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Summary of "The Life of Dialogue"

Summary of "The Life of Dialogue"

There are ways in which communication can either bring human beings together or hold them apart. A great deal of communication in modern society is of the "I-It" kind. When people do come together, it is not as human beings but as depersonalized objects. While there is an enormous amount of communication, there is very little that is actually being said.

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Theories of Knowledge

Theories of Knowledge

It is important to consider how these different kinds of knowledge interact. Has the emphasis on expert knowledge caused those working the field to overlook the importance of "folk" knowledge? Should a variety of ways of knowing play a role in efforts to teach, train, learn, and apply conflict resolution techniques?

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