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The Healing Power of Dialogos Dialogues: Transformative Learning through Dialogical Philosophizing  [PDF]
Guro Hansen Helskog
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.211011
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To what extent might Dialogos philosophical dialogues conducted over time have therapeutical or healing effect? This is the question explored in this paper. Drawing on the model of Mezirow, transformative learning theory is applied to excerpts of qualitative empirical material from the Gandhi Project, an action research project aimed at trying out the Dialogos approach to practical philosophy in intercultural and interfaith educational contexts. Students claimed to have gained self- knowledge and knowledge of others, and that they had enhanced their social courage as well as their ability to cope with problems, personal or other, both in school and in general life. In general, they reported that they had become more mature through the project. The conclusion is that the approach is promising when transformative learning and psychological healing is made an aim of education.

The Theory and Practice of Dialogue Teaching in University Political Course  [PDF]
Zhiwu Zhou
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.54017
Abstract: University political course is the main position to systemically educate undergraduates on Marxist theory. It has very important practical significance. Whereas, concerning the current situation of university political course, the teaching effectiveness has a considerable gap with its duty, which needs our introspection. From the perspective of dialogue teaching, this article discusses the theory and practice of political teaching in university.
LITERATURE REVIEW ON SOCIAL DIALOGUE IN POLAND
Agata Anacik,Seweryn Krupnik,Joanna Skrzynska,Dariusz Szklarczyk
Studia Humanistyczne (Kraków. 2003) , 2009,
Abstract: The article depicts the most important aspects of social dialogue in Poland: definitions and dimensions of the term, basic research questions, dialogue partners and factors influencing the quality of social dialogue. The potential of subsequent research issues are advocated: institutionalized forms and bottom-up models of social dialogue, public policies aiming at enhancement of the analyzed process. Moreover, the social dialogue can be treated as a public policy itself.
Exploratory Perspectives for an AQAL Model of Generative Dialogue
Olen Gunnlaugson
Integral Review , 2007,
Abstract: Otto Scharmer’s generative dialogue model of the four fields of conversation has been largely applied in organizational settings with the intent of fostering conditions for groups to learn to think together, generate new knowledge and solve the deeper problems that pervade organizational culture. This article introduces elements of Wilber’s Integral or AQAL paradigm as an interpretive framework for advancing key distinctions within Scharmer’s account of generative dialogue.
Dialogue on the threshold and diatribe: construction mechanisms of the individual's self-consciousness
Aurora Gedra Ruiz Alvarez,Lílian Lopondo
Bakhtiniana: Revista de Estudos do Discurso , 2012,
Abstract: This paper is about the dialogue on the threshold whose origins are in the Socratic dialogue and the diatribe (a dialogued internal gender), both understood as privileged mechanisms in the construction of the main character of Dostoevski′s novel Uma criatura dócil [The Meek One]. Its aim is to discuss the materiality of the text – mainly the dialogue on the threshold when the main character is in its existential crisis – and the mechanism of the diatribe which provokethe philosophical dialogue experience that the individual assumes while constituting his voice.
Diálogos entre padres y adolescentes sobre sexualidad: discursos morales y médicos en la reproducción de las desigualdades de género
Jones, Daniel Eduardo;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832010000100014
Abstract: teenage girls and boys construct certain dimensions of their sexuality through dialogue with adults, who transmit values and standards to them. this paper analyzes conversations about sexuality between teenagers and their parents, in which medical and moral discursive registers are interlinked. the study was based on 46 individual interviews with boys and girls between 15 and 19 years of age, from middle-level socioeconomic strata who were living in trelew (a city of 90,000 inhabitants in patagonia, argentina) and attending high school. to explain differences in the dynamics of dialogue between the teenage girls and boys, we constructed the notions of parental control over teenage girls' sexuality and material and discursive omnipresence of condoms. these notions show how this dialogue with adults is crossed by unequal gender expectations that are, in turn, reinforced by these adults.
Currículo, diferen?a cultural e diálogo
Moreira, Antonio Flavio Barbosa;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302002000300003
Abstract: acknowledging that our society is ineluctably multicultural, this paper advocates this situation should be faced through a critical multiculturalism. it suggests that dialogue, despite the problems involved in its promotion, can avoid that politics of difference destroy a common project of change. drawing on interviews with seven brazilian researchers in multiculturalism, their views on difference, dialogue and curriculum practice are analyzed. the text still argues that the tension between the insights of critical curriculum theory and the contributions of contemporary social and cultural theorizing can illuminate the discussion of such issues.
A aprendizagem como disciplina de diálogo: implica??es científicas e sociais
Magalh?es, Mauro de Oliveira;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2003000100004
Abstract: the article examines the historical and philosophical background of occidental thinking in order to make explicit the tacit beliefs about the nature of knowledge behind the social interactions with emphasis on the academic and scientific fields. the consequences of the ideas and attitudes inherent in the philosophical tradition started by socrates and plato on the typical mode of thinking and problem-solving of our culture are analyzed. the task of knowing is described as a discipline of dialogue and social construction.
SOCRATES: PLATONIC POLITICAL IDEAL
LONG,CHRISTOPHER P;
Ideas y Valores , 2012,
Abstract: this essay articulates the differences and suggests the similarities between the practices of socratic political speaking and those of platonic political writing. the essay delineates socratic speaking and platonic writing as both erotically oriented toward ideals capable of transforming the lives of individuals and their relationships with one another. besides it shows that in the protagoras the practices of socratic political speaking are concerned less with protagoras than with the individual young man, hippocrates. in the phaedo, this ideal of a socrates is amplified in such a way that platonic writing itself emerges as capable of doing with readers what socratic speaking did with those he encountered. socrates is the platonic political ideal. the result is a picture of the transformative political power of socratic speaking and platonic writing both.
Análisis de los estilos lingüísticos de paciente y terapeuta durante la conversación terapéutica en episodios de cambio, utilizando el Buscador Lingüístico y Contador de Palabras (LIWC)
Valdés Sánchez,Nelson;
Subjetividad y procesos cognitivos , 2010,
Abstract: the growing interest in knowing what happens during the psychotherapeutic process has made researchers focus on the study of verbal and non-verbal patient-therapist interaction, considering a notion of performative language, in which the language is not only understood as a simple reflection of reality, but as constitutive of it. we assumed that during the therapeutic conversation, both patient and therapist, are also "doing something" while they are "saying something" (reyes et al., 2008; searle, 1980, 2002). consequently, the conversation between patient and therapist can set a new reality on which the patient's psychological change is built. there is also support in the last three decades to conclude that the physical and mental health is correlated with the type of words used during the conversation (chung & pennebaker, 2007; graybeal, sexton & pennebaker, 2002; niederhoffer & pennebaker, 2002; stirman & pennebaker, 2001; slatcher, vazire & pennebaker, 2008), which is a reflection of the way their psychological processes are structured. this article includes the results of using the linguistic inquiry and word count (liwc, pennebaker, booth & francis, 2001) for the analysis of the therapeutic conversation between patient and therapist during change episodes, based on certain linguistic and psychological categories.
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