The last twenty years have seen the development of best ways of teaching and developing mediation skills. Role-playing is a widespread didactic methodology in this context. In this way, mediation skills learning process becomes an experiential dimension (Learning by Doing). Nevertheless there are some problems not yet overcome: a) knowing the identity of those who are involved in the role-play may influence the scenic action; b) the emotional involvement could be elevated and invalidate the learning process; c) the organization of a role-playing session could mean high costs. EUTOPIA-MT is a European research project that aims to overcome these limits through a MORPG platform employment. Its effectiveness has been tested in three situations of inter-community conflict, respectively in Cyprus, Northern Ireland and Southern Italy. The final outcomes of our experience are described in the book.
Editors Alessandra Delli Veneri and Orazio Miglino
62 pagine, anno 2010
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