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Dialogue and the Birth of the Individual Mind: With an Example of Communication with a Congenitally Deafblind Person

Journal article
Authors Per Linell
Published in Journal of Deafblind Studies on Communication
Volume 3
Issue 1
Pages 59-79
ISSN 2589-3424
Publication year 2017
Published at Department of Education, Communication and Learning
Pages 59-79
Language en
Links jdbsc.rug.nl/article/view/29196/265...
Keywords Classical dialogism, extended dialogism, communication, perception, touch, trust.
Subject categories Learning

Abstract

In this paper I comment on the relationship between general dialogical theory (”dialogism”) and the analysis of interaction involving persons with congenital deafbildness (CDB). My treatment of CDB communication builds heavily on the work of Vege (2009) and Souriau (2009). In addressing some differences between major dialogical meta-theories I argue that we need a theory of ”extended dialogism”, which – among other things – extends its domains of interest beyond exchanges between co-present persons using vocal-verbal

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