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Adam Zachary Newton, who has done important theoretical work in this area, says that unlike the discourse of moral assumptions, which stands on its own monologic authority, ethical discourse is inherently dialogical, opposing itself, explicitly or implicitly, to other kinds of discourse (5).
The monologic discourse of the elite has marginalised the masses, so
The multiple voices and uniformly valid interests--the dialogism, polyphony, hybridization, and heteroglossia--present in a text always interrupt and throw into question any attempt at an authoritarian, monologic explanation for culture or art, although more monologic iterations of state authority will attempt to quell those dialogic critiques (Bakhtin 6-7).
In contrast Maud's stylistic fragmentation, along with its theme of madness, indicates a breakdown of monologic unity.
Language becomes differentiated into the communicative, dialogic speech they use with others and the egocentric, monologic speech they use during play and as they try to solve problems.
2005) who take as given that the work of various socio-cultural theorists of the 1990s "effectively dissolved the image of the user as a monologic actor .
The problem with both Cleave and Craig is the presumptuousness of their cosmopolitan ventriloquism, their monologic speaking for the underprivileged and disenfranchised, whose primary objective is so clearly not a critique of globalisation but the alleviation of British middle-class guilt.
As opposed to those theories of learning that value strict succession, incremental knowledge, and monologic instruction, Britzman (1998) argues that "education is best considered as a frontier concept: something between the teacher and the student, something yet to become" (p.
The essay thereby aims to place the text squarely into the tradition of the medieval fabliaux that, Bakhtin suggests, is characterised by ambivalence, is resistant to monologic interpretation, and which was largely superseded in the late Renaissance.
The parliamentary system forces political parties towards homogenization, creates mechanisms for intra-party discipline and imposes monologic patterns of thought upon the supporters of these parties.
The face that splits into a composite of those of Alma and Elisabet at the end of the former's monologic projection of Elisabet's experience of childbirth suggests a dreamlike extrapolation from McCullers' enigmatic initial characterization of the face of the protagonist of the story-to-be, Miss Amelia, looking out of a window: "on the second floor there is one window which is not boarded; sometimes in the late afternoon when the heat is at its worst a hand will slowly open the shutter and a face will look down on the town.
Philip Bullock ("The Poet's Echo, the Composer's Voice: Monologic Verse or Dialogic Song?