This work presents nine authors' ideas on how dialogue operates. they cover the theoretical basis for the social nature of language from a number of different academic perspectives, examining not only the "transparent", face to face dialogue between people, but also the symbolic nature of human communication. The different disciplines from which the contributors draw their views are phenomenology, semiotics, pragmatics, the sociology of knowledge, ethnomethodology, symbolic interactionism and German Expressionism.
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Ivana Markova was born in Czechoslovakia but has lived in the UK since 1967. She is Professor of Psychology at the University of Stirling and has been a visiting professor at the Universities of Oslo, Bern, Paris, Linkoping, Mexico and Bologna. She directs three international research groups in the European Laboratory of Social Psychology at the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme in Paris. She is also a Fellow of the British Academy, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and of the British Psychological Scoiety. Previous books include Paradigms, Thought and Language (1982), Human Awareness (1987), Mutualities of Dialogue ed. (1995).
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