The possibilities and limits to dialogue

Rose-Redwood, R, Kitchin, R, Rickards, L, Rossi, U, Datta, A and Crampton, J 2018, 'The possibilities and limits to dialogue', Dialogues in Human Geography, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 109-123.

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Title The possibilities and limits to dialogue
Author(s) Rose-Redwood, R
Kitchin, R
Rickards, L
Rossi, U
Datta, A
Crampton, J
Year 2018
Journal name Dialogues in Human Geography
Volume number 8
Issue number 2
Start page 109
End page 123
Total pages 15
Publisher Sage Publications Ltd.
Abstract In this article, we explore the nature, value, and challenges of dialogue both within and outside the academy. After considering the possibilities and limits to dialogue, we divide our analysis into three sections, first discussing dialogue as a form of embodied action, next examining dialogue as a means of enacting a critically affirmative politics, and finally exploring the challenges of engaging in dialogue as a way of practicing public geographies. In each case, we raise a number of questions concerning the potential of, and limitations to, dialogue in an age of increasing social tensions and political divides. We conclude by suggesting that although there are times when dialogical disengagement is warranted if the conditions of possibility for meaningful dialogue are unfulfilled, scholarly dialogue continues to play an important role in fostering spaces of mutual engagement in a polarized age.
Subject Human Geography not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) antagonism
political polarization
public geographies
DOI - identifier 10.1177/2043820618780566
Copyright notice © The Author(s) 2018.
ISSN 2043-8206
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