Iada - Discourse, Dialogicity & Dialogue

Description

The Iada - Discourse, Dialogicity & Dialogue is a multidisciplinary discussion of prospects and limits of mediating human culture(s) through dialogue.

The Iada - Discourse, Dialogicity & Dialogue covers topics such as:

  • Dialogue in (public) social institutions (media, politics, business, healthcare, courts, science, education, religion, family, etc.);
  • (new) genres and modalities of dialogue;
  • Multilingual and intercultural dialogue;
  • Narratives in dialogue;
  • Searching for common ground in communication;
  • Pragmatics, semantics and rhetoric of dialogue;
  • Positioning in dialogue; heteroglossia and polyphony of voices in dialogue;
  • (un)certainty and knowledge in dialogue: negotiating, deliberating and establishing social facts; argument structure; commitment to truth and obligation, etc.;
  • Conflict management and problem-solving in mediation, arbitration, social consultations, counselling, therapy, etc.; dialogue in peace-making, peace-building and peace-keeping;
  • Tension or complementariness between/within local and global, contemporary and historical, modern and traditional interactive patterns;
  • Confronting and counteracting verbal oppression (deception, cheating, lying, perpetration, propaganda, censorship, manipulation, etc.);
  • Online dispute resolution;
  • Minority and immigrant discourses in intercultural dialogue;
  • Discourses of commemoration and reconciliation;
  • Transparency of meaning in dialogue; discoursal bias and neutrality;
  • Ethical aspects of dialogue: participation and uniplurality in discourse; speaker/writer subjectivation; authentic and fake dialogue;
  • Dialogic formation of personal and communal identity; transformation of self, other and culture in dialogue; dialogue and language/culture change;
  • Expressing reflexivity, (self-)reflection and responsibility in dialogue;
  • Dialogue-oriented attitudes in intercultural and foreign/second language instruction;
  • Role of dialogue in pedagogy of critical language awareness and language/media literacy;
  • Literary/artistic discourses and dialogue; translation and dialogue.

The Iada - Discourse, Dialogicity & Dialogue brings together:

  • Discourse analysts
  • Linguists
  • Psychologists
  • Sociologists
  • Law experts
  • Political and media scientists
  • Anthropologists
  • Philosophers
  • Teachers)
  • Culture mediators (translators
  • Other researchers from related disciplines

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