dialogical

di·a·log·ic

 (dī′ə-lŏj′ĭk) also di·a·log·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or written in dialogue.

di′a·log′i·cal·ly adv.

dialogical

(ˌdaɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
another word for dialogic
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The purpose of this study was to discover the meaning of Turkish parents' experiences with dialogical storybook reading, and its effect children's language development.
But almost by definition, book reviewing engages in a dialogical orientation to scholarship.
Dialogical Planning is a very personal book, as it relates the philosophical explorations of Harper and Stein over a fifteen-year period.
He also wishes to move away from abstract, formal theological discussion and toward a practical and dialogical method.
These dialogical excerpts stand out as a means of amplifying and validating essential aspects of the process involving human co-participation with God's promptings: an illustrative glimpse of the possible metacognitive-dialogical processes that may take place in the inner workings of the mind of a repentant person.
His approach to these essential dimensions of human life is threefold: dialogical, deconstructive, and constructive.
Chapters 3-5 analyze Lawrence's, Joyce's, and Woolf's presentations of dialogical consciousnesses respectively.
Among the topics are narratives of the self in the study of religion, the story of a gang rape as a means of liberation in Judges 19, dialogical constructions of a Muslim self through life story telling, the stories the religious have lived by since the 1960s, and the polemical and apologetic publications of the Jesuits in the Low Countries during the 17th century.
Jaume might well have expanded his own dialogical themes to say more about the recent critiques of Tocqueville's support for French colonialism in Algeria or the recent feminist interrogations of Tocqueville's views of women, but his intricate analysis of Tocqueville's intellectual relations with French writers offers a provocative, historical labyrinth in which readers can weave their way through the "aristocratic sources" and cultural contexts of Tocqueville's arguments.
The current study assessed the impact of parents' dialogical storybook reading on their children's receptive vocabulary and reading attitudes.
Her pioneering theoretical approach to address this topic consists of researching dialogical sites, or sites of rights production, in particular Qur'anic meetings, family courts, law offices, and various human rights bodies.
Adopting the contextual theological approach to mission, missional theology entails a constructive horizon in terms of reconciliation between various factions and enemies, driven by dialogical and prophetic conversation concerning the complex reality of injustice and ecological sustainability.