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Rethinking language, mind, and world dialogically : interactional and contextual theories of human sense-making

Author: Per Linell
Publisher: Charlotte, NC : Information Age Pub., ©2009.
Series: Advances in cultural psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A work of the author of ""Approaching Dialogue"" (1998), ""The Written Language Bias in Linguistics"" (2005) and ""Dialogue in Focus Groups"" (2007, with I Markova, M Grossen and A Salazar Orvig).

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Per Linell
ISBN: 9781593119959 159311995X 9781593119966 1593119968
OCLC Number: 276138385
Description: xxx, 482 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Series Editor's Introduction: Rethinking Dialogicality: Solidity of Theory Amidst of the Flow of Dialogues, Jaan Valsiner. Preface and Overview.; PART I: INTO THE WORLD OF DIALOGICAL CONCEPTS.; Chapter 1: Conceptual and Terminological Preliminaries: Dialogue, Dialogism, Dialogicality.; Chapter 2: Dialogism and Its Axiomatic Assumptions.; Chapter 3: Monologism.; Chapter 4: Situations And Situation-Transcending Practices.; PART II: SOCIAL MINDS: SELVES, OTHERS AND THE INTER-WORLD.; Chapter 5: Dialogue and The Other.; Chapter 6: The Dialogical Self.; Chapter 7: A Relational Interworld Beyond Individual Minds.; PART III: SENSE-MAKING: INTERACTIONS, COMMUNICATIVE PROJECTS, UTTERANCES AND TEXTS.; Chapter 8: Monological and Dialogical Practices.; Chapter 9: Social Interaction and Power.; Chapter 10: Meaning and Understanding.; Chapter 11: Signs and Representations As Dialogical Entities.; Chapter 12: Dynamics and Potentialities of Sense-Making: Developmental Aspects.; PART IV: LANGUAGING: EMBODIMENT AND SOCIAL EMBEDDING.; Chapter 13: Rethinking Language in Dialogical Terms.; Chapter 14: Dialogue and Grammar: Methods for Constructing Utterances.; Chapter 15: Dialogue and Lexicology: Meaning Potentials of Lexical Resources.; Chapter 16: Dialogue and Artefacts.; Chapter 17: Dialogue and The Brain.; PART V: DIALOGICAL THEORIES - CONVERGENCES AND DIVERGENCES.; Chapter 18: Dialogism and The Scientific Enterprise.; Chapter 19: Monologism and Dialogism: Summary with Some Historical Flashbacks.; Chapter 20: Some Misinterpretations of Dialogism.; Chapter 21: Epilogue. References.
Series Title: Advances in cultural psychology.
Responsibility: Per Linell.

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