Intersubjectivity

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  • The shared meaning and under standing created by two or more individuals through dialogical conversation. The concept was introduced by Husserl and is central to the research tradition of phenomenology. If one accepts the existence of multiple subjective realities within social contexts, intersubjective discourse creates subjective mutual awareness, coconstructs an intersubjective reality, and shapes a shared worldview. For more information, see van Manen (1997).

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