Bibliography on dialogue

 

 

 

 

 

For a comprehensive list of publications, websites, and other resources see the bibliography and appendixes of Public Dialogue and Deliberation: A communication perspective for public engagement practitioners.

Some key references:

Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (2004), ‘Texts and contexts of dialogue’, in Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (Eds.), Dialogue. Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies, pp.1-17, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (Eds.), (2004b), Dialogue. Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Anderson, Rob & Kenneth N. Cissna, (2008) ‘Fresh perspectives in dialogue theory’, Communication Theory, 18; pp.1-4.

Barge, J. Kevin, (2002), ‘Enlarging the meaning of group deliberation’, in Frey, Lawrence R. (Ed.) New directions in group communication, pp. 159-77, Thousand Oaks/London: Sage Publications.

Barge, J. Kevin & Martin Little (2002), ‘Dialogical Wisdom, Communicative Practice, and Organizational Life’, Communication Theory 12; pp.375-97.

Bokeno, R. Michael & Vernon W Gant, (2000), ‘Dialogic mentoring. Core relationships for organizacional learning’, Management Communication Quarterly, 14; pp.237-70.

Bohm, David (2003), On dialogue, E-library: Taylor and Francis.

Bohman, James, (1996), Public deliberation. Pluralism, complexity, and democracy, Cambridge: The MIT Press.

Buber, Martin (2004), I and Thou, London: Continuum (Original: 1923).

Burbules, Nicholas C., (1993), Dialogue in Teaching, New York: Teachers College Press.

Burkhalter, Stephanie; John Gastil; & Todd Kelshaw, (2002), ‘A conceptual definition and theoretical model of public deliberation in small face-to-face groups’, Communication Theory, 12; pp.398-422.

Cissna, Kenneth N. & Rob Anderson, (2002), Moments of meeting. Buber, Rogers, and the potential for public dialogue, Albany: State University of New York Press.

Cissna, Kenneth N., & Rob Anderson, (2004), ‘Public Dialogue and Intellectual History’, in Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (Eds.), Dialogue. Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies, pp.193-207, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Deezt, Stanley & Jennifer Simpson, (2004), ‘Critical organizacional dialogue’, in Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (Eds.), Dialogue. Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies, pp.141-158, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Dixon, Nancy, (1998), Dialogue at work. Making talk developmental for people and organizations, London: Lemos & Crane.

Ellinor, Linda & Glenda Gerard, (1998), Dialogue: rediscover the transforming power of conversation, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Escobar, Oliver, (2009), ‘The dialogic turn: Dialogue for Deliberation’, In-Spire Journal of Law, Politics and Societies, 4(2), pp. 42-70.        Online free access:  http://www.in-spire.org/issues/vol4%20no2.html

Freire, Paulo, (1993), Pedagogy of the oppressed, London: Penguin.

Gastil, John, (2008), Political communication and deliberation, Thousand Oaks/London: Sage Publications.

Gastil, John, & Laura W. Black, (2008) ‘Public deliberation as the organizing principle of political communication research’, Journal of Public Deliberation, 4(1); pp.1-47.

Gergen, Kenneth J.; Sheila McNamee; & Frank J. Barrett, (2001) ‘Toward transformative dialogue’, International Journal of Public Administration, 24; pp.679-707.

Hajer, Maarten A. and Wagenaar, Hendrik (Eds.), ( 2003), Deliberative policy analysis: understanding governance in the network society, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Harrist, Steve and Scott Gelfand, (2005), ‘Life story dialogue and the ideal speech situation. Critical theory and hermeneutics’, Theory Psychology, 15, pp. 225-246.

Heath, Renee Guarriello, (2007), ‘Rethinking community through a dialogic lens: creativity, democracy, and diversity in community organizing’, Management Communication Quarterly, 21; pp.145-71.

Heidlebaugh, Nola J., (2008), ‘Invention and public dialogue: lessons from rhetorical theories’, Communication Theory, 18; pp.27-50.

Herzig, Maggie & Laura Chasin, (2006), Fostering dialogue across divides. A nuts and bolts guide from the Public Conversations Project, Watertown: Public Conversations Project.

Hyde, Bruce & Jeffery L. Bineham, (2000), ‘From debate to dialogue: toward a pedagogy of nonpolarized public discourse’, Southern Communication Journal, 65; pp.208-23.

Isaacs, William N., (1999), Dialogue and the art of thinking together. A pioneering approach to communicating in business and in life, New York: Currency.

Isaacs, William N., (2001), ‘Toward an action theory of dialogue’, International Journal of Public Administration 24; pp.709-748.

Innes, Judith E. & David E. Booher, (2003), ‘Collaborative policymaking: governance through dialogue’, in Hajer, Maarten A., (Ed.), Deliberative policy analysis: understanding governance in the network society, New York: Cambridge University Press. (Ebrary)

Karlsen, Mads Peter & Kaspar Villadsen, (2008), ‘Who should do the talking? The proliferation of dialogue as governmental technology’, Culture and Organization, 14; pp.345-63.

Karpowitz, Christopher F., & Jane Mansbridge, (2005), ‘Disagreement and consensus: the need for dynamic updating in public deliberation’, Journal of Public Deliberation, 1; pp.346-64.

Kim, Joohan & Eun Joo Kim, (2008), ‘Theorizing dialogic deliberation: everyday political talk as communicative action and dialogue’, Communication Theory, 18; pp.51-70.

Kim, Joohan, Robert O. Wyatt, and Elihu Katz, (1999), ‘News, Talk, Opinion, Participation: The part played by conversation in deliberative democracy’, Political Communication, 16, pp.361-85.

Linder, Stephen H., (2001), ‘An inquiry into dialogue, its challenges and justifications’, International Journal of Public Administration, 24; pp. 652-78.

Littlejohn, Stephen W. & Kathy Domenici, (2003), Engaging communication in conflict. Systemic practice, California: Sage Publications.

Mansbridge, Jane; Amengual, Matthew; Hartz-Karp, Janette; and Gastil, John, (2006), ‘Norms of deliberation: an inductive study’, Journal of Public Deliberation, 2(1), pp. 1-47.

Mutz, Diana C., (2007), Hearing the other side. Deliberative versus participatory democracy, New York: Cambridge University Press.

Penman, Robyn, (2000), Reconstructing communicating: looking to a future. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Pearce, Kimberly A. & W. Barnett Pearce, (2001), ‘The Public Dialogue Consortium’s school-wide dialogue process: a communication approach to develop citizenship skills and enhance school climate’, Communication Theory, 11; pp.105-23.

Pearce, W. Barnett & Kimberly A.Pearce, (2000), ‘Extending the Theory of the Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) through a community dialogue process’, Communication Theory,10; pp.405-23.

Pearce, W. Barnett & Kimberly A. Pearce, (2000b), ‘Combining passions and abilities: towards dialogic virtuosity’, Southern Communication Journal, 65; pp.161-75.

Pearce, W. Barnett & Kimberly A. Pearce, (2004), ‘Taking a communication perspective on dialogue’, in Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (Eds.), Dialogue. Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies, pp.39-56, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Pearce, Kim, (2002), Making better social worlds: Engaging in and facilitating dialogic communication, Pearce Associates.

Roper, J. and Motion, J. (2005). Forum introduction and facilitation. The processes of dialogue: Participation and legitimation. Management Communication Quarterly, 19(3), 1-16.

Roper, J., Weaver, C.K., & Zorn, T. (2005). Science dialogues: Talking about science. New Zealand Science Review, 62 (3), 90-92.

Roper, Juliet; Zorn, Ted; Weaver, C Kay (2004), Science Dialogues: The Communicative Properties of Science and Technology Dialogue, Commissioned by Ministry of Research, Science and Technology, 85pgs.

Rosenberg, Shawn W., (2007), ‘Rethinking democratic deliberation: The limits and potential of citizens participation’, Polity, 39(3), pp.335-60.

Rosenberg, Shawn, (2005), ‘The empirical study of deliberative democracy: setting a research agenda’, Acta Politica, 40, pp.212-24.

Ryfe, David M., (2006), ‘Narrative and deliberation in small group forums’, Journal of Applied Communication Research, 34(1), pp.72-93.

Ryfe, David M., (2002), ‘The practice of deliberative democracy: a study of 16 deliberative organizations’, Political Communication, 19, pp.359-377.

Schein, Edgar H., (2003), ‘On dialogue, culture, and organizational learning’, Reflections, 4; pp.27-38.

Sciencewise, (2009), The Government’s approach to public dialogue on science  and technology, Sciencewise Experts Resource Centre / Department for Business Innovation & Skills, Online: www.sciencewise-erc.org.uk

Spano, Shawn J., (2001), Public dialogue and participatory democracy. The Cupertino Community Project, New Jersey: Hampton Press.

Stewarts, John & Karen E. Zediker, (2000), ‘Dialogue as tensional, ethical practice’, Southern Communication Journal, 65; pp.224-42.

Stewart, John; Karen E. Zediker; & Laura Black, (2004), ‘Relationships among philosophies of dialogue’, in Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (Eds.), Dialogue. Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies, pp.21-38, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Sunstein, Cass R., (2006), How many minds produce knowledge, New York: Oxford University Press.

Tannen, Deborah, (1999), The argument culture. Changing the way we argue, London: Virago Press.

Walhoff, Darren R. (2005), ‘Bringing the deliberative back in: Gadamer on conversation and understanding’, Contemporary Political Theory, 4; pp.154-74.

Wierzbicka, Anna, (2006), ‘The concept of dialogue in cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective’, Discourse Studies, 8; pp.675-703.

Wood, Julia T.,( 2004), ‘Foreword: entering into dialogue’, in Anderson, Rob; Leslie A. Baxter; & Kenneth N. Cissna, (Eds.), Dialogue. Theorizing Difference in Communication Studies, pp. xv-xxiii, Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Yankelovich, Daniel, (1999), The magic of dialogue. Transforming conflict into cooperation, New York: Simon & Schuster.

Zoller, Heather M., (2000), ‘A place you haven’t visited before: creating the conditions for community dialogue’, Southern Communication Journal, 65; pp.191-207.

Zorn, Theodore; Roper, Juliet; Weaver, C. Kay (2007), Attempting to improve stakeholder engagement, In Deborah J. Page & Theodore E. Zorn (Eds), Management Communication: New Zealand and Australian Case Studies, New Zealand: Pearson Education, 178-185.

Zorn, T., Roper, J. & Weaver, C.K. (2006). ‘Effects of Focus Group Participation on Changes in Attitudes and Communicative Self-Efficacy’. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 34(2), 115-140.

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