Relating: Dialogues and Dialectics
This book draws on the dialogism of social theorist Mikhail Bakhtin to develop a new approach which the authors term "relational dialectics" to the study of interpersonal communication. Emphasizing a social self instead of a sovereign self, multivocal oppositions instead of binary contradictions, and indeterminate change instead of transcendent synthesis, chapters examine and critique prevailing approaches to interpersonal communication. Building on these theoretical foundations, the volume rethinks such key areas as relationship development, closeness, certainty, openness, communication competence, and the boundaries between self, relationship, and society, and raises intriguing questions for future research.
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Bakhtin and the Voice of Dialogism
Modern Dialectical Voices
Other Conceptual Voices
The Monologue of Progress
Personal Relationships and Society in Dialogue
Fluid Forces and Dynamic Boundaries
Dialogic Principles of Excellence
The Duels and Dualities of Pluralism
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