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dialogism

(daɪˈæləˌdʒɪzəm)
n
1. (Logic) logic a deduction with one premise and a disjunctive conclusion
2. (Rhetoric) rhetoric a discussion in an imaginary dialogue or discourse

dialogism, dialoguism

the representation of an author’s thoughts through his use of a dialogue between two or more of his characters. — dialogist, n. — dialogic, adj.
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Bakhtin's notion of heteroglossia, (12) which operates underneath a broad dialogism, might help to operationalize the way in which artists' books enunciate themselves self-consciously and reflexively (Drucker 2007:161).
The conclusions of the two works are also remarkably similar: both favor a multivoiced, multiperspectival style, which Bakhtin calls dialogism and Auerbach "multipersonal representation of consciousness" (536).
What Gorman offers are strategies by which to engage with Fogarty's material and, employing the theories of Mikhail Bakhtin, namely heteroglossia and dialogism, to arrive at a better understanding of the rich and complex nature of Fogarty's texts.
She is author of General Consent in Jane Austen: A Study of Dialogism (2000).
96) For these reasons, Bakhtin contrasts dialogism with another approach to practical life that he finds deeply unattractive.
On Bakhtin's concepts of dialogism and the polyphonic novel, see Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics, ed.
Had the interviews been grouped according to the issues raised in them, rather than being presented in alphabetical order, contacts and controversies would additionally have unfolded in the dimension of Montale's intervista immaginaria, if not of Bakhtin's dialogism and polyphony.
This dialogism seems naturally to belong in the realm of fictional poetics.
Overall, the study confirmed that Bakhtin's theories of dialogism can be applied to children's play in the block area.
The perception of dialogism as the ultimate feature of Dostoevsky's novels arose from Bakhtin's Problems of Dostoevsky's Politics.
While these songs emphasize the orality of the indigenous world, it is valid to consider that the characters of this novel are empowered by dialogism to pass, in Bakhtinian fashion, from one language to another.
Sociocultural approaches to psychology: Dialogism and African conceptions of the self.