A conversation between two or more persons; particularly, a formal conservation in theatrical performances or in scholastic exercises.
A written composition in which two or more persons are represented as conversing or reasoning on some topic; as, the Dialogues of Plato.
Words or vocalizations spoken by characters; 2. A vocal exchange between characters.
Conversation in a play.
Here refers to learning through the processes of discussion, reflection and reification.
Discussion of ideas and opinions.
a discussion intended to produce an agreement; "the buyout negotiation lasted several days"; "they disagreed but kept an open dialogue"; "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
a mutual exchange of ideas which requires that one should be modest and respectful towards those whith whom one does not share the same ideas
a process to reach new understanding - but it has nothing to do with elitism
a way of healing, opening the possibility for gaining new trust and understanding
A process in discussion that is open-ended where the goal is not necessarily resolution. Dialogue is a free and creative exploration, or a free flow of meaning between people that requires non-judgmental listening of participants (Senge, 1990, Katzenbach, 1995 and Ashkenas, 1995).
This is a structured, usually moderated, process to discuss and deliberate on issues allowing participants with differing values and priorities to build a common understanding of the problems and opportunities. This allows interactions and influence amongst participants such as E-dialogues, Appreciative Inquiry, and Deliberative Dialogue. (Level 4 activity )
Upon being recognized by the Speaker a Member may speak, confining him or herself to the question under consideration and avoiding personal reflections. When two or more Members rise at the same time and ask for recognition, the Speaker shall designate the Member who is entitled to the floor. No Member, except the majority and minority leaders, may speak more that twice on any question without the consent of the House.
a communication event in which each participant sees herself or himself as both speaker and listener
a two-way process and people always feel more valued when they are listened to
a dramatic work with two or more participants
a pedagogical relation characterized by an ongoing discursive involvement of participants, constituted in a relation of reciprocity and reflexivity
a resolutely emergent form of interaction in as much as none of its participants have a predefined expectation or a priori as to its general direction or final destination
Dialogue is Four Tet's debut album, released on 1 February 1999.
Dialogue is an album by jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, released on the Blue Note label in 1965. This was Hutcherson's first LP as bandleader, following work with Eric Dolphy. Featured are three Andrew Hill compositions ("Catta", "Les Noir Marchant", and "Ghetto Lights"), and two Joe Chambers pieces ("Idle While" and "Dialogue").
"Dialogue" is a song written by Robert Lamm for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago V (1972). On the original vinyl album, the song started on side one (Part I) and concluded on side two (Part II). The two parts were edited together and released as a single in October 1972, eventually reaching #24 on the U.S.