Volume 4   Number 1      Fall 2010



Note: The complete issue in a single pdf file of 3.8 MB can be downloaded at this link
Table of Contents
including Copyright Notices & Suggested Reference Format


* * * * *
Special Issue: Empirical Approaches to the Dialogical Self  (Part I): Expanding on the Theory *
  Katarzyna Stemplewska-Żakowicz & Piotr K. Oleś, Guest Editors

Editors' Introduction
   Katarzyna Stemplewska-Żakowicz & Piotr K. Oleś

On Social-Cognitive and Dialogical Models of Personality: Theoretical and Empirical Steps toward an Integrative View
     Daniel Cervone & E. Samuel Winer
5-22 [Abstract] (pdf)  
Temporal Dialogues and Their Influence on Affective States and the Meaning of LIfe
     Piotr Oleś, Elwira Brygola, & Małgorzata Sibińska
23-43 [Abstract] (pdf)
Dialogicality and the Construction of Identity
     Anna Batory
45-66 [Abstract] (pdf)
Dialogue, Monologue, and Change of Perspective – Three Forms of Dialogicality
     Małgorzata Puchalska-Wasyl
67-79 [Abstract] (pdf)
Explorations in the Discursive Mind: Theoretical Model
Katarzyna Stemplewska-Żakowicz, Dorota Kobylińska, Hubert Suszek, & Bartosz Szymczyk
81-94 [Abstract]   (pdf)
Explorations in the Discursive Mind: Research
Hubert Suszek, Dorota Kobylińska, Katarzyna Stemplewska-Żakowicz, & Bartosz Szymczyk
95-122 [Abstract] (pdf)

 * All articles start on odd-numbered pages.   

 URL for this page: http://ijds.lemoyne.edu/journal/4_1/index.html
  1st Posted: 12.29.2010 Revised: 01.04.2011
Contact for webmaster: hevern <at> lemoyne.edu

Copyright and Other Legal Notices

The individual articles and commentaries within this journal are

Copyright © 2010 by their respective authors.

This issue of the journal as a compendium is

Copyright © 2010 International Society for Dialogical Science.

You may print multiple copies of these materials for your own personal use, including use in your classes and/or sharing with individual colleagues as long as you do not alter the face page of each article which identifies the journal and the author's copyright. For research and archival purposes, public libraries, libraries at schools, colleges, universities and similar educational institutions, and online archives or databases may print and/or store in their research or lending collections or archives or databases multiple copies of this journal either as a whole or as individual articles without seeking further permission of the International Society for Dialogical Science (the editors would appreciate receiving a pro forma notice of any such library or archival use). No other permission is granted to you to print, copy, reproduce, or distribute additional copies of these materials. Anyone who wishes to print, copy, reproduce or distribute additional copies must obtain the permission of the individual copyright owner(s). Particular care to obtain the copyright owners' permission should be taken by anyone who intends to use this journal or any of its articles or commentaries in any commercial enterprise or "for profit" educational purposes.

Suggested Reference Format

Following examples in the 5th 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 [insert date] from http://ijds.lemoyne.edu/journal/3_1/IJDS.3.1.02.Chaudhary.html

For this Special Issue as a whole, the reference citation is:

Stemplewska-Zakowicz, K., & Oleś, P. (Eds.). (2010). Empirical approaches to the dialogical self: Expanding on the theory [Special issue]. International Journal for Dialogical Science, 4(1). Retrieved [insert date] from http://ijds.lemoyne.edu/journal/4_1/index.html