dialogically

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.

dialogically

(ˌdaɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a dialogic manner
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Likewise, these valuative positions that are evidenced in the news are constituted dialogically in the interaction with different instances of speech (BAKHTIN 1986b) and with different forces--factors that are personal, social, ideological, historical in nature, and physical and technological (SOUSA, 2002).
Like the world of early modern religious disputation, though with less fraught soteriological consequences, the scholarly community in which Lake and Stephens operate also operates dialogically, with its allies and enemies, saints and sinners, insights, errors, and touchstone texts.
21) understands the development of the teacher skills dialogically and writes that in her study it will appear that Ann has not developed her skills as a teacher independently and isolated from the surrounding world.
Compared with traditional ethnographic projects, this anthropologically oriented approach enters people's lived worlds through dialogically produced biographies with less emphasis on participatory observation.
I, along with Azeezah Kanji (Toronto Star columnist on Muslim issues) offered short sermons dialogically on John the Baptist in our two traditions.
In The Havana Habit, and with his now well-established practice of intertwining the private and the public, he explores the longstanding and inextricable cultural links that have been developed between the United States and Cuba since the mid-1900s, imaginaries that have largely been built around a dialogically constructed notion of Havana.
A heteroglossic proposition might be dialogically expansive, in which case the writer opens up space for alternative positions, or dialogically contractive, in which case other voices and alternatives are introduced into the text with the express purpose of limiting them.
66, next to the consistently dialogically built programme overture In Nature's Realm, Op.
In the end of this paper, it will be proposed that maize reading, like other divinatory techniques, provides images (as signs) that can be read as a text (full of symbols), therefore providing a narrative built dialogically by the diviner and the consultant.
Along with acknowledge, distance is dialogically expansive, opening up the dialogic space for other perspectives (3).
Walonen, who reads Imperial (2009) dialogically with Harold Bell Wright's 1911 novel The Winning of Barbara Worth, and Joshua C.
Simon's representation of women can also be politicized rhetorically as class discourse, especially when it is contrasted dialogically with Grace's first-person text.