kevin Windle (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Translation Studies, 77-85. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chesterman, Andrew 1997. Memes of Translation. The Spread of Ideas in

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Mediation in Legal English Teaching

Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment. Language Policy Unit, Strasbourg www.coe.int/lang-CEFR, http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/source/framework_en.pdf Do, Coyle, P. Hood and D. Marsh (2010) CLIL: Content and Language Integrated Learning. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Dendrinos, Bessie (2006) “Mediation in communication, language teaching and testing”. JAL 22, 9-35. http://rcel.enl.uoa.gr/KPGnew/texts/Dendrinos_mediation%20JAL.pdf Dörnyei, Zoltán (2007) Research methods in applied linguistics: Quantitative

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Procrastination is Detrimental to Undergraduate Students’ Self-Rated Creativity: The Mediating Role of State Anxiety

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Mediation in Different Areas of Chinese Legal Reality – Parametrisation of Selected Terminology

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Transformational leadership and organizational citizenship behavior: Modeling emotional intelligence as mediator

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The relationship between language learning motivation and foreign language achievement as mediated by perfectionism: the case of high school EFL learners

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3. Proposals Regarding the Work Strategies in Plastic Visual Activities. The Professor as a Visual Art Mediator

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Starting from the cultural mediator model, the teacher, in his turn, can be positioned from the perspective of the assumed positioned of art mediator. Thus, his role would be to make art accessible to a public under training (students). Approaching activities in an upward direction - from the uninitiated (students) towards the professionals (artists), the designed activities will thus start from the developmental needs of the students. Finding ways of connecting youth and art by introducing art into everyday life and identifying examples where elements, skills and knowledge about art can be applied in everyday life and the permanent concentration of the mediator professor on the public/youth/students and not on the works of art and, thus placing young people at the heart of artistic mediation are several ways of opening, awakening and training the interest of the new art public.

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