How to cultivate dialogue

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. Adam Lindgreen, François Maon, Joëlle Vanhamme, Beatriz Palacios Florencio, Christine Vallaster, & Carolyn Strong [ed] () Engaging with stakeholders: a relational perspective on responsible business [i] [d]
  2. () Vaccinate against bad arguments [u]
  3. () See ideology as cognitive and not just political [u]
  4. () The surprising power of questions [u]
  5. () Open dialogue: a review of the evidence [p] [d]
  6. Jennifer H. Herman & Linda Burzotta Nilson [ed] () Creating engaging discussions: strategies for 'avoiding crickets' in any size classroom and online [i]
  7. () A role for reasoning in a dialogic approach to critical thinking [d]
  8. () Do reasoning limitations undermine discourse? [d]
  9. () Ten arguments for deleting your social media accounts right now [i]
  10. () Structured democratic dialogue: an application of a mathematical problem structuring method to facilitate reforms with local authorities in Cyprus [d]
  11. () Evidence and presumptions for analyzing and detecting misunderstandings [d]
  12. () Contrarian or jerk? [u]
  13. () Egalitarian fantasy and politics in the real world [u]
  14. () Conversations worth having: using appreciative inquiry to fuel productive and meaningful engagement [i]
  15. () An avalanche of speech can bury democracy [u]
  16. Francesco Arcidiacono & Antonio Bova [ed] () Interpersonal argumentation in educational and professional contexts [i] [d]
  17. () Deliberative citizens, (non)deliberative politicians: a rejoinder [d]
  18. () Argumentation and conflict management in online epistemic communities: a narrative approach to Wikipedia debates [i] [d]
  19. () Therapeutic conversations: therapists' use of observational language contributes to optimal therapeutic outcomes [p] [d]
  20. () A multivariate dynamic systems model for psychotherapy with more than one client [p] [d]
  21. () The virtuous troll: argumentative virtues in the age of (technologically enhanced) argumentative pluralism [d]
  22. () That's so meta!: usability of a hypergraph-based discussion model [i] [d]
  23. () Since Sandy Hook: strategic maneuvering in the gun control debate [d]
  24. () The troubling logic of inclusivity in environmental consultations [d]
  25. () Tell, ask, repair: early responding to discordant reality [d]
  26. () Authoritarian deliberation in China [d]
  27. () Validity and scope as criteria for deliberative epistemic quality across pluralism [d]
  28. () Dialogue, integration, and action: empowering students, empowering community [d]
  29. () Cognitive and interpersonal features of intellectual humility [p] [d]
  30. () Interpreting straw man argumentation: the pragmatics of quotation and reporting [i] [d]
  31. () Analyzing the pragmatic structure of dialogues [d]
  32. () Natural-born arguers: teaching how to make the best of our reasoning abilities [d]
  33. () Creating space at the table: intellectual freedom can bolster diverse voices [d]
  34. () A plea for ecological argument technologies [d]
  35. Antonino Palumbo [ed] () Models of deliberative democracy [i]
  36. () Learning to argue via apprenticeship [p] [d]
  37. () Creating great choices: a leader's guide to integrative thinking [i]
  38. () A new rhetoric for a decolonial world [d]
  39. () Rhetorical closure [d]
  40. () Collusion in restraint of democracy: against political deliberation [as a solution to some failures of democracy] [d]
  41. () Deliberation & the challenge of inequality [d]
  42. () Rhetoric, ethics, and the principle of charity: pragmatist clues to the democratic riddle [d]
  43. () Disagreement as an opportunity, not a threat [book review] [d]
  44. () What can studying designed marital argument interventions contribute to argumentation scholarship? [i] [d]
  45. () Solitary discourse is a productive activity [p] [d]
  46. () Straw men, iron men, and argumentative virtue [d]
  47. () 'Listening silence' and its discursive effects [d]
  48. () Fostering dialogue: exploring the therapists' discursive contributions in a couple therapy [i] [d]
  49. () Combining explanation and argumentation in dialogue [d]
  50. () Bias in legitimate ad hominem arguments [and comment and reply] [u]
  51. () The discussion book: 50 great ways to get people talking [i]
  52. () Analysing practical argumentation [i] [d]
  53. () What virtue argumentation theory misses: the case of compathetic argumentation [d]
  54. () Reductio ad absurdum from a dialogical perspective [d]
  55. () Free speech: ten principles for a connected world [i]
  56. () Virtue and arguers [d]
  57. Sven Ove Hansson & Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn [ed] () The argumentative turn in policy analysis: reasoning about uncertainty [i] [d]
  58. () An ethical perspective on accounting standard setting: professional and lay-experts' contribution to GASB's Pension Project [d]
  59. () I'm right and you're an idiot: the toxic state of public discourse and how to clean it up [i]
  60. () Negotiation and deliberation: grasping the difference [d]
  61. () Intellectual humility, confidence, and argumentation [d]
  62. () Open dialogue: an applied Laingian practice [u]
  63. () When is therapist metacommunication followed by more client collaboration?: the moderation effects of timing and contexts [p] [d]
  64. () Interpretative disputes, explicatures, and argumentative reasoning [d]
  65. () Developing argumentation strategies in electronic dialogs: is modeling effective? [d]
  66. () The benefits of argumentation are cross-culturally robust: the case of Japan [d]
  67. () Why be an intellectually humble philosopher? [d]
  68. Fabio Paglieri, Laura Bonelli, & Silvia Felletti [ed] () The psychology of argument: cognitive approaches to argumentation and persuasion [i]
  69. () Practising insight mediation [i]
  70. () Pluralism as a bias mitigation strategy [u]
  71. () The virtuous arguer: one person, four roles [d]
  72. () Thick, thin, and becoming a virtuous arguer [d]
  73. () Difficult dialogue between next of kin: a Brazilian perspective on obstacles to integration [d]
  74. () Mastering the clinical conversation: language as intervention [i]
  75. () Towards a richer model of deliberation dialogue: closure problem and change of circumstances [d]
  76. () The heart of the fight: a couple's guide to 15 common fights, what they really mean, & how they can bring you closer [i]
  77. () Don't feed the trolls: straw men and iron men [i] [d]
  78. () Conversations at work: promoting a culture of conversation in the changing workplace [i] [d]
  79. () The fake, the flimsy, and the fallacious: demarcating arguments in real life [d]
  80. Gervase R. Bushe & Robert J. Marshak [ed] () Dialogic organization development: the theory and practice of transformational change [i]
  81. () Discussing design: improving communication and collaboration through critique [i]
  82. () Talking to our selves: reflection, ignorance, and agency [i] [d]
  83. () Tacit knowledge awareness and its role in improving the decision-making process in international negotiations [i] [d]
  84. () The analyst's authenticity: 'if you see something, say something' [d]
  85. () Discursive strategies of blame avoidance in government: a framework for analysis [d]
  86. () Constructive controversy: theory, research, practice [i] [d]
  87. () Better conversations: coaching ourselves and each other to be more credible, caring, and connected [i]
  88. () Democratic deliberation in the modern world: the systemic turn [d]
  89. () Quantifying doctors' argumentation in general practice consultation through content analysis: measurement development and preliminary results [d]
  90. () The effects of general practitioners' use of argumentation to support their treatment advice: results of an experimental study using video-vignettes [p] [d]
  91. () Deliberation and disagreement: problem solving, prediction, and positive dissensus [d]
  92. () Meditative dialogue: tuning in to the music of family therapy [d]
  93. () Correcting psychotherapists' blindsidedness: formal feedback as a means of overcoming the natural limitations of therapists [d]
  94. () Experts and laymen grossly underestimate the benefits of argumentation for reasoning [d]
  95. () Arguing from similar positions: an empirical analysis [o] [d]
  96. () Reading the comments: likers, haters, and manipulators at the bottom of the Web [i] [j]
  97. () Positively transforming classroom practice through dialogic teaching [i] [d]
  98. Johanna Seibt & Jesper Garsdal [ed] () How is global dialogue possible?: foundational research on values, conflicts, and intercultural thought [i] [d]
  99. () The embodied attunement of therapists and a couple within dialogical psychotherapy: an introduction to The Relational Mind research project [p] [d]
  100. () Why we argue (and how we should): a guide to political disagreement [i]
  101. () Bi-directional relationships between client and counselor speech: the importance of reframing [p] [d]
  102. () The outrage industry: political opinion media and the new incivility [i]
  103. () Discursive strategies of civil disagreement in public dialogue groups [d]
  104. () How smart is democracy?: you can't answer that question a priori [d]
  105. () Making conflict work: harnessing the power of disagreement [i]
  106. () Opening up ethical dialogue [i] [d]
  107. () The map and the territory: a practitioner perspective on knowledge cartography [i] [d]
  108. () Emotional change in international negotiation: analyzing the Camp David accords using cognitive–affective maps [d]
  109. () The consensus paradox: does deliberative agreement impede rational discourse? [d]
  110. () Conflict 101: hot, cold, or just right? [or: To resolve a conflict, first decide: is it hot or cold?] [u]
  111. () Towards a dialogical undergraduate introductory economics course [d]
  112. () Teaching rational entitlement and responsibility: a Socratic exercise [d] [u]
  113. () Establishing therapeutic dialogue with refugee families [d]
  114. () False polarization: debiasing as applied social epistemology [d]
  115. () Decision making through dialogue: a case study of analyzing preservice teachers' argumentation on socioscientific issues [d]
  116. () A new interpretive pedagogy [u]
  117. () Behavioral and emotional dynamics of two people struggling to reach consensus about a topic on which they disagree [d]
  118. () Emotive language in argumentation [i] [d]
  119. () The problem of unconceived objections [d]
  120. () The virtues of ingenuity: reasoning and arguing without bias [d]
  121. () Learning to facilitate deliberation: practicing the art of hosting [d]
  122. () Difficult conversations: talking with rather than talking at [d]
  123. () Thanks for the feedback: the science and art of receiving feedback (even when it is off-base, unfair, poorly delivered, and frankly, you're not in the mood) [i]
  124. () Comprehensive rhetorical pluralism and the demands of democratic discourse: partisan perfect reasoning, pragmatism, and the freeing solvent of Jaina logic [d] [u]
  125. () Conversation analysis of the two-chair self-soothing task in emotion-focused therapy [p] [d]
  126. () Resolution of an impasse at a network meeting: dialogical sequence analysis of the use of a shared formulation [d]
  127. Juan Esteban Ugarriza & Didier Caluwaerts [ed] () Democratic deliberation in deeply divided societies: from conflict to common ground [i] [d]
  128. () From conflict to creative collaboration: a user's guide to dynamic facilitation [i]
  129. () Living room revolution: a handbook for conversation, community and the common good [i]
  130. () Invoking the authority of feelings as a strategic maneuver in family mealtime conversations [d]
  131. () The dance of opposites: explorations in mediation, dialogue and conflict resolution systems [i]
  132. () Virtue, in context [in argumentation] [d] [u]
  133. () Envisioning the role of facilitation in public deliberation [d]
  134. () A dialogical account of deductive reasoning as a case study for how culture shapes cognition [d]
  135. () Animist intersubjectivity as argumentation: Western Shoshone and Southern Paiute arguments against a nuclear waste site at Yucca Mountain [d]
  136. () My friendship with Martin Buber [i]
  137. () The art of communicating [i]
  138. () The open hand: arguing as an art of peace [i]
  139. () Developing norms of argumentation: metacognitive, epistemological, and social dimensions of developing argumentive competence [d]
  140. () On minimal deliberation, partisan activism, and teaching people how to disagree [d]
  141. () Culturally competent research: using ethnography as a meta-framework [i]
  142. () Visualizing communication structures in science classrooms: tracing cumulativity in teacher-led whole class discussions [d]
  143. () Meditative dialogue: cultivating compassion and empathy with survivors of complex childhood trauma [d]
  144. () Dialogue & deliberation [i]
  145. () Equanimity and intimacy: a Buddhist-feminist approach to the elimination of bias [d]
  146. () The manager as facilitator of dialogue [d]
  147. () Student thought and classroom language: examining the mechanisms of change in dialogic teaching [d]
  148. () Rational versus unreasonable persuasion in doctor–patient communication: a normative account [d]
  149. () Humble inquiry: the gentle art of asking instead of telling [i]
  150. () Arguments about deletion: how experience improves the acceptability of arguments in ad-hoc online task groups [i] [d]
  151. () Argument revision and its role in dialogue [u]
  152. () The reflexive turn: the rise of first-person ethnography [d]
  153. () Teleological justification of argumentation schemes [d]
  154. () Methods of argumentation [i] [d]
  155. () The power of being heard: the benefits of 'perspective-giving' in the context of intergroup conflict [d]
  156. () Community mapping for intercultural dialogue [u]
  157. () Search yourself: commentary on paper by Kenneth A. Frank [d]
  158. () Dialogue: a dialogue between focusing and relational perspectives [d]
  159. () The ethics of argumentation [d] [u]
  160. () Policy World: a cognitive game for teaching deliberation [i] [d]
  161. Ricca Edmondson & Karlheinz Hülser [ed] () Politics of practical reasoning: integrating action, discourse and argument [i]
  162. Frans H. van Eemeren & Bart Garssen [ed] () Topical themes in argumentation theory: twenty exploratory studies [i] [d]
  163. () Transforming communication for peace [i] [d]
  164. () The costs and benefits of arguing: predicting the decision whether to engage or not [i] [d]
  165. () Reasoning and argumentation: towards an integrated psychology of argumentation [d]
  166. Hélène Landemore & Jon Elster [ed] () Collective wisdom: principles and mechanisms [i] [d]
  167. () Provoking more productive discussion of wicked problems [d]
  168. () The case for informal argument [about assessment] [d]
  169. () A speaker-oriented multidimensional approach to risks and causes of miscommunication [d]
  170. () Intergroup dialogue: a critical-dialogic model for conflict engagement [i] [d]
  171. () Making maps that matter: situating GIS within community conversations about changing landscapes [d]
  172. () What would John Dewey say about deliberative democracy and democratic experimentalism? [d]
  173. Niels Pinkwart & Bruce M. McLaren [ed] () Educational technologies for teaching argumentation skills [i]
  174. () Networked: the new social operating system [i] [d] [j]
  175. () Life-changing conversations: 7 strategies for talking about what matters most [i]
  176. () Feedback-giving as social practice: teachers' perspectives on feedback as institutional requirement, work and dialogue [d]
  177. () Subgroup conflicts?: try the psychodramatic 'double triad method' [d]
  178. () Reflecting team processes in family therapy: a search for research [d]
  179. () Understanding the dynamics of community engagement of corporations in communities: the iterative relationship between dialogue processes and local protest at the Tintaya copper mine in Peru [d]
  180. () Self-governance through group discussion in Wikipedia: measuring deliberation in online groups [d]
  181. () Making capability lists: philosophy versus democracy [d]
  182. () Speaking freely: my experiences in individual psychotherapies, group therapies, and growth groups [p] [d]
  183. () We are all learning here: cycles of research and application in adult development [i] [d]
  184. () From belief to knowledge: achieving and sustaining an adaptive culture in organizations [i]
  185. () Tacit knowledge structures in the negotiation process [i] [d]
  186. () Creating dialogic contexts for multidisciplinary clinical reviews: the reflecting team process [d]
  187. () Expertise, argumentation, and the end of inquiry [d]
  188. () Advancing a second-person contemplative approach for collective wisdom and leadership development [d]
  189. () 'Bet you think this song is about you': whose narrative is it in narrative research? [u]
  190. () Introducing dialogic teaching to science student teachers [d]
  191. Roger A. Lohmann & Jon Van Til [ed] () Resolving community conflicts and problems: public deliberation and sustained dialogue [i] [d] [j]
  192. () What good is moral reasoning? [d]
  193. () Learning through deepening conversations: a key strategy of insight mediation [d]
  194. () The un-making of a method: from rating scales to the study of psychological processes [d]
  195. () Becoming dialogical: psychotherapy or a way of life? [d]
  196. () Mindful argument, Deweyan pragmatism, and the ideal of democracy [o]
  197. () Why Twitter's oral culture irritates Bill Keller (and why this is an important issue) [u]
  198. () Reasoning about knowledge using defeasible logic [d]
  199. () Towards the detection of social dominance in dialogue [d]
  200. () An action research approach to the inclusion of immigrants in work life and local community life: preparation of a participatory realm [d]
  201. () Catalytic conversations: organizational communication and innovation [i] [d]
  202. () The circle way: a leader in every chair [i]
  203. () Facilitated dialogues with teachers in conflict-ridden areas: in search of pedagogical openings that move beyond the paralysing effects of perpetrator–victim narratives [d]
  204. () Peacemaking in the culture war between gay rights and religious liberty [u]
  205. () The IBIS field guide: exploring complexity [u]
  206. () Students as learners and teachers: taking responsibility, transforming education, and redefining accountability [d]
  207. () Democracy & rhetoric: John Dewey on the arts of becoming [i]
  208. () Combining facilitated dialogue and spatial data analysis to compile landscape history [d]
  209. () Strategic maneuvering in argumentative discourse: extending the pragma-dialectical theory of argumentation [i]
  210. () How students come to be, know, and do: a case for a broad view of learning [i] [d]
  211. () Arguing to learn and learning to argue: design justifications and guidelines [d]
  212. () Education for human rights, inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue: the role of UNESCO [i] [d]
  213. () Living with the dragon: acting ethically in a world of unintended consequences [i]
  214. () Eloquence and incommensurability: an investigation into the grammar of irreconcilable differences [d]
  215. Nona Lyons [ed] () Handbook of reflection and reflective inquiry [i] [d]
  216. () What we hide in words: emotive words and persuasive definitions [d]
  217. () A dialogical model for engaging spirituality in therapy [d]
  218. () From monologue to dialogue: improving written feedback processes in mass higher education [d]
  219. () Why argue?: towards a cost–benefit analysis of argumentation [d]
  220. () Dominance signals in debates [i] [d]
  221. () How (well-structured) talk builds the mind [i]
  222. () The leaderful fieldbook: strategies and activities for developing leadership in everyone [i]
  223. () Transforming violent conflict: radical disagreement, dialogue and survival [i]
  224. Chris Reed & Christopher W. Tindale [ed] () Dialectics, dialogue and argumentation: an examination of Douglas Walton's theories of reasoning and argument [i]
  225. () What is social learning? [u]
  226. () Reflective interviewing: a guide to theory and practice [i]
  227. () Food for thought: conditions for discourse reflection in the light of environmental assessment [d]
  228. () Partners in thought: working with unformulated experience, dissociation, and enactment [i]
  229. () Toward a Deweyan theory of communicative mindfulness [d]
  230. () Between understanding and misunderstanding [d]
  231. () A dialogue model of belief [d]
  232. () Argumentation and explanation in conceptual change: indications from protocol analyses of peer-to-peer dialog [d]
  233. Claudio Baraldi [ed] () Dialogue in intercultural communities: from an educational point of view [i]
  234. () Conversation and psychotherapy: how questioning reveals institutional answers [d]
  235. () Psychotherapy as a developmental process [i]
  236. () Addressing partisan perceptions [i] [u]
  237. () Democracy, sustainability and dialogic accounting technologies: taking pluralism seriously [d]
  238. () Putting perspectives into participation: constructive conflict methodology for problem structuring in stakeholder dialogues [i] [u]
  239. () Facilitating dialogue between aquaculture and agriculture: lessons from role-playing games with farmers in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam [d]
  240. Kenneth J. Gergen, Stuart M. Schrader, & Mary M. Gergen [ed] () Constructing worlds together: interpersonal communication as relational process [i]
  241. () Drama, talk, and emotion: omitted aspects of public participation [d]
  242. () Culture sensitive arguments [and comment] [u]
  243. () Contestatory performative acts in transnational political meetings [d]
  244. () What we say matters: practicing nonviolent communication [i]
  245. () Interfaith dialogue in global perspective and the necessity of youth involvement [d]
  246. () On advocacy by environmental scientists: what, whether, why, and how [d]
  247. () Argumentation as an object of interest and as a social and cultural resource [i] [d]
  248. () Argumentation in school science: breaking the tradition of authoritative exposition through a pedagogy that promotes discussion and reasoning [d]
  249. () Coping through emotional approach: emerging evidence for the utility of processing and expressing emotions in responding to stressors [i] [d]
  250. () Popular arts and education in community-based participatory research (CBPR): on the subtle craft of developing and enhancing channels for clear conversations among CBPR partners [p] [d]
  251. () Dialogue, forgiveness, and reconciliation [i] [d]
  252. () Worldview and mind: religious thought and psychological development [i]
  253. () Credibility [of scientists] [d]
  254. () Mapping dialogue: essential tools for social change [i]
  255. (/2012) Community conversations: mobilizing the ideas, skills, and passion of community organizations, governments, businesses, and people [i]
  256. () Learning to teach ethics from the heart: a journey of discovery form the inside out [i]
  257. () Getting to know one another through drawing [d]
  258. () Thinking critically about critical thinking: towards a post-critical, dialogic pedagogy for popular visual culture [d]
  259. () Civitas in horto: James Luther Adams and Lowell Welden Livezey at the banquet table of Chicago citizenship [d] [j]
  260. () Invention and public dialogue: lessons from rhetorical theories [d]
  261. () In search of dialogue: staging science communication in consensus conferences [i] [d]
  262. () Wisdom cultivated through dialogue [d]
  263. () Dialogue mapping and collaborative learning [i] [d]
  264. () Designing persuasive dialogue systems: using argumentation with care [i] [d]
  265. () Accidental dialogue [d]
  266. () The importance of the dharma discussion guidelines [u]
  267. () Mobility as stress regulation: a challenge to dialogue in planning? [i]
  268. () Liberating voices: a pattern language for communication revolution [i]
  269. () Conversational mindfulness [u]
  270. () Mutual learning as an agenda for social development [i]
  271. () On teaching and learning: putting the principles and practices of dialogue education into action [i]
  272. () Joyful ignorance and the civic mind [i]
  273. () Witness testimony evidence: argumentation, artificial intelligence, and law [i] [d]
  274. () Toward psychologies of liberation [i] [d]
  275. () Beyond ideology: dialogue [i] [d]
  276. () Clients' experiences of difference with therapists: sustaining faith in psychotherapy [d]
  277. () The locus of the myside bias in written argumentation [d]
  278. () From spheres of civility to critical public spheres: democracy and citizenship in the big house (Part I) [j]
  279. () From spheres of civility to critical public spheres: democracy and citizenship in the big house (Part II) [j]
  280. () Argumentation and distortion [d] [u]
  281. () Reframing practices in moral conflict: interaction problems in the negotiation standoff at Waco [d]
  282. Harlene Anderson & Diane R. Gehart [ed] () Collaborative therapy: relationships and conversations that make a difference [i]
  283. () Indigenous knowledge and western science: the possibility of dialogue [d]
  284. () Employing philosophical dialogue in collaborative science [d]
  285. () Beyond negativity: the effects of incivility on the electorate [d]
  286. Marion Grein & Edda Weigand [ed] () Dialogue and culture [i]
  287. () Storytelling as a medium for balanced dialogue on conservation in Cameroon [d]
  288. () Recognizing the passion in deliberation: toward a more democratic theory of deliberative democracy [d]
  289. () Join the conversation: how to engage marketing-weary consumers with the power of community, dialogue, and partnership [i]
  290. () The ethical attitude in narrative research: principles and practicalities [i]
  291. () Teaching transformation: transcultural classroom dialogues [i] [d]
  292. () Conflict dialogue: working with layers of meaning for productive relationships [i]
  293. () Meditative dialogue: a tool for engaging students in collaborative learning processes [d]
  294. (/2015) What therapists say and why they say it: effective therapeutic responses and techniques [i]
  295. () Dialogue and the development of children's thinking: a sociocultural approach [i]
  296. () Time for learning: classroom dialogue in its temporal context [i]
  297. () The learning conference [d]
  298. () The art of conversation is coordination: common ground and the coupling of eye movements during dialogue [p] [d] [j]
  299. () The little book of dialogue for difficult subjects: a practical, hands-on guide [i]
  300. () Maps narratives and trails: performativity, hodology and distributed knowledges in complex adaptive systems—an approach to emergent mapping [d]
  301. () Carl Rogers and the larger context of therapeutic thought [p] [d]
  302. () Types of dialogue, dialectical relevance, and textual congruity [u]
  303. () Working through intergenerational conflicts by sharing personal stories in dialogue groups [i]
  304. () The dialogue of civilizations in the birth of modern science [i] [d]
  305. () Social contracting in a pluralist process of moral sense making: a dialogic twist on the ISCT [d] [j]
  306. () Dialogue mapping: building shared understanding of wicked problems [i]
  307. () What is the middle ground, anyway? [d] [j]
  308. (/2007) Caring to dialogue: feminism and the treatment of animals [i]
  309. () Leading through conflict: how successful leaders transform differences into opportunities [i]
  310. (/2007) Liderazgo ante la adversidad: cómo los buenos líderes transforman los conflictos en oportunidades [i]
  311. () Dialogism and psychotherapy: therapists' and clients' beliefs supporting monologism [d]
  312. () Make-or-break roles in collaboration leadership [i]
  313. (/2012) Dialogical planning in a fragmented society: critically liberal, pragmatic, incremental [i]
  314. () Fostering dialogue across divides: a nuts and bolts guide from the Public Conversations Project [o]
  315. () The effectiveness of argumentative strategies [d]
  316. () Making a difference: on the constraints of consensus building and the relevance of deliberation in stakeholder dialogues [d]
  317. () On complex communication [d] [j]
  318. () Developing one's own voice as a therapist: a dialogic approach to therapist education [d]
  319. () Marketing is a conversation [u]
  320. () Learning and livelihood [u]
  321. () Disenchanting the rhetoric: human uniqueness and human responsibility [d]
  322. () There's no such thing as 'nonjudgmental' debriefing: a theory and method for debriefing with good judgment [p]
  323. () Psychotherapy integration: a postmodern critique [d]
  324. Sandy Schuman [ed] () Creating a culture of collaboration: the International Association of Facilitators handbook [i]
  325. () The tension between authoritative and dialogic discourse: a fundamental characteristic of meaning making interactions in high school science lessons [d]
  326. () The art of civilized conversation: a guide to expressing yourself with style and grace [i]
  327. () Courageous conversations about race: a field guide for achieving equity in schools [i]
  328. () Involving multiple stakeholders in large-scale collaborative projects [i]
  329. () Theory, practice, and public dialogue: a case study in facilitating community transformation [i]
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  337. () I can tell her anything: the power of girl talk [i]
  338. () Conversation as experiential learning [d]
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  341. () El diálogo de saberes y la educación ambiental [i]
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  350. () From conscientization to interbeing: a personal journey [i]
  351. () Taking conversation, dialogue, and therapy public [d]
  352. () The architecture of participation [i]
  353. Mary E. Williams [ed] () Constructing a life philosophy: opposing viewpoints [i]
  354. () Connecting levels: a systems view on stakeholder dialogue for sustainability [d]
  355. () Emotion, argumentation and informal logic [d] [u]
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  358. () Skill is not enough: seeking connectedness and authority in mediation [d]
  359. () Consensus building: clarifications for the critics [d]
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  361. () Confrontations with power: moving beyond the 'tyranny of safety' in participation [i]
  362. () Multiple pasts, converging presents, and alternative futures [d]
  363. () Equity, diversity, and interdependence: reconnecting governance and people through authentic dialogue [i]
  364. () From consent to mutual inquiry [d]
  365. () Contemporary psychotherapy: moving beyond a therapeutic dialogue [d]
  366. () Dialogic activity structures for project-based learning environments [d]
  367. () Bridging difference through dialogue: a constructivist perspective [d]
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  369. () The teacher as partner: exploring participant structures, symmetry, and identity work in scaffolding [d]
  370. () Your identity zones: Who am I? Who are you? How do we get along? [i]
  371. () The rhetoric of public dialogue [u]
  372. () The tao of democracy: using co-intelligence to create a world that works for all [i]
  373. () Coping with paradox: multistakeholder learning dialogue as a pluralist sensemaking process for addressing messy problems [d]
  374. () Breaking the cycle of distrust [i]
  375. Mirjana N. Dedaić & Daniel N. Nelson [ed] () At war with words [i] [d]
  376. () Desde el diagnóstico territorial participativo hasta la mesa de negociación: orientaciones metodológicas [u]
  377. () Martin Buber's I and thou: practicing living dialogue [i]
  378. Jan van Kuppevelt & Ronnie W. Smith [ed] () Current and new directions in discourse and dialogue [i] [d]
  379. () Practice—thought—practice [i]
  380. () Transcendence and violence: the encounter of Buddhist, Christian, and primal traditions [i]
  381. () Improvised dialogues: emergence and creativity in conversation [i]
  382. () Construction of collective and individual knowledge in argumentative activity [d]
  383. () Open dialogue integrates individual and systemic approaches in serious psychiatric crises [d]
  384. () In search of a pedagogy of conflict and dialogue for mathematics education [i]
  385. () A psychodynamic analysis of discourse theory: understanding the influence of emotions, regression, and change [d] [j]
  386. () From fieldwork to mutual learning: working with PRATEC [d] [j]
  387. () How does the relationship facilitate productive client thinking? [d]
  388. () The three person field: collaborative consultation to psychotherapy [d]
  389. () Ordinary cosmopolitanisms: strategies for bridging racial boundaries among working-class men [d]
  390. () War of the worlds: what about peace? [i]
  391. () Who says change can be managed?: positions, perspectives and problematics [d]
  392. () The leader's edge: six creative competencies for navigating complex challenges [i]
  393. (/2012) Crucial conversations: tools for talking when stakes are high [i]
  394. () Strangers to ourselves: discovering the adaptive unconscious [i]
  395. () Advancing a political ecology of global environmental discourses [d]
  396. () Being upright: Zen meditation and the bodhisattva precepts [i]
  397. () Mediating dangerously: the frontiers of conflict resolution [i]
  398. () The deep blue sea: rethinking the source of leadership [i]
  399. Ruth Hayhoe & Julia Pan [ed] () Knowledge across cultures: a contribution to dialogue among civilizations [i]
  400. () Judgment, rhetoric, and the problem of incommensurability: recalling practical wisdom [i]
  401. () How the way we talk can change the way we work: seven languages for transformation [i]
  402. () Cooperative argumentation: a model for deliberative community [i]
  403. () Putting something in the middle: an approach to dialogue [o]
  404. () Public reflection as the basis of learning [d]
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  407. () Open dialogue in psychosis I: an introduction and case illustration [d]
  408. () Open dialogue in psychosis II: a comparison of good and poor outcome cases [d]
  409. () Public dialogue and participatory democracy: the Cupertino community project [i]
  410. () The origins and nature of arguments: studies in conflict understanding, emotion, and negotiation [d]
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  412. () Will the circle be unbroken?: reflections on death, rebirth, and hunger for a faith [i]
  413. () Liberating oneself from the absolutized boundary of language: a liminological approach to the interplay of speech and silence in Chan Buddhism [d]
  414. () The 10 lenses: your guide to living & working in a multicultural world [i]
  415. (/2009) Communicate successfully by seeking balance [i] [d]
  416. () Dewey on democracy [i]
  417. () Friendly alternatives to the argumentative essay [u]
  418. () Reaching for higher ground in conflict resolution: tools for powerful groups and communities [i]
  419. () From disordering discourse to transformative dialogue [i] [d]
  420. () Constructing psychopathology from a cognitive narrative perspective [i] [d]
  421. () Beyond transactions: on the interpersonal dimension of economic reality [d]
  422. () Portraying science accurately in classrooms: emphasizing open-mindedness rather than relativism [d]
  423. (/2014) Constructive controversy: the value of intellectual opposition [i]
  424. () Creating harmonious relationships: a practical guide to the power of true empathy [i]
  425. () Beyond winning: negotiating to create value in deals and disputes [i]
  426. Robert A. Neimeyer & Jonathan D. Raskin [ed] () Constructions of disorder: meaning-making frameworks for psychotherapy [i] [d]
  427. () Adversarial and non-adversarial thinking [i]
  428. () Systems of knowledge: dialogue, relationships and process [d]
  429. () The art of focused conversation: 100 ways to access group wisdom in the workplace [i]
  430. () Reconciling anthropocentrism and biocentrism through adaptive management: the case of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant and public risk perception [d]
  431. () Alcanzar la paz: diez caminos para resolver conflictos en la casa, el trabajo y el mundo [i]
  432. () Powerful conversations: how high-impact leaders communicate [i]
  433. () Dialogue and the art of thinking together: a pioneering approach to communicating in business and in life [i]
  434. () Wedge and bridge: a note on rhetoric as distinction and as identification [d]
  435. () On seeking first to understand [d]
  436. () The two-person unconscious: intersubjective dialogue, enactive relational representation, and the emergence of new forms of relational organization [d]
  437. () Meetings of minds: dialogue, sympathy, and identification, in reading fiction [d]
  438. () A cultural perspective on resistance [d]
  439. () A safe place for dangerous truths: using dialogue to overcome fear & distrust at work [i]
  440. () Difficult conversations: how to discuss what matters most [i]
  441. (/2000) The third side: why we fight and how we can stop [or: Getting to peace: transforming conflict at home, at work, and in the world] [i]
  442. () One-sided arguments: a dialectical analysis of bias [i]
  443. () Dialogical community: the third way between individualism and collectivism [i]
  444. () Dualism, dialogue and organizations: reflections on organizational transformation and labor-managed firms [d]
  445. () Dialogue at work: making talk developmental for people and organizations [i]
  446. () Wisdom circles: a guide to self-discovery and community building in small groups [i]
  447. () Talking out of turn: notes on participation, learning and action in REFLECT [u]
  448. () Rethinking feminist ethics: care, trust and empathy [i]
  449. () Learning in relationship: foundation for personal and professional success [i]
  450. () A developmental perspective on psychotherapy process, psychotherapists' expertise, and 'meaning-making conflict' within therapeutic relationships: part II: dialectical thinking and psychotherapeutic expertise: implications for training psychotherapists and protecting clients from 'theoretical abuse' [d]
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  452. () Circular questioning: an introductory guide [d]
  453. () The public dimension of scientific controversies [d]
  454. () Dialogue and the transformation of memory [u]
  455. () Coalescent argumentation [i]
  456. () My eye, your face: a conversation [i]
  457. () Giving people a voice rather than a message [u]
  458. () Arguing about public issues: what can we learn from practical ethics? [d]
  459. () Moral conflict: when social worlds collide [i]
  460. () Against deliberation [d]
  461. (/2001) Salons: the joy of conversation [i]
  462. () Clients helping therapists find solutions to their therapy [d]
  463. () Moral climate and the development of moral reasoning: the effects of dyadic discussions between young offenders [d]
  464. Frédérique Apffel-Marglin & Stephen A. Marglin [ed] () Decolonizing knowledge: from development to dialogue [i]
  465. () From diatribe to dialogue on divisive public issues: approaches drawn from family therapy [d]
  466. () Gaslighting, the double whammy, interrogation, and other methods of covert control in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis [i]
  467. () Democracy and disagreement [i]
  468. (/2009) InterViews: learning the craft of qualitative research interviewing [i]
  469. () The trouble with the adversary system in a postmodern, multicultural world [u]
  470. () The politics of ethics: methods for acting, learning, and sometimes fighting with others in addressing ethics problems in organizational life [i]
  471. () Models of teaching and learning: participation in a community of learners [i] [d]
  472. () Bridging the class divide and other lessons for grassroots organizing [i]
  473. () Spiritual interaction, not interfaith dialogue: a Buddhistic contribution [d] [j]
  474. () Communication and the other: beyond deliberative democracy [i]
  475. (/2009) The way of council [i]
  476. () Can we talk?: on the elusiveness of dialogue [d]
  477. () Argument is war—and war is hell: philosophy, education, and metaphors for argumentation [d] [u]
  478. () The metaphoric process: connections between language and life [i] [d]
  479. () Intercultural dialogue and the human image [i]
  480. () Objectivity as responsibility [d] [j]
  481. () Multiple explanation: a consider-an-alternative strategy for debiasing judgments [d]
  482. Ortwin Renn, Thomas Webler, & Peter M. Wiedemann [ed] () Fairness and competence in citizen participation: evaluating models for environmental discourse [i]
  483. () Commitment in dialogue: basic concepts of interpersonal reasoning [i]
  484. (/2000) Future search: an action guide to finding common ground in organizations and communities [i]
  485. Rob Anderson, Ronald C. Arnett, & Kenneth N. Cissna [ed] () The reach of dialogue: confirmation, voice, and community [i]
  486. (/2001) Democracy begins between two [i]
  487. () Empathy and listening skills: a developmental perspective on learning to listen [i]
  488. () Balancing inquiry and advocacy [i]
  489. () The mask of solidarity [i]
  490. (/2002) Learning to listen, learning to teach: the power of dialogue in educating adults [i]
  491. () Alternative strategies for construct elicitation: experimenting with experience [d]
  492. (/2018) Working through conflict: strategies for relationships, groups, and organizations [i]
  493. () Taking flight: dialogue, collective thinking, and organizational learning [d]
  494. (/2014) The first interview [i]
  495. () Celebrating the other: a dialogic account of human nature [i]
  496. (/1995) Listening for a change: oral testimony and community development [i]
  497. () Metaphor in family therapy [d]
  498. () A village council of all beings [i]
  499. Nathaniel Teich [ed] () Rogerian perspectives: collaborative rhetoric for oral and written communication [i]
  500. () The reflecting team: dialogues and dialogues about the dialogues [i]
  501. C. Roland Christensen, David A. Garvin, & Ann Sweet [ed] () Education for judgment: the artistry of discussion leadership [i]
  502. () Premises and practices of discussion teaching [i]
  503. () Two-way environmental education [u]
  504. () The therapeutic relationship according to Carl Rogers: Only a climate? A dialogue? Or both? [i] [u]
  505. Jane J. Mansbridge [ed] () Beyond self-interest [i]
  506. () The loss of wisdom [i] [d]
  507. () Confrontation and non-confrontation as differential techniques in differential client-centered therapy [i] [u]
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  510. () Rational arguments and irrational audiences: psychology, planning, and public judgment [d]
  511. (/2006) The silenced dialogue: power and pedagogy in educating other people's children [i]
  512. () Creativity, criticism, and community [i]
  513. () Role play [i]
  514. Paul O. Ingram & Frederick J. Streng [ed] () Buddhist–Christian dialogue: mutual renewal and transformation [i]
  515. (/1990) The other side of language: a philosophy of listening [i]
  516. () The democratic faith [j]
  517. () Dialectical thinking and adult development [i]
  518. () Meetings at the edge: dialogues with the grieving and the dying, the healing and the healed [i]
  519. (/2001) How to start a conversation and make friends [i]
  520. (/1989) The effective use of role-play: a handbook for teachers and trainers [i]
  521. () Beyond dialogue: toward a mutual transformation of Christianity and Buddhism [i]
  522. () Identifying implicit assumptions [d]
  523. () The council = Zuguswediwin [i]
  524. (/2011) Getting to yes: negotiating agreement without giving in [i]
  525. (/1983) Beyond adversary democracy [i]
  526. (/2012) How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk [i]
  527. (/1984) An introduction to reasoning [i]
  528. (/1987) Dialogues [i]
  529. () Two hats [o]
  530. (/1997) Creative interviewing: the writer's guide to gathering information by asking questions [i]
  531. (/1994) The myth of the framework [i]
  532. () Working: people talk about what they do all day and how they feel about what they do [i]
  533. () Encounter with Martin Buber [i]
  534. (/2003) Humanism of the other [i]
  535. () Encounter: group processes for interpersonal growth [o]
  536. (/1972) The tyranny of structurelessness [o] [u]
  537. () Carl Rogers on encounter groups [o]
  538. () Rhetoric: discovery and change [i]
  539. (/1993) The infinite conversation [i]
  540. Jerry M. Anderson & Paul John Dovre [ed] () Readings in argumentation [o]
  541. () The knowledge of man: selected essays [o]
  542. (/2008) Natural thought: observations made in the course of the interviews [i]
  543. () To hallow this life: an anthology [o]
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  545. () Pointing the way: collected essays [o] [u]
  546. (/1965) Elements of the interhuman [o]
  547. (/1980) The ethics of controversy [i]
  548. () Practical logic [o]
  549. (/1975) Thinking straight: principles of reasoning for readers and writers [i]
  550. (/1965) Between man and man [i]
  551. (/1970) Try giving yourself away: a tonic for these troubled times [i] [u]
  552. (/1965) Dialogue [i]
  553. (/1970) I and thou [i]

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