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This research is to present the development of Mediator Characteristics at Sumutprakarn Provincial Court by Buddhist Peaceful Means; it is a qualitative field research with 9 groups of sampling study of (1) mediators who received the outstanding rewards, (2) other mediators, (3) Buddhist scholars, (4) Buddhist-peaceful- means academicians, (5) mediating-training, (6) Dhamrongdhama Center, (7) Mediators of Sumutprakarn Provincial Court, (8) dispute mediation clients, and (9) administrators and staff of Sumutprakarn Provincial Court, totaling 42 people; the tools to collect data are recorder, photographing, taking notes; computerized system with the following steps: 1) bringing the information from studying related various documents to separate into issues and groups in accordance with the research objective, 2) bringing the information from interviews to descriptively analyze and study by using the primary information to analyze and separate into types for finding conclusion, and then collect more information to analyze in the last step to create conclusion according to the objective for bringing as the base in making a model of Development of Mediator Characteristics at Sumutprakarn Provincial Court by Buddhist Peaceful Means.
From the research, its result indicates that the model of Development of Mediator Characteristics at Sumutprakarn Provincial Court by Buddhist Peaceful Means comprises the Three Golden Rules of the Threefold Learning of adding Dhamma, mediating skills in Buddhist perspective, practicing skills for enhancing the five energies in mediating, area of making dialogs with good friends for knowledge exchange and enhancement of energy; it is called “T-I-PModel”.
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