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Relational Dialectics

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Transcript of Relational Dialectics

Relational Dialectics
Theorists First...
Leslie Baxter

Barbara Montgomery
Tug-of-War
Contradictions
: dynamic interplay between unified oppositions

Interdependent, yet negate.

Relationships are always in flux; only certainty is change.

Tensions= Opportunity; constructive; unavoidable
3 Dialectics in Relationships
Closeness Autonomy
Certainty Novelty
Openness Privacy


3 Dialectics in Relationships
1.)
Integration and Separation

Internal: Connection---Autonomy

External: Inclusion---Seclusion
"Social life is a dynamic
knot of contradictions,
a ceaseless interplay
between contrary or
opposing tendencies."
Interpretivists
: no universal laws for lovers and/or friends
Only part of the story
2.
Stability and Change
Internal: Certainty---Uncertainty

External: Conventionality---Uniqueness
BuzzFeed article...

Sacrifice and Identity

http://www.buzzfeed.com/maggyvaneijk/youre-still-in-the-honeymoon-phase#.kfGOjJJWY
3.
Expression---Nonexpression

Internal: Openness---Closedness

External: Revelation---Concealment
Discussion Board Assignment:


What's a 4th dialectical tension?
RDT 2.0: A Dialogic Perspective
Five Dialogic Strands:

Mikhail Bakhtin
Without dialogue, there is no relationship.
Dialogue as Constitutive
Dialogue as Utterance Chains
Dialogue as Dialectical Flux
Dialogue as Aesthetic Moment
Dialogue as Critical Sensibility

Constitutive
: Communication IS relationships
What are the differences that make a difference?
Self-disclosure is about more than realizing similarities
Utterance Chain
: Building Block of Meaning
Utterance
: Your move
in a conversation. (Building
blocks of meaning-making)

Utterance Chain
: Embedding
that utterance in others you
have heard in the past and
anticipate in the future.

Cultural ideologies, relational history, not-yet-spoken responses, normative eval of 3rd party.
Dialogue as Dialectical Flux
It's messy- Jazz vs. Normal Chorus
Unpredictable...backwards, forwards, up, down, sideways...erratic.
Spiraling
Inversion

Segmentation
Critique?
New Understanding of People
Community of Agreement
Clarification of Values
Reform of Society
Aesthetic Appeal
Dialogue as Aesthetic Moment--
Creating Unity in Diversity
"A momentary sense of unity through a profound respect for the disparate voices in dialogue"
A joint performance in which competing voices in everyday life are brought together simultaneously
Doesn't last; can't be sustained
Magic moment; support you through turbulence
Dialogue as Critical Sensibility:
A Critique of Dominant Voices
Obligation to critique dominant voices
We must not ignore the voices of others in close relationships
Partners are not objects of influence
Externally, must advocate
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