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Editors: Mariann Märtsin (Cardiff University, UK), Brady Wagoner, Emma-Louise Aveling, Irini Kadianaki (University of Cambridge, UK), Lisa Whittaker (University of Stirling, UK)
Book Description:
The phenomenon which dialogism addresses is human interaction. It enables us to conceptualise human interaction as intersubjective, symbolic, cultural, transformative and conflictual, in short, as complex. The complexity of human interaction is evident in all domains of human life, for example, in therapy, education, health intervention, communication, and coordination at all levels. A dialogical approach starts by acknowledging that the social world is perspectival, that people and groups inhabit different social realities. This book stands apart from the proliferation of recent books on dialogism, because rather than applying dialogism to this or that domain, the present volume focuses on dialogicality itself to interrogate the concepts and methods which are taken for granted in the burgeoning literature. (Imprint: Nova Press)

Table of Contents:
Foreword
(Alex Gillespie)pp.i-xi

Introduction: Opening the dialogue
(The editors)pp.xiii-xxi

Part I: Challenging approaches to dialogicality pp.1-2

Chapter 1. Dialogical writing and dialogical theory: Reflections on Locke, Shaftesbury and fictional things;pp. 3-18
(Michael Billig)

Chapter 2. Locating the dialogical self within a cultural sphere;pp. 19-32
(Amrei C. Joerchel)

Chapter 3. What is an utterance?;pp. 33-52
(Andrés Haye and Antonia Larraín)

Chapter 4. Dialogical theories at the boundary;pp. 53-64
(Sanne Akkerman and Theo Niessen)

Commentary 1 to Part I: Challenges to dialogical science;pp. 65-76
(Ivana Marková)

Commentary 2 to Part I: From ‘already made things’ to ‘things in the making’: Inquiring ‘from within’ the dialogic;pp. 77-102
(John Shotter)

Part II: Reflections on dialogical methodologies pp.103-104

Chapter 5. Repairing ruptures: Multivocality of analyses;pp. 105-127
(Brady Wagoner, Alex Gillespie, Jaan Valsiner, Tania Zittoun, João Salgado and Livia Simão)

Chapter 6. Voices of graphic art images;pp. 128-146
(Marcela Lonchuk and Alberto Rosa)

Chapter 7. Dialogues about research;pp. 147-162
(Pernille Hviid and Zachary Beckstead)

Commentary to Part II: Dialogical methodologies in practice;pp. 163-170
(Kyoko Murakami)

Part III: Dialogicality in social practices pp.171-172

Chapter 8. Innovative moments in psychotherapy: Dialogical processes in developing narratives;pp. 173-192
(Miguel Goncalves, Carla Cuhna, Antonio P. Ribeiro, Inês Mendes, Anita Santos, Marlene Matos and João Salgado)

Chapter 9. Empathy and emotion from the perspective of dialogical self theory;pp. 193-204
(Thorsten Gieser and Hubert Hermans)

Chapter 10. Gender, embodiment, and positioning in the dialogical self: Do men and women see eye to eye?;pp. 205-220
(Peter Raggatt)

Chapter 11. Dialogicality and the (de)securitization of self: Globalisation, migration and multicultural politics;pp. 221-240
(Catarina Kinnvall and Sarah Scuzzarello)

Commentary to Part III: Coordinating positions to arrive at change: Creative tensions within the dialogical self framework;pp. 241-248(Jaan Valsiner)

In place of a conclusion;pp. 249-254

About the authors;pp. 255-262

Index pp.263-269

   Series:
      Psychology Research Progress
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 3rd Quarter
   Pages: 290,7x10 (NBC - C) 269pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-817-5
   Status: AV
  
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