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Mediation, Meditation, Mediatisation

Mediation, Meditation, Mediatisation
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In international diplomacy, mediated missions aim to curtail conflicts, to mediations bring two warring factions together in order to find a solution; couple who want to split may find a pathway through mediation rather than through the courts. 

Media populism means appealing to people directly through media. A politician who can master the media can shape political affairs outside of parliament and even eliminate the mediation of parliament.” –Umberto Eco

In international diplomacy, mediated missions aim to curtail conflicts, to mediations bring two warring factions together in order to find a solution; couple who want to split may find a pathway through mediation rather than through the courts.

Mediate is a verb meaning to act between two parties, two groups, two factions, etc in order to help them to get over their differences and find a solution, intermediate, arbitrate, someone occupying the middle position (like the United Nations), being a connecting link.

When you are having differences with your parent, who will mediate between you and the parent? Perhaps the other parent or your sibling, if not, the courts who could be a mediator!

For mediation, you need a mediator, who can mediate.

Derivatives of mediate are mediated (verb), mediation, mediations, mediateness (nouns), and mediative and mediational (adjective: pertaining to mediation, mediative acts of good people).

Mediately is an adverb meaning in a mediate manner, intervention of someone, indirectly.

For mediatization, you need a media, who can mediatize. Mediatize has different meanings in two contexts: historically, mediatize means to ruler over another country or reduce the power of another monarch or king; currently in media and communication research, mediatize means how communications transform society, media’s impact on political systems, assessing how the processes and systems of communication transform society, media’s impact on political communications as the media has emerged as the key institutions.

Mediation and mediatization are complementary.

Mediatization, its alternative spelling is mediatisation or media-tisation, is the impact and influence of mass media in controlling or affecting the audiences.

Are mediation and mediatization one and the same?

Mediatization is a complex process of the presence of media in society and in the political sphere; the mission of mass media is to convey the message from communicators to their audiences.

Politics are mediated; for mediation, mass media is a prerequisite for the functioning of political systems.

Meditate (verb): you know about meditation, or someone would have recommended you to do meditation.

enerally, mediate refers to think about something, to ponder, contemplate, to reflect upon. Spiritually, mediate refers to think about something like self, soul, mind, body, etc for spiritual purposes.

Derivatives of mediate are mediated (verb), meditative (adjective), meditator and meditation (nouns).

Meditation may give solutions to us as how to live in a mediated world by the mediatization.

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