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Definition of Dialogically

Dialogically
Dialogically Di`a*log"ic*al*ly, adv. In the manner or nature of a dialogue. --Goldsmith.

Meaning of Dialogically from wikipedia

- Dialogic refers to the use of conversation or shared dialogue to explore the meaning of something. (This is as opposed to monologic which refers to one...
- Dialog Semiconductor PLC is an American founded UK-Domiciled manufacturer of semiconductor based system solutions.[clarification needed] The company is...
- Dialog Axiata PLC (Sinhala: ඩයලොග් ආසිආටා පීඑල්සී, romanized: Ḍayalog Āsiāṭā PīElSī, Tamil: டயலொக் ஆசியாடா பிஎல்சி) (formerly known as MTN Networks and...
- The dialog box (also called dialogue box (non-U.S. English) or just dialog) is a graphical control element in the form of a small window that communicates...
- Rethinking language, mind, and world dialogically. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Markova, I. (2003). Dialogicality and social representations. Cambridge:...
- Therefore, talking to each other is merely one part of "dialogue". Acting dialogically means directing someone's attention to another one and to reality at...
- Dialogic learning is learning that takes place through dialogue. It is typically the result of egalitarian dialogue; in other words, the consequence of...
- A dialog manager (DM) is a component of a dialog system (DS), responsible for the state and flow of the conversation. Usually: The input to the DM is the...
- Dialog is an application used in s**** scripts which displays text user interface widgets. It uses the curses or ncurses library. The latter provides users...
- Dialogic listening is an alternative to active listening which was developed by John Stewart and Milt Thomas. The word ‘dialogue’ originated from the Gr****...
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