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Journal Title: Language and Dialogue
Volume/Issue:   2/1
Issue Title: Dialogue and Representation
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 2012. vi, 189 pp.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Dialogue and representation: A plurality of approaches
Alain Létourneau and François Cooren
1–8

1. Analytic papers: Linguistics, conversation analysis, argumentative analysis

Working to keep aligned in psychotherapy: Using nods as a dialogic resource to
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Peter Muntigl, Naomi Knight and Ashley Watkins
9–27

The representation of self through the dialogic properties of talk and conduct
Robert E. Sanders
28–40

Activity, materiality, and creative struggle in the communicative constitution
of organizing: Two cases of communication design practice
Mark Aakhus and Leon V. Laureij
41–59

Mathematical meaning-making in whole-class conversation: Functional-grammatical
analysis of a paradigmatic text
Betina Zolkower and Elizabeth de Freitas
60–79

The arroseur arrosé or the misfortunes of pathos in a media dialogue
Danièle Torck
80–104

Defining dialogue in ancient Rome: Cicero’s De oratore, drama and the notion of
everyday conversation
Jean-Pierre De Giorgio
105–121

Proceduralism and implicatures in dialogue: Reflections on improving rational
cooperation under bounded reasoning conditions
Luciana Garbayo
122–139

Beyond dialogue: Levinas and otherwise than the I–Thou
Ronald C. Arnett
140–155

Towards a pragmatic semantics: Dialogue and representation in Friedrich Schlegel
and Schleiermacher
Guillaume Lejeune
156–173

The verbalization of repressed intentions: A socially instituted practice
Jean-Baptiste Lamarche
174–189
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Philosophy of Language
Pragmatics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Ling & Literature
 
LL Issue: 23.2464