Volume 10 Number 2 Fall 2017
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Table of Contents
including Copyright Notices & Suggested Reference Format
The Self and Society in Dialogue--Linking Two Theories
Aalborg University, Denmark & Catholic University of Salvador, Brazil
Aalborg University, Denmark
Introduction to the Special Issue: Linking two theories. How can the social representations theory be made dialogical?
Dany Boulanger & Jaan Valsiner
Extending social representation theory through dialogical self theory: Subjects' and alters' relating with space
Dany Boulanger (a)
A place for space?
Bo Allesøe Christensen (a)
Cognitive polyphasia in the context of systemic power and semiotic potency
Dialoguing—more and more
Lia da Rocha Lordelo
A semiotic-dialogical and sociocultural account on suicide
Catarina Rosa & Sofia Tavares
Developing a discussion away from biomedical approaches to one embedded in the social and cultural life of individuals
Representing the vagueness within dialogical self: Presence and absence of the object in between self and community
Dany Boulanger (b)
On vagueness. A Wittgensteinian discussion
Bo Allesøe Christensen (b)
The narrative function of music in a contemporary society: Designing an empirical approach through dialogical and representational practices of the social self
Exploring artistic narrative forms to expand the study of the dialogical self
Brena Carvalho & Ana Cecília Bastos
Understanding temporalization by the activity of historical thinking: Dialogical self theory and social representation theory
Doing history by telling stories: A dialogical proposal
Conclusion of the Special Issue: Linking two theories. Social representation theory and dialogical self theory: A dialogue through implicit meta-frames
Dany Boulanger (c)
All articles start on odd-numbered pages.
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Suggested Reference Format
Following examples in the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for reference materials found online, we suggest that individual articles in this journal be referenced in this fashion:
Chaudhary, N. (2008). Persistent patterns in cultural negotiations of the self: Using dialogical self theory to understand self-other dynamics within culture. International Journal for Dialogical Science, 3(1), 9-30. Retrieved from http://ijds.lemoyne.edu/journal/3_1/IJDS.3.1.02.Chaudhary.html