Volume 4   Number 2      Winter 2010



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Table of Contents
including Copyright Notices & Suggested Reference Format


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

Editors' Introduction
   Katarzyna Stemplewska-Żakowicz & Piotr K. Oleś
How Migration Affects the Dialogical Self
     Mariel Sanchez-Rockliffe & James Symons
5-34 [Abstract]
Positioning and Personality Traits in the Five-Factor Model
     Bartosz Szymczyk
35-59 [Abstract] [pdf]
Positioning and the "Foot-In-The-Door" Social Influence Technique
     Bartosz Zalewski
61-73 [Abstract] [pdf]
Structures of Recognition: A Dialogical Analysis of the Experiences of a Group
     of Young People within a Scottish Local Authority Access Programme
     Lisa Whittaker
75-93 [Abstract] [pdf]
Looking at Oneself as Inner Dialogue
Dmitry A. Leontiev & Anastasia Salikhova
95-104 [Abstract] [pdf]  
Dialogical Valence: A Novel Measure for the Dialogical Self and Its Implications
     for Psychotherapy
Maickel Andrade Dos Santos, Gustavo Gauer, & William B. Gomes
105-117 [Abstract] [pdf]
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 * All articles start on odd-numbered pages.   

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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: Applications [Special issue]. International Journal for Dialogical Science, 4(2). Retrieved [insert date] from http://ijds.lemoyne.edu/journal/4_2/index.html