Seeking Consensual Understanding of Personal Meaning: Reflections on the Meaning Summit at First Congress on the Construction of Personal Meaning

@article{Medlock2017SeekingCU,
  title={Seeking Consensual Understanding of Personal Meaning: Reflections on the Meaning Summit at First Congress on the Construction of Personal Meaning},
  author={G. Medlock},
  journal={Journal of Constructivist Psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={30},
  pages={1 - 13}
}
  • G. Medlock
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Constructivist Psychology
This article captures the contributions of members of the Meaning Summit Panels featured during the 2014 Congress on the Construction of Personal Meaning. It describes collaborative efforts to define the construct of meaning, establish measures of global and situational meaning, and clarify universal characteristics of meaning and related interventions that apply across cultures. The article identifies key points of consensus and areas of ongoing debate among meaning researchers regarding the… Expand
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