Is a Stage Model of Mediation Necessary?

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    • Abstract:
      Although stage models of mediation have dominated theory and practice in mediation, several aspects of mediation practice are not fully consistent with a stage model This article makes explicit several stage model anomalies and offers an alternative conceptualization of the mediation process. This emergent-focus model is compatible with Bush and Folger's (1994) view of mediation as a transformative process. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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