Table of contents for Dialogue : theorizing difference in communication studies / Rob Anderson, Leslie A. Baxter, and Kenneth N. Cissna, editors.


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Contents
Foreword: Entering into Dialogue:
Julia T. Wood
Introduction: Texts and Contexts of Dialogue
Rob Anderson, Leslie A. Baxter, and Kenneth N. Cissna
Part I: Exploring the Territories of Dialogue
Chapter 1	Relationships Among Philosophers of Dialogue
John Stewart, Karen E. Zediker, and Laura Black
Chapter 2	Taking a Communication Perspective on Dialogue
W. Barnett Pearce and Kimberly A. Pearce
Chapter 3	The Ontological Workings of Dialogue and Acknowledgment
Michael J. Hyde
Chapter 4	A Dialogic Ethic "Between" Buber and Levinas: A Responsive Ethical "I"
Ronald C. Arnett
Chapter 5	Dialogue, Creativity, and Change
Sheila McNamee and John Shotter
Part II: Personal Voices in Dialogue
Chapter 6	Dialogues of Relating
Leslie A. Baxter
Chapter 7	Dialogue as the Search for Sustainable Organizational Co-Orientation
James R. Taylor
Chapter 8	Critical Organizational Dialogue: Open Formation and the Demand of "Otherness"
Stanley Deetz and Jennifer Simpson
Chapter 9	Dialectical Tensions and Dialogic Moments as Pathways to Peak Experiences
H. L. Goodall, Jr. and Peter M. Kellett
Chapter 10	Double Binds as Structures in Dominance and of Feelings: Problematics of Dialogue
Leonard C. Hawes
Part III: Public Voices in Dialogue
Chapter 11	Public Dialogue and Intellectual History: Hearing Multiple Voices
Kenneth N. Cissna and Rob Anderson
Chapter 12	Race and the (Im)possibility of Dialogue
Mark McPhail
Chapter 13	When is Communication Intercultural? Bakhtin, Staged Performance, and Civic Dialogue
Mary S. Strine
Chapter 14	Media Studies and the Dialogue of Democracy
John J. Pauly
Conclusion: Voices, Conversation Fragments and a Temporary Conclusion
Rob Anderson, Leslie A. Baxter, and Kenneth N. Cissna
References
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Dialogue analysis, Communication Philosophy