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Dialogical Self Theory

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  • LC Classification: BF697 .H438 2010
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Self
    • Identity (Psychology)
    • Globalization

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Dialogical Self Theory
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9780521765268 - Dialogical Self Theory - Positioning and Counter-Positioning in a ­Globalizing Society - By Hubert J. M. Hermans and Agnieszka Hermans-Konopka
Index

Index

absurdity 79 n. 3

acceptance 228–32

agency

See self

aging 252 n. 19

agreement 52–3

alterity 10, 108, 183–5, 184, 325

of the emotion of the other 276

Americanization 22

amygdala 14, 51, 255

animals 278

anxiety 79 n. 3

toward strangers 213

applications of dialogical self theory 19–20

Aristotle 31, 52, 90

art 72, 91, 159, 164–8, 291, 310, 329–30, 344

atmosphere 182, 186, 198 n. 32

attention, joint 12, 205–7, 210

affective aspects of 206

self-reflexive 206

audience 34

private 67–8

authenticity

emotional 15, 274–81, 304

autobiography 151

autonomy 286

functional 155

personal 5

striving for 106

Avila, Teresa of 170, 171

awareness

field of 11, 167, 172, 189–90, 220, 295

of differences 346–7

unifying 10

Bakhtin, Mikhail 2, 34, 36, 52, 53, 74, 142, 187

bandwidth

and conflict resolution 360

emotional 297

of dialogue 177–9

biology

and self 44–7

and the social 48–52

body

See position

brain

dialogical 51–2

split 131

Broca’s area 256

Buber, Martin 164–7

cacophony 1, 32

Calvinism 283

capacity, dialogical 30, 137

Cartesian

See Descartes René

causation

downward 102

upward 102

centralization 325

See also movements

civilization 24–6

class 48–91, 60, 65, 75

coalition, of positions

See position

colonialism 90

comfort zone 185

commodification, of interactions 290

communication

dialogical 7

monological 6

community, linguistic 11

compassion 277

composition 9, 10, 162–8, 167

See also emotions

conflict

multi-level 13, 244–7

Palestinian–Israeli 19, 350, 354

resolution of social 18, 345–61

uni-level 13, 244

confusion 79 n. 3

role 353–4

consumerism 15, 155, 287–92

continuum, between dialogue and monologue 53, 62

contradiction, of cultural positions 34

conventions, social 11


conversation 79 n. 5

Cooley, Charles 74

cortex

frontal 14, 256

orbitofrontal 51, 256

prefrontal 220, 256, 260

creativity 151, 164–7, 295

crisis 239–42

Cubism 167

culture 143–5

and differences 347–9

and organization 321–3

debate 79 n. 5

decentralization 91, 95, 325

See also movements

decision making 47, 109, 125, 129, 147, 148, 172, 178, 234, 270, 308, 309, 358

defenses, of ego 356

democracy, in dialogue 270

democratization

and organizations 324

of history 100–1

dependence 144

depositioning 9, 10, 168–74

Descartes, René 87, 94, 135

destiny 98–9

deterritorialization, of cultures 42

development

See self

developmental paths 252 n. 19

Dewey, John 94

dialogue

abbreviated 57

almost 57

and brain 51–2

and communication 275

and learning 79 n. 5

between groups 354–9

between individuals 11

embodied 7

fragments of 192 n. 4

frames of 210–11

good 10, 174–90

imaginary 72–3

non-verbal 190, 200, 203, 204

paradox of 359

peudo- 12, 203–4

sign-mediated 204

within self 11

dialogism 2

disagreement 53

discussion 79 n. 5

dis-identification 307

disintegration, positive 13

dislocation 96, 236

disorganization, positive 243

dissociation 37, 131

dissociative identity disorder 37

dominance

dialogical 45

interactional 38

monological 45

reversal 97

social 38–40, 261

topic 38

Durkheim, Émile 209

education, competence-oriented 330–1

ego-documents 100–1

Einstein, Albert. 164

emancipation 95

emotion 14–16

addictive 306

and appraisal 264

and conflicts 346–7

and feeling 271–4

and motivation 343–5

and other-in-self 261–3

and self 254–9

and voice 41

as movement in space 266–9

as temporary position 256–9

composition of 16, 309–10, 314

consonant with positions 259

counter 16, 305–6, 312–13, 360

deep vs. superficial 259, 290

dissonant with position 259

message of 267, 269–70, 308

of the other 275

primary 15, 273–4, 275

rigidity of 264–5

rules 56–9

secondary 15, 273–4, 275

social nature of 54–9

stability of 264–5

work 55–6

empathy 356

enjoyment 15, 151–6, 287–92, 294

enlightenment 31, 60, 90

enemy

image 215

in ourselves 42

equilibrium, unstable 45

Erikson, Erik 240, 242

ethic, Protestant 283

evolution, and motives 49

fado 33

family 357

fate 98–9

field of awareness 11, 12

See awareness


first-order phenomenology, of emotions 15, 271–2, 303, 346

Freud, Sigmund 35, 94, 298–316

friendship 68–70

Fromm, Erich 298

fundamentalism, religious 45, 62

Gadamer, Hans-Georg 135

game 12, 209

gender 75

globalization 2–3, 14, 172

and authenticity 281

and consumerism 292

and localization 22–3, 57–63, 60

and organizations 324–6

and multi-level conflict 245–7

and research implications 67–74

glocalization 3, 23, 25

gratitude 15, 292–4

grief 276

group-think 358

Habermas, Jürgen 94

hedonism 287

See also values

Hesse, Herman 278

heterogenization 24

history

collective 4–6, 11

of attachment 50

Holon 102

home 41–2

Homer 135

homesteading 41–2

homogenization 23

homonomy 106

homosexuality 95, 157

Huxley, Aldous 163

hypnosis 130

I-prison 167, 197 n. 28, 307

identity

and disagreement 53

and nationalism 42, 62

and religion 42, 62

bi-cultural 241

cultural 81 n. 11

confusion 27

global 27

higher order 130

hybrid 27, 91, 241

in-difference 43, 142

local 27

multi-cultural 241

multiple 29, 323

personal 35, 81 n. 11

post-colonial 148

social 81 n. 11

imagination 12, 203, 208, 234, 298

imitation 12, 201

imperfection of the mind 8

independence 144

individualism 16, 88–9, 293–4

individualization 154

inner-directed 109

innovation

and conflict resolution 361

and dialogue 174–7, 297

of self

See self

of society 224

intelligence, emotional 15, 286

intersectionality theory 75

James, William 2, 34, 45, 74, 75, 138, 335, 341

Kelly, George 79 n. 3

Krishnamurti 168

landscape

global 60

of the mind 31, 62, 174, 310

language 11, 202, 204

leadership

authentic 327–30

dialogical 17, 326–30, 354

Levinas, Emmanuel 108, 131, 184

life-review 123, 151

localization 2–3

and globalization 31, 57–63

and organizations 324–6

defensive 44, 65–6, 114

logic, Aristotelian 52

loneliness 5, 26

love, dialogical 16, 295–302

limbic system 14

masculinity 89, 95, 186

Marx, Karl 209

May, Rollo 164–7

McDonaldization 291

Mead, George Herbert 2, 34, 74, 159, 187, 342

meditation 220

memory 12

autobiographical 50

metaphor

in the body 12

organismic 102

Mill, John Stuart 155

mission, of organization 328

misunderstanding 10, 11, 179–81, 188

triangle of global 111–14


models

multi-level 236–9

of the self 82–114

See self

stage model of emotions 16, 298–316

modernism 89

money 289

monologue 39, 50, 51, 353

See also communication

motivation 18

and traits 333–45

integrative 18, 335–42

and conflict resolution 360

movements

centering 5, 18, 42, 146, 182, 237–42

centralizing

See centering

decentering 5, 18, 62, 146, 182, 237–42

decentralizing

See decentering

of body 12, 268

progressive 13

regressive 13

multiphrenia 49, 93, 108

multiple identities

See identity

multiple personality disorder 37–8

music 33

mysticism 165–74

narcissism 298

narratives 50

of self 71, 208

and conflict resolution 349–51, 360

nationalism, and identity 42

nature 48

Negotiational Self Method 337

neocortex 14, 255

Nietzsche, Friedrich 93

openness, of dialogue 52–4

opposites 12, 25, 78, 186

Manichean 46

optimal distinctiveness theory 75

organization of self 39–40, 45, 59–63

organizations

and positions 321–33

culture of 17

extension of 16, 323–6

police 17, 331–3

school 17, 330–1

Orientalism 132

other

generalized 12, 209

in-self 7, 31–2, 264, 295

See also emotion

othering 8, 132, 140

otherness 130–2

paradox, dialogical 19

parties, extreme right 111

Personal Position Repertoire method 152

personality, satanic 264

Pierce, Charles 74

Plato 90, 129

play 12, 209

polyphony 44, 99

position

bandwidth of 10

body 215

coalition of 9, 62, 151–6, 291

and motivation 337, 340, 342

of personal and social 224–6

context of 262, 272

core 240

counter 78 n. 2, 108, 212, 261

cultural 59, 69–70, 148–51

exaggeration of 103–4

history of 262, 272, 357

implicit 352

juxta- 133, 168

I- 9, 107, 138–40, 145, 173–4

leaps 32

meta- 9, 18, 146–8, 171, 178, 280, 310

opposite 78 n. 2

ordinary 51, 58, 106, 144

organismic 80 n. 9, 260–1

organization of 263–4

prominence of 103–4

promoter 13, 16, 228–36, 243–4, 247, 276, 297, 310–12, 314–15, 328, 329

repertoire 32–3

shadow 8, 178, 182, 234–5, 245, 280, 298, 352

sub- 33, 70, 71–3

third 9, 10, 156–62, 182, 339, 360

we- 287

positioning

as process 7–11, 8

counter- 23, 78 n. 2

theory of 11

post-modern

See self

post-modernism 91

power (social)

and identity 34

and institution 64–5, 92

and positions 108

differences 38–41, 185–7

pragmatism, american 16

problems, complex 345

promoter

places 235

positions

See position

protagonist 35

provocation 12, 201


psychopathology 36–8

race 48, 65–87, 75

racism 160–1

reason 90, 97, 106, 303

receptivity 164–7, 170–4, 243

religion, and identity 42

research, experimental 72

risk-taking 28

role-playing 12, 71, 207–8

rules, social 12, 270

rumination 174, 176–7

safety, need of 49, 212

scapegoating 358

security, need of 49

second-order awareness, of emotions 15, 271–2, 346

self

agency of 11, 139

in-diversity 108

agreement 7, 124–5, 128, 211

and biology 44–7

bargaining 124

boundaries 12, 46, 75, 212–15, 218

collective voices in 6

conflict 7, 18, 121–3, 128, 211, 361

basic self- 335–42

Confrontation Method (SCM) 229, 290

consistency 41

consultancy 125–7, 211

continuity of 137–8

control 41

criticism 7, 71–3, 128, 211

deception 41

developmental origins of 12–14

dialogical 1–2, 4

efficacy 41

enhancement 41

esteem 15, 287, 294

costs of 281–4

extension of 2, 8, 106, 140, 141–3, 244

handicapping 41

innovation of 10, 71–3

knowledge 12, 41

love 298–301

modern model of 4, 87

monitoring 41

multiplicity of 5, 9, 145–6

multi-voiced 29–36

narrative 151

other in 7

otherness 131–2

persuasion 124

post-modern model of 4, 31, 91–6

presentation 41, 178

promise 124

protean 93

reflection 9, 12, 99, 280

regulation 41

sovereign 65, 286

space 212–15, 298–301

talk 7

traditional model of 4–6

unity of 9, 137–8, 193 n. 9

verification 41

sexism 62

shape-shifting 13, 232–4

Shimcheong 15, 284–7

silence 10, 169, 189–90, 294, 355, 361

Simmel, George 289

society, of mind 1, 62, 105, 137

Socrates 90

space

and motivation 333

common 297

dialogical 6, 10, 47, 147, 181–2, 361

mind- 214

personal 12, 212–14

spatialization

of time 5, 111–14

speech

egocentric 7

genre 11, 187–8

inner 7

private 7

spirituality 75

stability, need of 48–51, 49

stage model, of emotions

See models

storytelling, and conflict resolution 349–51

style, differences in 351–3, 360

symbols 165–6

telos, moral 105

terrorism 64

threat 79 n. 3

tongue protrusion 12

trajectories, developmental 14

tradition-directed 109

traits 264

and dialogue 319 n. 4

and motivation 333

transcendence 218–20

transition 239–42

transitional object 239

truth claims/pretensions 18, 179, 271, 347–9, 360


turn-taking 38, 107, 190, 214

turning points 12, 215

uncertainty 3–4, 79

and globalization 26–9

of knowledge 94

reactions to 3–4, 44–7

epistemological 179

unconscious 125

unitas multiplex 62

values

economic 154

hedonistic 154

familial 154

victimhood 356

voice

and emotion 41

and position 226–8

collective 7, 34

cultural 69

mono- 7

multi- 7

private 7

Vygotzky, Lev 205, 211, 222

Weber, Max 209

we-ness 285

xenophobia 3




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