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Listening Otherwise: The Voice of Ethics
The issues of response and responsibility are woven into the center of dialogic ethics (Levinas, 1996, 1998, 1999; Schrag, 1986; Hyde, 2001, 2006), yet quietly embedded persists a hidden butExpand
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Listening, Thinking, Being
This article explores a perspective on listening, called listening being, which resides beyond the limitations of language, dualism, and conceptual thought. As a dwelling place for human being,Expand
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Listening for the Other: Ethical Implications of the Buber-Levinas Encounter
Despite their shared concerns with dialogic ethics and engagement with alterity, the discursive encounters between Martin Buber and Emmanuel Levinas were marked by miscommunication andExpand
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On interlistening and the idea of dialogue
Among the many analytical categories bequeathed by linguistics to the study of dialogue, some inadvertently conceal more than they reveal. In addition to instantiating such fictions as speaker andExpand
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Toward a Discourse Approach to Polling
This article presents a discourse model of polling that investigates what poll discourse is, how it is structured and how it functions. In contrast to most polling research, which presupposes pollingExpand
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Polling as Ritual
In contemporary U.S. politics, the practice of consulting the latest poll has become a ritual like consulting the oracle was to the Ancient Greeks. In this esay, the author argues that polling is notExpand
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Rhetoric’s Other: Levinas, Listening, and the Ethical Response
It does not seem terribly unfair to say that studies of both rhetoric and dialogue have tended, by and large, to pass over listening in favor of speaking. In scholarly as well as quotidian parlance,Expand
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Openings: Acknowledging Essential Moments in Human Communication
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“a city of marble” requires one to consider how those poets fashioned themselves as contributing to Augustus’ building projects, as competing with them, or both. Expand
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“Fearful of the written word”: white fear, black writing, and lorraine hansberry's a raisin in the sun screenplay
  • L. Lipari
  • Sociology, Psychology
  • 1 February 2004
In 1959, Lorraine Hansberry was hired by Columbia Pictures to write a screenplay for her award‐winning Broadway play, A Raisin in the Sun. By the time the film was released in 1961, over one‐third ofExpand
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