: Dialogicality and Social Representations: The Dynamics of Mind: Ivana Marková: Books. This book develops a theory of social knowledge based on dialogicality, the capacity relation or opposition to otherness, and the theory of social representations. Title in English, Markova, I.: Dialogicality and Social Representations:The Dynamics of Mind. Authors. HYTYCH Roman. Type, Article in Periodical. Magazine /.

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Home This editionEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: Dialogicality and social representations: Cambridge University Press, Check copyright status Cite this Title Dialogicality and social representations: Summary “The theory of social knowledge developed in this book is based on dialogicality and the theory of social representations.


It is argued that dialogicality, the capacity of the human mind to conceive, create and communicate about social realities in terms of, or in opposition to otherness, is the sine qua non of the human mind. Social representations are sharply distinguished from dialogicaliyy and collective representations.

Being embedded in history and culture, represrntations representations manifest themselves in public discourses and social thinking about phenomena, which touch in some fundamental ways upon social representations places communication and the concept of change in the centre of social psychology. Ivana Markova’s new book is unique in bringing together the concept of dialogue and social knowledge and will make an important contribution to social psychology, social and human science and communication studies.

Thinking and antinomies 3. Linguistic and dialogical antinomies 4. Thinking through the mouth 5. Dialogical triads and three-component processes 7. Understanding themata and generating social representations 8. Machine derived contents note: An epistemological problem for social psychology Conclusion social representations and dialogicality.

Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.

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