Aspects of the dialogical self extended proceedings of a symposium on the Second International Conference on the Dialogical Self (Ghent, October 2002), including psycholinguistical, conversational, and educational contributions by International Conference on the Dialogical Self (2nd 2002 Ghent, Belgium)

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StatementMarie-Cécile Bertau (editor).
GenreCongresses.
SeriesInternational cultural-historical human sciences -- Bd. 11
ContributionsBertau, Marie-Cécile.
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LC ClassificationsP37 .I584 2002
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Pagination185 p. :
Number of Pages185
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Open LibraryOL21266409M
ISBN 103865410561

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