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Dialogue

  • Mary Watkins
  • Helene Shulman
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Part of the Critical Theory and Practice in Psychology and the Human Sciences book series (CTPPHS)

Abstract

To be a witness to the divine spark in each being requires a careful and sustained nurture of a dialogical stance. Moving from bystanding to compassionate engagement, facing one’s own collusion with perpetration of violence and/or injustice, and healing from the wounds of oppression require the development of dialogical skills. They also entail the ethical clarity to seek out opportunities for dialogue and to work to nurture dialogical spaces (see Chapter 11).

Keywords

Participatory Action Research Pretend Play Shared Leadership Appreciative Inquiry Narrative Therapy 
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© Mary Watkins and Helene Shulman 2008

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  • Mary Watkins
  • Helene Shulman

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