Approaches to the Individual: The Relationship Between Internal and External Conversation
By: Dr. Athanasia Chalari (author)Paperback
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This study sees 'mediation' as a way of understanding the relationship between internal and external conversation, which underpins how individuals are connected to society. The relationship between these aspects of conversation is crucial in allowing selves to achieve subjectively-defined 'balance' between inner and outer worlds.
ATHANASIA CHALARI is Lecturer in the Department of Sociology, University of Manchester, UK. Previously, she was a supervisor at the University of Cambridge, UK and a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University, USA. Her research focuses upon current and classic Social Theory.
Introduction PART I: THEORETICAL BACKGROUND G. Simmel and E. Goffman on Internal and External Conversation The Contribution of American Pragmatism Recent Approaches The Methodological Aspect of Conversation Analysis PART II: MEDIATION PROCESS Introducing Mediation Mediation Dichotomy Mediation Synthesis Conclusion Notes Bibliography
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