Interpreting metaphoric acts: A dialogic encounter with the very young

White, E 2014, 'Interpreting metaphoric acts: A dialogic encounter with the very young' in Inna Semetsky, Andrew Stables (ed.) Pedagogy and Edusemiotics, SensePublishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands, pp. 51-68.


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Title Interpreting metaphoric acts: A dialogic encounter with the very young
Author(s) White, E
Year 2014
Title of book Pedagogy and Edusemiotics
Publisher SensePublishers
Place of publication Rotterdam, Netherlands
Editor(s) Inna Semetsky, Andrew Stables
Start page 51
End page 68
Subjects Creative Arts, Media and Communication Curriculum and Pedagogy
Summary The concept of dialogism, as put forward in Bakhtinian philosophy, positions metaphoricity as an activity of the entire human being, from head to foot (Bakhtin, 1990, p. 313). This theory views the act of communication as a two-way creative exchange and meta-language, and metaphor is seen as existing in a state of constant becoming within interpretive encounter.
Copyright notice © Sense Publishers 2014
Keyword(s) Young Child
Early Childhood Education
Early Ontogeny
Metaphor Comprehension
Grammatical Metaphor
DOI - identifier 10.1007/978-94-6209-857-2_6
ISBN 9789462098572
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