Kulturen Im Dialog

In an aim to promote an interdisciplinary and intercultural scientific dialogue young graduates of diverse disciplines have tackled the task of intensive ...

Author: Annemarie Profanter

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3631593740

Category: Education

Page: 176

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JungakademikerInnen unterschiedlicher Fachgebiete haben sich mit der Idee, den interdisziplinären sowie interkulturellen wissenschaftlichen Dialog zu fördern, ans Werk gemacht und setzen sich in ihren Beiträgen mit internationalen Fragen beziehungsweise regionalen Themen auseinander. Um den Dialog auch über Sprachgrenzen hinweg anzuregen, sind alle Beiträge mit je einem italienischen, deutschen und englischsprachigen Abstract versehen. Der deskriptive Anspruch dieses Sammelwerks besteht darin, verschiedene Teilaspekte des Phänomens einer multikulturellen Gesellschaft in Südtirol aufzuzeigen. Der konstruktive Anspruch dieses Werks fußt auf einem übergeordneten Ziel: dem Schaffen von Momenten der Begegnung, des intersubjektiven und interdisziplinären Dialogs und erfordert die theoretische Fundierung von praktischen Formen dialogischer Problemanalyse und -bewältigung. Con l'idea di promuovere il dialogo interdisciplinare come anche quello scientifico interculturale neolaureati di diverse facoltà si sono dati da fare e trattano nelle loro opere questioni internazionali ossia temi regionali. Per promuovere il dialogo anche oltre le barriere linguistiche, i contributi si presentano con abstract in lingua inglese, tedesca e italiana. La pretesa descrittiva di questa raccolta di temi sta nel esplicare diversi aspetti del fenomeno di una società multiculturale in Alto Adige. La pretesa costruttiva di questa opera si basa su di un fine superiore: il creare di momenti d'incontro, di un dialogo intersoggettivo e interdisciplinare e richiede una base teorica di forme pratiche di analisi e soluzione dialogica di problemi. In an aim to promote an interdisciplinary and intercultural scientific dialogue young graduates of diverse disciplines have tackled the task of intensive investigation into «cultures in dialogue» as it relates to issues of international as well as regional relevance. In an attempt to motivate dialogue across language barriers all contributions provide abstracts in the three languages: German, Italian and English. The descriptive part of the collected edition provides an overview of diverse aspects of the phenomenon of a multicultural society in South Tyrol. The constructive aspect of the volume pursues the following goal: it creates moments of encounter, of intersubjective as well as interdisciplinary dialogue and lays the basis for a theoretical foundation of practical forms of dialogic problem analysis and problem solving.

Overhearing Film Dialogue

SIX Words as Weapons Dialogue in Gangster Films The rest of the time you're just another good - looking , sweettalking , charm - using , fuck - happy fellow ...

Author: Sarah Kozloff

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520924029

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 332

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Since the birth of cinema, film has been lauded as a visual rather than a verbal medium; this sentiment was epitomized by John Ford's assertion in 1964 that, "When a motion picture is at its best, it is long on action and short on dialogue." Little serious work has been done on the subject of film dialogue, yet what characters say and how they say it has been crucial to our experience and understanding of every film since the coming of sound. Through informative discussions of dozens of classic and contemporary films—from Bringing Up Baby to Terms of Endearment, from Stagecoach to Reservoir Dogs--this lively book provides the first full-length study of the use of dialogue in American film. Sarah Kozloff shows why dialogue has been neglected in the analysis of narrative film and uncovers the essential contributions dialogue makes to a film's development and impact. She uses narrative theory and drama theory to analyze the functions that dialogue typically serves in a film. The second part of the book is a comprehensive discussion of the role and nature of dialogue in four film genres: westerns, screwball comedies, gangster films, and melodramas. Focusing on topics such as class and ethnic dialects, censorship, and the effect of dramatic irony, Kozloff provides an illuminating new perspective on film genres.

On Dialogue

The way we start a dialogue group is usually by talking about dialogue—talking it over, discussing why we're doing it, what it means, and so forth.

Author: David Bohm

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415149129

Category: Communication

Page: 101

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The question of how we communicate is at the heart of On Dialogue. This revised and expanded edition is the most comprehensive documentation to date of best-selling author David Bohm's dialogical world view. Whilst the exercise of dialogue is as old as civilization itself, in recent times a profusion of practices, techniques and definitions has arisen around the term 'dialogue'. None of these approaches can claim to be the correct view, but it is possible to distinguish between them and to clarify the intention of each. To this end, the current edition of On Dialogueilluminates the underlying meaning, purpose and uniqueness of David Bohm's work in this field.

Religious Dialogue as Hermeneutics

Moreover , we would claim further that genuine dialogue is almost impossible without such an advaitic vision . When the individuality of each of the ...

Author: Kuruvila Pandikattu

Publisher: CRVP

ISBN: 1565181395

Category: Religion

Page: 315

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Beyond Dialogue

Beyond Dialogue - Where ? The thesis of this book is that the goal is to go beyond dialogue , yet up to this point the discussion has been almost entirely ...

Author: John B. Cobb Jr.

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725206878

Category: Religion

Page: 172

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Christian Reflection about other religions has often misinterpreted the truth of the other Ways. The Roman Catholic Church and the World Council of churches stress that Christians can gain an appreciative understanding of other traditions only through meaningful dialogue with believers of other faiths. This book, however, emphasizes the need for Christians to go beyond dialogue, to reach for a mutual transformation of Christianity and other religions. By way of example, the author explores with originality the Christian encounter with Mahayana Buddhism. He offer an original view of how Christianity and Buddhism can appropriately transform one another when both partners are truly respected as equal. Both contributing, both benefiting. John Cobb boldly challenges us "to hear in an authentic way the truth which the other has to teach us" and to be transformed by that truth.

Dialogue in Intercultural Communities

1.4 Empowering dialogue, dialogic mediation and conflict management 1.4.1 Empowering dialogue A transcultural form of communication needs 'dialogue' between ...

Author: Claudio Baraldi

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027210210

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 277

View: 182


This book explores the meanings of educational interactions which aim to promote peace and positive relationships. This analysis is based on theories of communication and active participation in education systems, in particular in intercultural settings. The book investigates the cultural presuppositions of dialogues which can empower participants expressions in interactions through the management of discussions and conflicts. These presuppositions are observed in the use of language in participants narratives and interactions. The book draws on the fine-grained analysis of a large corpus of questionnaires, interviews and videotaped interactions collected in 12 camps promoted by CISV (Children s International Summer Villages), an international organisation which is active in 70 countries. The analysis encompasses both organisational meetings and educational activities involving adults, children and adolescents of several nationalities, and shows the importance of the different ways in which the adults who coordinate these meetings and activities act and use language. These different ways of acting in interactions can promote both empowering dialogues and disempowering monologues, with important consequences for the fulfilment of educational purposes. For its contents, theoretical framework and methodology, the book may be of interest for educators, teachers, experts in mediation, scholars and students in cultural sociology, sociolinguistics, communication studies, discourse studies and dialogue studies."

Lost in Dialogue

To Hölderlin we are human because we can dialogue. Hölderlin's ditto condenses five essential aspects of being in dialogue: experience, the Heavenly, ...

Author: Giovanni Stanghellini

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198792062

Category: Medical

Page: 218

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To be human means to be in dialogue. Dialogue is a unitary concept used by the author to address, in a coherent way, three essential issues for clinical practice: 'What is a human being?', 'What is mental pathology'?, and 'What is care?'. In this book Stanghellini argues that to be human means to be in dialogue with alterity, that mental pathology is the outcome of a crisis of one's dialogue with alterity, and that care is a method wherein dialogues take place whose aim is to re-enact interrupted dialogue with alterity within oneself and with the external world. This essay is an attempt to re-establish such a fragile dialogue of the soul with herself and with others. Such an attempt is based on two pillars: a dialectic, person-centered understanding of mental disorders and values-based practice. The dialectic understanding of mental disorders acknowledges the vulnerability constitutive of human personhood. It assumes that the person is engaged in trying to cope, solve and make sense of new, disturbing, puzzling experiences stemming from her encounter with alterity. Values-based practice assumes that the forms of human life are inherently plural. Value-pluralism and recognition are the basis for care. This statement reflects the ideal of modus vivendi that aims to find terms in which different forms of life can coexist, and learn how to live with irreconcilable value conflicts, rather than striving for consensus or agreement. Care is a method wherein dialogues take place whose aim is to re-enact interrupted dialogue with alterity within oneself and with the external world. It includes practices that belong both to logic - e.g., the method for unfolding the Other's form of life and to rescue its fundamental structure - and empathy - e.g., the readiness to offer oneself as a dialoguing person and the capacity to resonate with the Other's experience and attune/regulate the emotional field.

Dialogue Argumentation and Education

'genuine' or 'successful' dialogue in the sense of Gadamer (1971/1995): 'Dialogue has a metamorphosing force. There where a dialogue has succeeded, ...

Author: Baruch B. Schwarz

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107141810

Category: Education

Page: 316

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This book presents the historical, theoretical and empirical foundations of educational practices involving dialogue and argumentation.

Women and Interreligious Dialogue

of scholars working on topics in the area of interreligious dialogue are men.3 However, the reality of interreligious dialogue is much broader than the ...

Author: Catherine Cornille

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781498276849

Category: Religion

Page: 260

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Though women have been objects more often than subjects of interreligious dialogue, they have nevertheless contributed in significant ways to the dialogue, just as the dialogue has also contributed to their own self-understanding. This volume, the fifth in the Interreligious Dialogue Series, brings together historical, critical, and constructive approaches to the role of women in the dialogue between religions. These approaches deal with concrete examples of women's involvement in dialogue, critical reflections on the representation of women in dialogue, and the important question of what women might bring to the dialogue. Together, they open up new avenues for reflection on the nature and purpose of interreligious dialogue.

The Jewish Dialogue With Greece and Rome

From dialogue to denunciation For all its charming introduction , to ascribe good - humour , friendliness , even kindness to the dialogue as a whole , is to ...

Author: Tessa Rajak

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 0391041339

Category: Religion

Page: 579

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This work includes essays on aspects of Judaism in the Greco-Roman world.They derive from the author's long-standing interests in the analysis of texts as documents of cultural and religious interaction.

Controversies in Interreligious Dialogue and the Theology of Religions

The dialogue ofaction: This is concerned with people coming together around areas not seen as primarily 'religious' (or 'sacred' – these terms are discussed ...

Author: Paul Hedges

Publisher: SCM Press

ISBN: 9780334047667

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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A challenging controversial discussion of the current state of the debate about Christianity and other world faiths.

Dialogue and Deconstruction

The Gadamerian turn to dialogue would thus reenact, in the unity of a single gesture, both the Socratic turn to 16701, that Sautapog rthoftq of which ...

Author: Diane P. Michelfelder

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438413006

Category: Philosophy

Page: 352

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Text of and reflection on the 1981 encounter between Hans-Georg Gadamer and Jacques Derrida, which featured a dialogue between hermeneutics in Germany and post-structuralism in France.

Learning Through Dialogue

Dialogues. Across many academic fields, including education, ... Real dialogue offers such a solution. ... This is because mutual dialogue is three-voiced.

Author: Kenneth Paul Kramer

Publisher: R&L Education

ISBN: 9781475804409

Category: Education

Page: 122

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Learning Through Dialogue offers an alternative approach to teaching and learning, which utilizes Martin Buber’s dialogical principles: turning toward, addressing affirmatively, listening attentively, and responding responsibly. The book first presents Buber’s educational theory and method and second presents specific examples of how Buber’s dialogical philosophy can be applied in the classroom.

Dialogue Analysis 2000

Introduction: Dialogue analysis means science based on mutual understanding A browse through the long series of the red volumes of Dialogue Analysis ...

Author: Marina Bondi

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110933253

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 412

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The volume celebrates the tenth anniversary of the International Association for Dialogue Analysis in the year 2000. Part I discusses general methodological issues - mostly within the framework of discourse and conversation analysis - whereas Part II presents specific case studies. The volume includes contributions that address both traditional areas of dialogue analysis such as politeness, and more recent areas of interest such as argumentation or the analysis of dialogic interaction in specific contexts.

Dialogue Among Civilizations

Thus, the first part discusses basically the meaning of civilizational dialogue and some of its parameters, preconditions, and implications.

Author: F. Dallmayr

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137087386

Category: Political Science

Page: 282

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Dialogue Among Civilizations explores the social, cultural, and philosophical underpinnings of 'civilizational dialogue' by asking questions such as: What is the meaning of such dialogue? What are its preconditions? Are there different trajectories for different civilizations? Is there also a dialogue between past and future involving remembrance? Exemplary voices range from Ibn Rushd, Goethe and Hafiz to Soroush, Gadamer, and the Mahatma Gandhi.

Dialogue and Difference in a Teacher Education Program

In our project we used the term dialogue to identify a particular kind of talking and learning. We initially were hard put to say exactly what dialogue ...

Author: Marilyn Johnston-Parsons

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781617357671

Category: Education

Page: 329

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This book is a longitudinal study of a 10-year experimental teacher education program. Follow-up studies and writing continued for 6 years after the program closed. This case study describes a search for effective and socially just practices within a long-term reform initiative intended to prepare teachers for urban schools. The program was run through a Professional Development School--a collaboration between a university program and a diverse group of practicing teachers; and the book was written collaboratively by many of the participants—faculty, mentor teachers, doctoral students, and teacher candidates/graduates. There are few longitudinal studies of teacher education programs, especially ones that focus on what was learned and told by those who did the learning. The narratives here are rich, diverse, and multivocal. They capture the complexity of a reform initiative conducted within a democratic context. It’s difficult, messy and as varied as is democracy itself. The program was framed by a sociocultural perspective and the focus was on learning through difference. Dialogue across difference, which is more than just talk, was both the method for doing research and the means for learning. The program described here began in the ferment of teacher education reform in the early 1990s, responding to the critics of the mid-1980s; and this account of it is finished at a time when teacher education is again under attack from a different direction. Criticized earlier for being too progressive, teacher education is now seen as too conservative. The longitudinal results of this program show high retention rates and ground the argument that quality teacher preparation programs for teaching in urban schools may well be cost effective, as well as provide increased student learning. This is counter to the current move to shorten teacher preparation programs, at a time of low teacher retention in our under resourced urban schools. The book does not advocate a model for teacher education, but it aims to provide principles for practice that include school/university collaboration, democratic dialogue across differences, and inquiry as a way to guide reform.

Writing Dialogue for Scripts

Check that you are not using dialogue to feed information to the audience . Remember that for a line to be said there must be a need on the part of the ...


Publisher: Unistar Books



Page: 150

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The Process of Buddhist Christian Dialogue

The foundation of his particular dialogue with Buddhism is a process he calls “passing beyond dialogue.”8 Passing beyond dialogue does not mean the practice ...

Author: Paul O. Ingram

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781498270212

Category: Religion

Page: 162

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While process philosophers and theologians have written numerous essays on Buddhist-Christian dialogue, few have sought to expand the current Buddhist-Christian dialogue into a "trilogue" by bringing the natural sciences into the discussion as a third partner. This was the topic of Paul O. Ingram's previous book, Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in an Age of Science. The thesis of the present work is that Buddhist-Christian dialogue in all three of its forms--conceptual, social engagement, and interior--are interdependent processes of creative transformation. Ingram appropriates the categories of Whitehead's process metaphysics as a means of clarifying how dialogue is now mutually and creatively transforming both Buddhism and Christianity.

Dialogue Sustained

It was to be it became — a sustained dialogue , in which one meeting began where the previous one left off . The element most essential to such a dialogue ...

Author: James (Associate Voorhees, Kettering Foundation USA)

Publisher: US Institute of Peace Press

ISBN: 1929223307

Category: Political Science

Page: 470

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The participants in the Dartmouth Conference-so named because the first meeting took place at Dartmouth College in 1960-didn't just open up a new level of East-West understanding, they also pioneered a new kind of dialogue between adversaries. They were not government officials, yet their aim was somehow to narrow the divide between the Soviet and American governments-and indeed their peoples. Over the course of more than 40 years, as relationships warmed and trust developed, their dialogue deepened and widened. The ideas and information exchanged between them filtered into public discourse and were channeled into policymaking circles on both sides of the Iron Curtain. The impact of the Dartmouth Conference can never be measured precisely, but it was substantial. As James Voorhees demonstrates, the concept of the multilevel peace process, and especially the idea of sustained dialogue between influential but unofficial members of seemingly implacable groups, evolved as the Dartmouth process evolved. Unfettered by the constraints on official diplomats, the participants could speak with a rare degree of candor and freedom on a wide range of subjects, sustaining their conversation from one meeting to the next and building a foundation of shared knowledge. As Harold Saunders and Vitaly Zhurkin explain in a concluding chapter, the lessons learned and techniques developed at Dartmouth are being applied today in numerous settings. Drawing on extensive research and interviews, this highly readable account of the evolution of a unique peacemaking venture adds a new perspective on both the Cold War and the conduct of multilevel peace processes.

Discourse Dialogue and Technology Enhanced Learning

DIALOGUE? The. role. of. dialogue. in. education. The power of discourse to change understanding has been recognised at least since Socrates.

Author: Rachel Pilkington

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317429104

Category: Education

Page: 250

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Discourse, Dialogue and Technology Enhanced Learning is invaluable to all those wanting to explore how dialogic processes work and how we facilitate them. Dialogue is an important learning tool and it is by understanding how language affects us and how we use language to encourage, empathise, inquire, argue and persuade that we come closer to understanding processes of change in ourselves and our society. Most researchers in Education will find themselves interpreting some form of data in the form of words; whether these words be explanations, conversations, narrations, reflections, debates or interviews and whether they are conducted through digital media or face-to-face. Discourse, textual or spoken, is therefore central to researching education. Each chapter focuses on the ways in which alternative levels of discourse analysis provide tools for the researcher, enabling insights into the way language works in learning, teaching practice and wider society. Drawing on the author’s own ‘DISCOUNT’ discourse analysis coding scheme and including a wide range of dialogue examples, this book covers: Why Dialogue? The Role of Dialogue in Education. Debate: Learning to Argue and Arguing to Learn Towards Meaning-Making: Inquiry, Narrative and Experience The Role of the Significant Other: Facilitation, Scaffolding and Mediation Inclusion, Collaboration and Community Media, Mode and Digital Literacy Researching Voices and Texts Discourse, Dialogue and Technology Enhanced Learning will be an essential resource for all students, educators and educational researchers who have an interest in the role of discourse in educational contexts.