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Dialogism is an integrationism: reply to Peter Jones

Journal article
Authors Per Linell
Published in Language and Dialogue
Volume 8
Issue 2
Pages 306-327
ISSN 2210-4119
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Education, Communication and Learning
Pages 306-327
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1075/ld.00017.lin
Keywords dialogue, dialogism, integrationism, verbal interaction, sense-making, communication, distributed language, interactivity, reflections, sign, Linguistics, arles goodwin, v19, p227
Subject categories Other Humanities

Abstract

In Language and Dialogue 8:1 (2018), Peter Jones wrote a critical article dealing with dialogical theory in the context of language and communication. His article covered several theoretical and methodological frameworks dealing with concepts of dialogue, here interpreted from the point-of-view of Roy Harris's integrationism. Edda Weigand (this issue) has written a comprehensive discussion article which mainly focuses on Pable (2018) and Orman (2018) as well as Harris's original work. In my present response to Jones I deal almost exclusively with my own version of "extended dialogism", which was included among his targets. I argue that extended dialogism is actually a form of moderate integrationism. I demonstrate that Jones's contribution has several interesting points, but that it also contains a number of misguided interpretations.

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