How have professional labor mediators been influenced by the
dramatic change in the climate of American industrial relations
that occurred between the administrations of Presidents Kennedy and
Reagan? The author has replicated an early 1960s survey of
full-time labor mediators employed by the Federal Mediation and
Conciliation Service and by state labor relations agencies. The
results showed that demographic differences between state and
federal mediators identified in the 1960s continued into the 1980s.
Nonetheless, mediator attitudes converged over the years. Thus
environmental and psychological changes appear to have increased
similarities among mediators, and agency mediation has become an
increasingly professional occupation where newcomers serve an
apprenticeship before becoming fully socialized into the
occupational point of view.
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