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By: John W. Lannamann

In: Relational Responsibility: Resources for Sustainable Dialogue

Chapter 7: On Being Relational in an Accountable Way: The Questions of Agency and Power

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On Being Relational in an Accountable Way: The Questions of Agency and Power
On being relational in an accountable way: The questions of agency and power
John W.Lannamann

That my response was invited seems to me to be a good-faith effort to put into practice the notion of relational responsibility. All this talk about voices and internal others challenges the monovocal tradition of authority in the academic community. Bakhtin (1981) warns literary scholars against missing the “multiplicity of social voices and … their links and interrelationships” (p. 263). Of course, I can respond in my voice as husband of the first author (in a monologic tradition, this voice would be treated as my only one and as such would disqualify my response1), yet this voice is but ...

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