John Shotter: PUBLICATIONS: (last updated August 1st, 2006)
1975: Images of Man in Psychological Research. London: Methuen.
1977: (with Alan Gauld) Human Action and its Psychological Investigation. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
1977 (Finnish translation of Images of Man...) Psykologian ihmiskasityksia: Epoos: Weilen+Goos
1977: (South American translation of Images of Man...) Imagens do Homen em Pesquisa Psicologica. Buenos Aires: Zahar Editores.
1978: (Yugoslavian translation of Images of Man...) Prestave o Coveku u Psihologiji. Beograd: Nolit.
1983: (Italian translation of Human Action...) L’Azione Umana. Rome: Citta Nuova Editice.
1984: Social Accountability and Selfhood. Oxford: Blackwell
1989: (edited with Kenneth J. Gergen) Texts of Identity. London: Sage.
1990: (edited with Ian Parker): Deconstructing Social Psychology. London: Routledge.
1990: Knowing of the Third Kind: Selected Writings on Psychology, Rhetoric, and the Culture of Everyday Social Life. ISOR Publications, Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht.
1993: Cultural Politics of Everyday Life: Social Constructionism, Rhetoric, and Knowing of the Third Kind. Milton Keynes: Open University Press; and University of Toronto Press.
1993: Conversational Realities: the Construction of Life through Language. London: Sage Publications (Reprinted 1994, 1995).
1998: (with Dr Betty Bayer): Reconstructing the Psychological Subject: Bodies, Practices and Technologies. Sage Publications Ltd.
1999: (with Bjorn Gustavsen): The Role of Dialogue Conferences in the Development of ‘Learning Regions’: doing ‘from within’ our lives together what we cannot do apart. Stockholm: Center for Advanced Studies in Leadership, Stockholm School of Economics. ISBN 91-89418-00-X.
2001: (South American translation of Conversational Realities.... ) Realidades Conversacionales: La Construccion de la Vida a Través del Lenguaje. (Trans Eduardo Sinnott). Buenos Aries: Amorrortu Editores.
Submitted to publishers: Getting It: Withness-Thinking and the Dialogical... in Practice
In preparation: From Within Our Lives Together: Wittgenstein and the Celebration of the Ordinary.
1966: The existence of the crossroads policemen. Nature (Lond.), 211, 343-345.
1968: A note on a machine that “learns” rules. Brit. J. Psychol., 59, 173-177.
1968: Computers: Dead or Alive? Omega, 4, Winter, 24-28.
1969: Men and Machines: Private Freedom and Public Order. Ports J. of Psychol., No. 11, April, 3-8.
1969: What can programmed minds do? In A.P. Mann and C.K. Brunstrom (eds) Aspects of Educational Technology, vol. 3, Pitman: London.
1970: Programmed learning can lead to programmed children. The Teacher, January 30, 1970.
1970: The philosophy of psychology: the psychological foundations of psychology. Bull. B.P.S., 23, 207-212.
1970: Men, the man-makers: George Kelly and the psychology of personal constructs. In D. Bannister (ed) Perspectives in Personal Construct Theory, Academic Press: New York, pp.223-253.
1971: (with Alan Gauld) The Defense of Empirical Psychology. American Psychologist, 26, 460-466.
1971: Sub-philosophies of psychology would necessitate sub-sub-philosophies. Bull. B.P.S., 24, 319-321.
1972: Human Potentialities: Wresting Culture from Nature. The Ethical Record, 77, 18-21.
1973: Prolegomena to an understanding of play. J. for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 3, 47-89.
1973: Acquired powers: the transformation of natural into personal powers. J. for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 3, 141-156.
1973: (with David Wood) Preliminary study of distinctive feature analysis in problem solving. Quart. J. of Exp. Psychol., 1973.
1974: The development of personal powers. In M.P.M. Richards (ed) The Integration of a Child into a Social World, Cambridge University Press.
1974: What is it to be human? In N. Armistead (Ed.) Reconstructing Social Psychology, Penguin Books.
1974: (with David Wood and D. Godden) An investigation of the relationship between problem solving strategies, representation and memory. Quart. J. of Exp. Psychology.
1974: The Making of Persons. Psychology and Psychotherapy Forum, 1, 1-14.
1974: How babies communicate. New Society, 8th August, 1974 (with John Newson), reprinted in: Growing Up, New Society Social Studies Reader, 1976.
1974: Between man and within man. The Ethical Record, 79, 5-10.
1975: Reprint of extract from ‘The Development of Personal Powers’ in Open University D305, Block 1, Understanding Social Behaviour and Experience.
1976: (with Susan Gregory) On first gaining the idea of oneself as a person. In R. Harre (Ed) Life Sentences, Wiley.
1976: Growth to Autonomy. Self and Society, 4, 1-6.
1976: Reprint of ‘Acquired Powers ... ‘ in R. Harre (ed) Personality, Blackwell.
1978: The cultural context of communication studies. In A. Lock (ed) Action, Gesture and Symbol: London: Academic Press.
1978: Towards a social psychology of everyday life: a standpoint in action. In M. Brenner, P. Marsh and M. Williams (Eds.) The Social Contexts of Method: Readings in the Sociology of Methodology: London: Croom Helm, pp.28-65.
1978: Sta znaci bitiljudsko bice, Psihologija, 11, 61-78.
1980: Action, joint action and intentionality. In M. Brenner (ed) The Structure of Action. London: Blackwell.
1980: Men the magicians: the duality of social being and the structure of moral worlds. In A. Chapman and D. Jones (eds) Models of Man. Leicester: Brit. Psychol. Soc..
1981: ‘Psychoanalysis’ Chapter in C.I. Howarth and W.E.C. Gillham (eds) The Structure of Psychology. London: Allen and Unwin.
1981: ‘Self in Interaction’. Chapter in Howarth and Gillham (op. cit.).
1981: ‘Philosophical influences in psychology’. Chapter in Howarth and Gillham (op cit).
1981: ‘Language and Perception’. Chapter in Howarth and Gillham (op cit).
1981: Vico, Social Worlds, Personhood and Accountability. In P. Heelas and A. Lock (eds) Indigenous Psychologies: the Anthropology of the Self. London: Academic Press.
1981: Telling and reporting: prospective and retrospective uses of self-ascription. In C. Antaki (ed) The Psychology of Ordinary Explanations of Social Behaviour. London: Academic Press.
1981: Long entries on: Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. In W. Bynum and R. Porter (eds) Dictionary of the History of Science. London: Macmillan.
1981: Are Fincham’s and Schultz’s findings empirical findings? Brit. J. Social Psychology, 20, 121-123.
1982: Consciousness, self-consciousness, inner games and alternative realities. In G. Underwood (ed) Aspects of Consciousness vol. 3. London: Academic Press.
1982: Human being: becoming human - contemporary psychological theory. In B. Dufour (ed) New Movements in the Social Sciences and Humanities: London: Maurice Temple Smith.
1982: Growth to autonomy within a system of conventions. In M. Braham (Ed.) New Themes for Education. Chichester: Wiley.
1982: (with John Newson) An ecological approach to cognitive development: implicate orders, joint action, and intentionality. In G. Butterworth and P. Light (eds.) Social Cognition: Studies in the Development of Understanding. Sussex: Harvester.
1982: Understanding how to be a person: an ecological approach. In E. Shepherd and J. Watson (Eds) Personal Meanings: a Guy’s Hospital Symposium Chichester: Wiley.
1983: Dzon Soter ili zasnivanje psihologije beo moralne nauke delanja. Gradina, Nis, 10-11.
1983: “Duality of Structure” and “Intentionality” in an ecological psychology. J. for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 13, 19-43.
1983: Long entries on Empirical methods in social psychology; Hermeneutical interpretative theory; and short entries on Act psychology: Psychological concepts of personhood; Introspection; Mental Imagery; Stream of consciousness. In The Encyclopedic Dictionary of Psychology. Blackwell, edited by R. Harre and R. Lamb.
1983: On viewing videotape records of oneself and others: a hermeneutical analysis. In P.W.Dowrick and S.J.Biggs (eds) Videotape in Research and Practice. Chichester: Wiley.
1983: (with Mike Burton) Common sense accounts of human action: the descriptive formulations of Heider, Smedslund and Ossorio. In Ladd Wheeler and P. Shaver (Eds.) Review of Personality and Social Psychology, vol.4. Beverley Hills: Sage.
1985: Social accountability and self-specification. In K.J. Gergen and K.E. Davis (Eds.) The Social Construction of the Person. New York: Springer, pp.167-189.
1985: Dualidad estructural e intencionalidad. Documentos de Psicolgia, 1, 53-90. Spanish translation of “’Duality of structure’ and ‘intentionality’ in an ecological psychology.” (trans. T. Ibanez).
1985: Accounting for place and space. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space,3, pp.447-460.
1986: Realism and relativism; rules and intentionality; theories and accounts: a reply to Morss. New Ideas in Psychology, 4, pp.71-84.
1986: (with Alan Gauld) Warranting interpretations. Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 9, pp.239-240.
1986: Speaking practically: Whorf, the formative function of communication, and knowing of the third kind. In R. Rosnow and M. Georgoudi (Eds.) Contextualism and Understanding in the Behavioural Sciences. New York: Praeger, 211-227.
1986: Vico and the social production of social identities. Special Issue:Brit. J. Soc. Psychol., 25, 199-211.
1986: Vico and psychology as a history of the present: a reply to Averill and Rosnow. Brit. J. Soc. Psychol., 25, 217-218.
1987: Cognitive psychology and “scientific management.” In A. Costall and A. Still (Eds.) Against Cognitivism. Sussex: Harvester.
1987: The rhetoric of theory in Psychology. In W.J. Baker, M.E. Hyland, H.V. Rappard and A.W. Staats (Eds.) Current Issues in Theoretical Psychology. Proceedings of the first International Conference of the Society for Theoretical Psychology. Amsterdam: North Holland, pp.1-14.
1987: Social accountability and the linguistic creation of mind: the unaccountability of computer conduct. In K. Plunkett and S.F. Larsen (Eds.) Computers, Mind and Metaphors. Aarhus/Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Aarhus U.P./Erlbaum.
1987: The social construction of an “us:” problems of accountability and narratology. In D. Clarke, R. Burnett and P. McGhee (Eds.) Accounting for Relationships: Social Representations of Interpersonal Links. London: Methuen.
1987: Remembering and forgetting as social institutions. The Quarterly Newsletter the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, 9, 11-19.
1987: (Abstract) “A sense of place: Vico and the social production of social identities.” New Vico Studies, 5, 186-187.
1987: Rhetoric as a model for psychology. Proceedings of the Future of Psychology Conference. Leicester: British Psychological Society, 146-157.
1988: (with Josephine Logan) The pervasiveness of patriarchy: on finding a different voice. In M. Gergen (Ed.) Feminist Thought and the Structure of Knowledge. New York: New York University Press.
1989: Social accountability and the social construction of “you.” In John Shotter and K.J. Gergen (Eds.) Texts of Identity. London: Sage Publications.
1989: Rhetoric and the recovery of civil society. Economy and Society, 18, 149-166.
1989: The unique nature of normal circumstances: contests and illusions. In R. Maier (Ed.) Norms in Argumentation. Dordrecht: Foris Publ. Co.
1989: Vygotsky’s psychology: activity in the developmental zone. New Ideas in Psychology, 7, 185-204.
1989: El papel de lo imaginario en la constuccion de la vida social. (The role of the imaginary in the making of social life.) In T. Ibanez (Ed.) El Conocimiento de la Realidad Social. Barcelona: Sendai Ediciones.
1990: The myth of mind and the mistake of psychology. Recent Advances in Theoreretical Psychology, vol.2. Proceedings of the 3rd. biennial conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology. Eds. Baker, M., van Hazewijk, R., Hyland, M.E., Terwee, S. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp.63-70.
1990: Rom Harre’: realism and the turn to social constructionism. In R. Bhaskar (Ed.) Harre’ and his Critics: Essays in Honour of Rom Harre’ with his Commentary on Them. Oxford: Blackwell.
1990: The social construction of remembering and forgetting. In Collective Remembering, D. Middleton and D. Edwards (Eds.). London: Sage.
1990: (with Ian Parker): Introduction. In Deconstruction Social Psychology, Ian Parker and John Shotter (Eds.). London: Routledge.
1990: Social individuality versus Possessive Individualism. In Deconstruction Social Psychology, Ian Parker and John Shotter (Eds.). London: Routledge.
1990: ‘Getting in touch’: the metamethodology of a postmodern science of mental life. The Humanistic Psychologist, 18, 7-22.
1990: Underlabourers for science, or ‘toolmakers’ for society? Review Essay: Reclaiming Reality by Roy Bhaskar. London: Verso Press. History of the Human Sciences, 3(3), 443-457.
1991: The rhetorical-responsive nature of mind: a social constructionist account. In A. Costall and A. Still (Eds.) Against Cognitivism: Alternative Foundations for Cognitive Psychology. Sussex: Harvester Press.
1991: Wittgenstein and psychology: on our ‘hook up’ to reality. In A. Phillips-Griffiths (Ed.) The Wittgenstein Centenary Lectures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1991: Rhetoric and the Social Construction of Cognitivism. Theory and Psychology, 1, 495-513.
1991: Measuring blindly and speculating loosely: but is a ‘psycho-logic’ the answer? Psychological Inquiry, 2, 363-366.
1991: The social construction of remembering: a rhetorical-responsive account. Activity Theory, No 9/10, 26-31.
1991: Social constructionism: a rhetorical-responsive account. In History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin (CPA, Sect. 25), 3, 25-27.
1991: Making sense of the world: an interview with David Krantz. New Ideas in Psychology, 9, 395-401.
1991: A poetics of relational forms: the sociality of everyday social life. Special issue on “Evolutionary models in the Social Sciences,” edited by T. Ingold. Cultural Dynamics, 4, 379-396.
1991: Consultant re-authoring: the ‘making’ and ‘finding’ of narrative constructions. Human Systems, 2, 105-119.
1992: What is a ‘personal relationship’? : a rhetorical-responsive account of unfinished business. In J.H. Harvey, T.L. Orbuch, and A.L. Weber (Eds) Attributions, Accounts, and Close Relationships. New York: Springer-Verlag.
1992: Social constructionism and realism: adequacy or accuracy? Theory and psychology, 2, 175-182.
1992: Is Bhaskar’s critical realism a theoretical realism? History of the Human Sciences, 5, 157-173.
1992: ‘Getting in touch’: the metamethodology of a postmodern science of mental life. In Steiner Kvale (Ed.) Psychology and Postmodernism. London: Sage Publications.
1992: Social constructionism: relativism, moral sources, and judgments of adequacy. In D. Robinson (Ed.) Social Discourse and Moral Judgment. New York; Academic Press.
1992: Bakhtin and Billig: monological versus dialogical practices. American Behavioral Scientist, 36(1), pp.8-12.
1993: Vygotsky: the social negotiation of semiotic mediation. New Ideas in Psychology, 11, 61-75.
1993: Rhetoric and the roots of the homeless mind. Theory, Culture and Society, 10, pp.41-62.
1993: Psychology and citizenship: identity and belonging. In B.S. Turner (Ed.) Citizenship and Social Theory. Citizenship Studies Series. London: Sage.
1993: Becoming someone: identity and belonging. In J. Nussbaum and N. Coupland (Eds.) Discourse and Life Span Psychology. Sage Publications, Newbury Park.
1993: Bakhtin and Vygotsky: internalization as a boundary phenomenon. New Ideas in Psychology, 11, 379-390.
1993: (with K.J. Gergen) Social construction: self, others, and the continuing conversation. In Stanley A. Deetz (Ed.) The Communication Yearbook, vol. 17, 3-33.
1993: Harre’, Vygotsky, Bakhtin, Vico, Wittgenstein: conversational realities and academic discourses. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 23, 459-482.
1994: Is there a logic in common sense? Smedslund’s ‘geometry’ of psychology. In J. Seigfried (ed.) The Status of Common Sense. New York: Ablex.
1995: In dialogue: social constructionism and radical constructivism. In L. Steffe (Ed.) Constructivism in Education. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawerence Erlbaum Associates.
1995: In conversation: joint action, shared intentionality, and conversational ethics. Theory and Psychology, 5, 49-73.
1995: Making sense on the boundaries: on moving between philosophy and psychotherapy. In A. Phillips-Griffiths (Ed). The Royal Institute of Philosophy Series: Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1995: The sociogenesis of processes of sociogenesis, and the sociogenesis of their study. In W. De Graaf and R. Maier (Eds.) Sociogenesis Reexamined. New York and Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp.73-91.
1995: Power on the margins: a new place for intellectuals to be. Edited by H.W. Simons and M. Billig, special issue of Argumentation, 9, pp.95-113.
1995: The manager as author: a rhetorical-responsive, social constructionist approach to social-organizational problems. In D.M. Hosking, P. Dachler and K.J. Gergen (Eds.) Management and Organizations: Relational Alternatives to Individualism. Aldershot, UK: Avebury.
1995: A ‘show’ of agency is enough. Theory and Psychology, 5, pp.383-390.
1995: Now I can go on: Wittgenstein and the possibility of communication. The Discourse Analysis Research Group Newletter, 11(2), pp.3-10.
1995: Dialogical Psychology. In Jonathan Smith, Rom Harré, and Luk van Hagenhove (Eds). Rethinking Psychology: Volume 1 - Conceptual Foundations. Sage Publications: Newbury Park.
1996: Political correctness and the banal routines of daily life. Journal of homelessness and distress, 5, 167-171.
1996: ‘Duality of structure’ and ‘intentionality’ in an ecological psychology (first published, JTSB, 1983). Reprinted in Bryant, C. and Jary, D. (Eds.) Anthony Giddens: Critical Assessments. London, U.K.: Routledge, 1996.
1996: Living in a Wittgensteinian world: beyond theory to a poetics of practices. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 26, pp.293-311.
1996: ‘Now I can go on’: Wittgenstein and our embeddedness in the ‘hurly-burly’ of life. Human Studies, 19, 1-23.
1996: Before theory and after representationalism: understanding meaning ‘from within’ a dialogical practice. In John Stewart (Ed.) Beyond the Symbol Model. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, pp.xx-xx.
1996: (with Arlene M. Katz) Hearing the patient’s voice: a social poetics in diagnostic interviews. Social Science and Medicine, 43, pp.919-931.
1996: (with Arlene Katz) ‘Living moments’ in dialogical exchanges. In Vidje Hansen (Ed.) Dialog og Refeksjon: Festskift til professor Tom Andersen pa hans 60-ars dag. Tromso: University of Tromso Press (ISBN 82-90262-41-8).
1996: (with Arlene Katz) Articulating a practice from within the practice itself: establishing formative dialogues by the use of a ‘social poetics’. Concepts and Transformations, 1(2/3), pp.71-95.
1996: (with Arlene Katz): Resonances from within the practice: social poetics in a mentorship program. Concepts and Transformations, 1(2/3), pp.97-105.
1996: (with Arlene Katz) Dialogical and monological forms of reflection: a commentary on Ingela Josefson’s “Traditions of knowledge among physicians.” Concepts and Transformations, 1(/3)2, pp.109-111.
1996: El lenguaje y la construccció del sí mismo (Language and the construction of the self). In M. Pakman (Ed.) Construcciones de la Experiencia Humana. Barcelona, S.A.: Editorial Gedisa.
1996: (with Fred Newman) Understanding practice in practice (not in theory): a dialogue with John Shotter and Fred Newman. Research and Reflection: a Journal of Educational Praxis, Vol 2, no.1, pp.xxx-xxx (a web journal).
1997: The social construction of our ‘inner’ lives. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 10, pp.7-24.
1997: (with John W. Lannamann) Da osservatori a conversanti: ina valuatazione critica do Humberto Maturana (From observers to conversers: a critical appreciation of Maturana). In Federico Nerisini (Ed.) Interpretazione E Ricerca Socilogica: La Constructione Dei Fatti Socilali Nel Processoo Di Ricerca. Urbino, ITAL: QuattroVenti.
1997: Talk of saying, showing, gesturing, and feeling in Wittgenstein and Vygotsky. Review of Communication, 1, pp.471-495.
1997: Cognition as a social practice: from computer power to word power. In C. Erneling and D.M. Johnson (Eds.) Reassessing the Cognitive Revolution. New York: Oxford University Press.
1997: Wittgenstein in practice: from the way of theory to a social poetics. In C. Tolman, F. Cherry, R van Hezewijk, and I. Lubek (Eds.) Problems of Theoretical Psychology. Ontario, CA: Captus Press.
1997: Artificial Intelligence and the dialogical. American Behavioral Scientist, 40, pp.813-828.
1997: Dialogical realities: the ordinary, the everyday, and other strange new worlds. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 27, pp.101-113.
1997: On a different ground: from monological contests to creative dialogue. Argumentation, 11(1), pp.95-112.
1997: Textual violence in academe. In M. Huspek and G. P. Radford (Eds.) Transgressing Discourses: Communication and the Voice of Other. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, pp.17-46.
1998: Social construction as social poetics: Oliver Sacks and the case of Dr.P. In B. Bayer and J. Shotter (Eds.) Reconstructing the Psychological Subject: Bodies, Practices, and Technologies. London: Sage Publications.
1998: Agency and identity. In A. Campbell and S. Muncer (Eds.) The Social Child. London: University College Press, pp.271-291.
1998: An organization’s internal public sphere: its nature and its supplementation. In O. Palshaugen, B. Gustavsen, Dag Osterberg, and J. Shotter The End of Organizational Theory?. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1998: (with Michael Billig) A Bakhtinian psychology: from out of the heads of individuals and into the dialogues between them. In M. Mayerfeld Bell and M. Gardiner (Eds.) Bakhtin and the Human Sciences: No Last Words. London and Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, pp.13-29.
1998: Resurrecting people in academic psychology: a celebration of the ordinary. In W. Smythe (Ed.) Toward a Psychology of Persons. Lawrence Erlbaum. Pp.245-271.
1998: Life inside the dialogically structured mind. In M. Cooper and J. Rowan (Eds.) The Plural Self: Multiplicity in Everyday Life. Sage Publications Ltd, pp.71-92.
1998: The dialogical nature of our inner lives. Philosophical Explorations, 1, pp.185-200.
1998: Grounding our lives in life itself: ‘perspicuous representations’ rather than narratives. Commentary on Mark Freeman’s “Mythical time, historical time, and the narrative fabric of the self.” Narrative Inquiry, 8, pp.445-453.
1998: Telling of (not about) other voices: ‘real presences’ within a text. Concepts and Transformations, 3, pp.77-96.
1998: (with Arlene Katz) ‘Living moments’ in dialogical exchanges. Human Systems, 9, pp.81-93.
1998: (with Arlene Katz) Creating new relational realities. In S. McNamee and K.J. Gergen (Eds.) Relational Responsibility. Sage Publications, pp.151-161.
1998: Causalità e grammatica: Wittgenstein, Bachtin e il terzo regno dell’ordinario (Causality and grammar: Wittgenstein, Bakhtin, and the third realm of the ordinary). Discipline Filosofiche, 2, pp.151-166.
1999: Problems with the ‘way of theory’. In W. Maiers, B. Bayer, B. Duarte Esgalhado, R. Jorna and E. Schraube (Eds.) Challenges to Theoretical Psychology. North York, CA: Captus Press.
1999: Mötet med det nya och främmande - chefen som arkitekt formandet av verkligheten (The manager as a practical author: an architect in the joint creation of conversational realities) Ledmotiv, 1, pp.xx-xx.
1999: Vygotsky: the social negotiation of semiotic mediation. Reprinted in P.Lloyd & C. Fewrnyhough (eds.) Lev Vygotsky Critical Assessments. London: Routledge.
2000: From within an external world. Commentary on Jan Smedslund’s “Psychologic and the Study Of Memory.” Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 40 (Suppl), pp.81-84.
2000: (with John W. Lannamann) Von Beobachtern zu Gesprächsteilnehmern - eine kritische Würdigung von Humberto Maturana (From observers to conversers: a critical appreciation of Humberto Maturana) Zeitschrift für Systematishe Therapie, 18, pp.4-14.
2000: Inside dialogical realities: from an abstract-systematic to a participatory-wholistic understanding of communication. Southern Journal of Communication, 65, pp.119-132.
2000: A third way: from units and categories to dialogically-structured, responsive, practical understandings. Human Development, 42, pp.369-375.
2000: Seeing historically: Goethe and Vygotsky’s ‘enabling theory-method’. Culture and Psychology, 6(2), pp.233-252.
2000: (with Arlene Katz) For another first time: instructive spontaneities in dialogical moments. Commentary on Eric E. Peterson’s “Narrative Identity in a Solo Performance: Craig Gingrich-Philbook’s ‘The First Time’.” Narrative Inquiry, 10 (1), pp.1-11.
2000: Wittgenstein and the roots of a social poetics in spontaneous bodily reactions: the third realm. In K. G. Deissler and S. McNameee (Eds.) Philosophy in Therapy: The Social Poetics of Therapeutic Conversation (Phil und Sophie auf der couch: Die soziale poesie therapeutischer gespräche). Heidelberg: Carl Auer Systeme Verlag, pp.120-129.
2000: Wittgenstein and the everyday: from radical hiddenness to “nothing is hidden;” from representation to participation. Journal of Mundane Behavior, 1(2), pp.116-134.
2001: From within our lives together: Wittgenstein, Bakhtin, and Voloshinov and the shift to a participatory stance in understanding understanding. In L. Holzman and J. Morss (Eds.) Postmodern Psychologies, Societal Practice and Political Life. New York; Routledge, pp.100-129.
2001: Toward a third revolution in psychology: from inner mental representations to dialogically-structured social practices. In D. Bakhurst and S. Shanker (Eds.) Culture, Language, Self: the Philosophical Psychology of Jerome S. Bruner. Sage Publications, pp.167-183.
2001: Wittgenstein and his philosophy of beginnings and beginnings and beginnings. Concepts and Transformations, 5(3), pp.349-362.
2001: Participative thinking: seeing the face’ and ‘hearing the voice’ of social situations. Career Development International, 6 (7), pp.343-347.
2001: Wittgenstein and psychology: on our ‘hook up’ to reality. In Shanker, S. & Kilfoyle, D. (Eds.) Wittgenstein: Critical Assessments of Philosophers: Second Series, Vol.2. London and New York: Routledge.
2002: Un-defining learning: “participative learning” within dialogically-structured activities Special issue of Educational Technology Magazine: “The Meaning of Learning,” Edited by Yusra Laila Visser Educational Technology Magazine, XLII, pp.40-44.
2002: (with Jack Lannamann) The situation of social constructionism: its ‘imprisonment’ within the ritual of theory-criticism-and-debate. Theory & Psychology, 12(5), pp.577-609.
2002: Responsive understandings in living encounters: Re-figuring intellectual inquiry. In J. D. Raskin & S. K. Bridges (Eds.), Studies in meaning: Exploring constructivist psychology. New York: Pace University Press, pp.289-306.
2003: (with Ann L. Cunliffe) The manager as practical author: everyday conversations for action. In D. Holman and R. Thorpe (Eds.) Management and Language. London: Sage Publications, pp.15-37.
2003: The dialogics of spontaneously responsive expression: setting rhetoric in motion. In C. Meyer and F. Girke (Eds.) The Interplay of Rhetoric and Culture. New York: Berghahn Books.
2003: Against models, against academic discourses, and for conversational inquiries in all human affairs. The Journal of Models and Modeling, 1(3), pp.81-112, 2004. (Paper originally written for the Conference: “Language, Logic, and Logistics: Agency, Action, and Cross-Disciplinary Discourse,” American University, Washington, DC, Jan 24th-25th, 2003.)
2003: Why action research? In Brydon-Miller, M., Greenwood, D., and Maguire, P. Why action research? Action Research, 1(1), 9-28.
2003: In Defense of Public Spheres and Public goods: Reflecting the Social Dynamics of American and Social Capitalism. Concepts and Transformations, 8(1), pp.1-24.
2003: “Real presences:” meaning as living movement in a participatory world. Theory & Psychology, vol.13(4), pp. 435-468.
2003 (with Arlene Katz): Methods of a ‘social poetics’ in people becoming ‘present’ to each other and to themselves. In Glenn Larner and David Pare (Eds.) Critical Knowledge and Practice in Psychology and Therapy Hawthorne Press..
2003 (with Sheila McNamee): Dialogue, creativity, and change. In Ken Cissna, Rob Anderson, and Leslie Baxter (Eds.) Dialogic Approaches to Communication: Theorizing Dialogue in Communication Studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
2003: Cartesian change, chiasmic change – the power of living expression. In Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology and the Arts, Spring 2003, 6(1), pp.6-29, http://www.janushead.org/6-1/Shotter.pdf (First draft of a paper for Psychology Congress 2002, Finland 5th September), also on http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jds.
2003: The intellectual legitimacy of participatory action research: its grounding in ‘the interactive moment’ In Human Systems, 14, pp.1-22. [http://pubpages.unh.edu/~jds/ActionRes.htm ]
2004: Wittgenstein’s philosophy and action research. Concepts and Transformations, 8(3), pp.295-301.
2004: The manufacture of personhood, and the institutionalization of mutual humiliation. Concepts and Transformations, 9(1), pp.1-38.
2004: (with Arlene Katz and Jaakko Seikkula) Acknowledging the otherness of the other: poetic knowing in practice and the fallacy of misplaced systematicity. Chapter for “Furthering talk: Advances in the discursive therapies,” edited by Tom Strong and David Paré, B., Kluwer Academic, pp.33-51.
2004: Responsive expression in living bodies: the power of invisible “real presences” within our everyday lives together. Paper in a special issue of Cultural Studies, “Rethinking everyday life: and then nothing turned inside out” (working title), edited by Michael E. Gardiner and Gregory J. Seigworth, 18(2/3), p..442-459.
2004: Bringing corporeal life back in: chiasmic relations and poetic understanding. In M.J. Fleener, W. Doll, and J. St.Julien (Eds.) CHAOS, COMPLEXITY, CURRICULUM AND CULTURE: A CONVERSATION. New York: Peter Lang.
2004: Expressing and legitimating ‘actionable knowledge’ from within ‘the moment of acting’ Concepts and Transformations, 9(2), pp.207-231, 2004.
2004: Beyond social constructionism: re-thinking and re-embodying the Cartesian subject/agent (in Turkish). In Sibel Arkonac (ed.) Doing psychology in non-western societies. Baðlam publications, pp.161-199.
2004: Wittgensteinian developmental investigations - Commentary on Carpendale, J.I. and Lewis, C. (2003) Constructing an understanding of mind: The development of children’s social understanding within social interaction Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27:1, pp.121-122.
2005: ‘Inside the moment of managing’: Wittgenstein and the everyday dynamics of our expressive-responsive activities. Organization Studies, 26(1), pp.113-135.
2005: Acknowledging unique others: ethics, “expressive realism,” and social constructionism (Special issue edited by Tom Strong). Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 18, pp.103-130.
2005: Moving on by backing away. In George Yancy (Ed.) Narrative Identities: Psychologists Engaged in Self-Construction. London: Jessica Kingsley, pp.150-171.
2005: Goethe and the refiguring of intellectual inquiry: from ‘aboutness’-thinking to ‘withness’-thinking in everyday life. Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology and the Arts, 8(1), pp.132-158.
2005: Inside processes: transitory understandings, action guiding anticipations, and withness thinking. International Journal of Action Research, 1(1), pp.157-189.
2005: Dialogue, depth, and life inside responsive orders: From external observation to participatory understanding. To appear in Goranzon, B., Hammaren, M. and Ennals, R. (Eds.) Dialogue, Skill and Tacit Knowledge. Amsterdam and New York: John Benjamins, pp.243-265.
2005: Vygotsky and consciousness as con-scientia, as witnessable knowing along with others. Theory and Psychology, 16(1), pp.16-36.
2006: (with Ann L. Cunliffe) Linguistic artifacts in organizing and managing. In A. Rafaeli and M. Pratt (Eds.) Artifacts and Organizations: Beyond mere Symbolism, in LEA series on Organizations and Management, pp.119-137.
2006: Understanding process from within: an argument for ‘withness’-thinking. Organization Studies, 27(4), pp.585-604.
2006: Creating “real presences:” displays in ‘Liminal Worlds’ In Prelli, L.J. (Ed.) The Rhetoric of Display. University of South Corolina Press.
2006: Participative thinking: ‘seeing the face’ and ‘hearing the voice’ of nature. In Yrjö Haila and Chuck Dyke (Eds.) How does Nature Speak? Cambridge University Press.
2006: Cunliffe, A.L. and Shotter, J. Knowing as dialogical practice: the conversational creation of “communities of learners” in organizations and regions. In D-M. Hosking and S. McNamee (Eds.) Relational Approaches to Organizational Life: an Introduction. London: Benjamins Publishers.
2006: Persons: points of condensation in a sea of living interactions. In M. Sánchez (Ed.) Proceedings of the Eleventh Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, pp.340-356.
2006: From minds hidden in the heads of individuals to the use of mind-talk between us: Wittgensteinian developmental investigations. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 36(3), pp.279-297.
2006: On the edge of Social Constructionism: Wittgensteinian inquiries into organizations and management. Qualitiative Research in Organizations and Management, 1(3), pp. 189-203.
2006: (with John Lannamann - 1st author) From observers to conversers: a critical appreciation of Humberto Maturana. Human Systems, vol.17, pp.257-269.
2007: Re-visiting George Kelly: Social constructionism, social ecology, and social justice – all unfinished projects. Personal Construct Theory& Practice, 4, pp.68-82.
2007: Wittgenstein and his philosophy of first-time events. History & Philosophy of Psychology, 9(1), pp.1-11.
2007: With what kind of science should action research be compared? International Journal of Action Research, 3(1+2), pp.65-92.
2007: Vico, Wittgenstein, Bakhtin and the Background, Analysis and Metaphysics, 6 (December 2007).
2007: Inside the moment of thinking and speaking: “the quiet weighing of linguistic facts.” Review of Contemporary Philosophy, 6 (December, 2007).
2009: Setting rhetoric in motion: from static, disembodied, monologic selves to living, embodied, dialogical selves. In: Volume 4 THE RHETORICAL EMERGENCE OF CULTURE, Edited by Christian Meyer & Felix Girke, Berghahn, ISBN 1-84545- hardback, (Spring 2009)
In press: Organizing multi-voiced organizations: action guiding anticipations and the continuous creation of novelty. Organization Studies.
In press: Joint action, and the chiasmic inter-relating of spontaneously responsive, bodily activities. For The Book of Problems, edited by Jan and Yusra Visser
In press: Psychology as a moral science of action: Macmurray and the turn to the relational. In H. A. Carson (Ed.) Persons and Agents in Relationship: Essay’s on John Macmurray’s Contribution to a Post Modern Thought. New York: Humanities Press.
1966: Review of R.E.L. Masters and J. Houston, ‘Varieties of Psychedelic Experience’, J. of Soc. for Psychical Research, 44, 255-257.
1972: Review of D. Bannister and F. Fransella ‘Inquiring Man’, The Humanist, 87, 127.
1973: ‘The Image of Man in Man’ Review of I. Chein, ‘The Image of Man and the Science of Behaviour’, in Cambridge Review, May 1973.
1974: Review of ‘Psychological Sciences: A Review of Modern Psychology’ by John Beloff, New Humanist.
1974: Review of ‘Discovering Man in Psychology: A Humanistic Approach’ by Frank T. Severin, B.J.Psychol., 65, 162-163.
1975: Review of ‘The Self in Social Work’ by J. Shaw, in J. Social Work, 5, 237-238.
1975: Review of ‘Brains, Machines and People’ by T. Wilkerson, Brit. J. Psychol., 66, 255-256.
1977: Review of Mandler’s Mind and Emotion, Bull. B.P.S.
1978 Review of Scientist as Subject by M.J. Mahoney, B.J.Psychol.,
1978: Review of Self and Social Context by R. Holland, Brit. J. of Social Work.
1980: Review of ‘Actions’ by J. Hornsby in Psychology News, May.
1982: Review of The Meaning of Objects: Domestic Symbols and the Self. by M. Csikszentmihalyi and E.Rochberg-Halton. In Psychology News, Jan., No.24, 15-16.
1983: The manufacture of action. Review of The Analysis of Action. M. v.Cranach and R. Harre (eds) Cambridge Univ Press. Brit. J. Ed. Psychol.,53, 254-5.
1983: Telling it like it is. Review of Descriptive Psychology, vol. 2. K.E.Davis and T. Mitchell (eds), JAI Press. Contemporary Psychology, x, xxx-xxx.
1984: Review of S. Peele.... Brit. J. Med. Psychol.,...
1985: Review of J. Adams-Webber and J.C. Mancuso (Eds.) Applications of Personal Construct Theory, 1983. Academic Press: London. In Brit. J. Psychol., 76, 273-74.
1987: Survival in an invented reality. Review of Michael de Certeau. The Practice of Everyday Life. Univ of Calif Press. New Ideas in Psychology, 5, 407-409.
1987: Review of Jonathan Potter and Margaret Wetherell. Discourse and Social Psychology. London: Sage Publications, 1987. Current Psychology, 8, 68-69.
1989: The renunciation of mastery. Review of M. de Certeau Heterologies: Discourse on the Other. University of Minnesota Press. New Ideas in Psychology, 5, 407-409.
1989: Review of Theodore R. Sarbin (Ed.), Narrative Psychology: The Storied Nature of Human Conduct, London: Praeger Press. History of the Human Sciences, 2, 279-282.
1989: The thoughtful nature of ideology. Review of M. Billig, S. Condor, D. Edwards, M. Gane, D. Middleton and R. Radley, Ideological Dilemmas, London: Sage Publications, 1988. Cultural Dynamics, 1, 457-459.
1990: De tegenstrijdige aard van het ideologische denken. Review of: M. Billig, S. Condor, D. Edwards, M. Gane, D. Middleton and R. Radley, Ideological Dilemmas, London: Sage Publications, 1988, Psychologie en Maatschappij, 14, 191-194.
1991: Analyzing the macrocosm in the microcosm. Review: Analysing Everyday Explanation: a Casebook of Methods, edited by Charles Antaki. London: Sage Publications Ltd, 1988. Contemporary Sociology, 18, 963-964.
1993: Still bewitched. Review of J.D. Greenwood. The Future of Folk Psychology: Intentionality and Cognitive Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Brit. J. Psychology, 84, 278-280.
1993: The ‘poetry’ prior to science. Review: Vico and Humanism: Essays on Vico, Heiddegger, and Rhetoric, by Ernesto Grassi. New York: Peter Lang, 1990. New Ideas in Psychology, 11, 415-417.
1995: Exploring linguistic realities. Review of J. Hyman (Ed.) Sciences of the Mind after Wittgenstein. Routledge. Theory and Psychology, 5, 158-161.
1996: Review of H.J.M. Hermans and H.J.G.Kempen. The Dialogical Self: Meaning as Movment. New York: Aacdemic Press, 1994. Theory and Psychology, 6, 177-179.
1996: Realism and ‘a Way’ the World Is. Review of John R. Searle, The Construction of Social Reality. New York: The Free Press, 1995, 241pp. Theory and Psychology, 7, pp.420-422.
1997: Review of Sue Fisher, Nursing Wounds: Nurse Practitioners, Doctors, Women Patients and the Negotiation of Meaning. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1995, 259 pp. Discourse and Society, ??, pp.154-155.
1997: From within the particularities of our lives together. Review of B.W. McKinze, Objectivity, Communication, and the Foundation of Understanding. New York and London: University Press of America, 1994, pp.158. Argumentation, 11, pp.493-497.
1998: Action research as history-making. Review of Charles Spinosa, Fernado Flores, and Hubert L. Dreyfus, Disclosing New Worlds: Entrepreneurship, Democratic Action, and the Cultivation of Solidarity. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997, pp.222. Concepts and Transformation, 2:3, pp.279-286.
1998: Constructing ‘enabling communities’. Review of J.S. Bruner The Culture of Education (Harvard Univ Press, 1996) Concepts and Transformations, 3, pp.171-178.
1999: Must we ‘work out’ how to act jointly? Review of Herbert H. Clark, Using Language. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1996, 432pp. Theory and Psychology, 9, pp.129-133.
1999: The social construction of subjectivity: can it be theorized? Review of Julian Henriques, Wendy Holloway, Cathy Urwin, Couze Venn, and Valerie Walkerdine: Changing the Subject: Psychology, Social Regulation and Subjectivity. London and New York: Routledge, 1998. Contemporary Psychology, 44, pp.482-483.
1999: The end of rational planning and the turn to conversational communities. Review of: Theodore Zeldin, Conversation. London: Harvill Press, 1998, pp.103. ISBN 1 86046 662 1 (hbk). Concepts and Transformations, 4, pp.225-227.
2000: Review of “The ‘Better Angels’ of Capitalism: Rhetoric, Narrative, and Moral Identity Among Men of the American Upper Class.” By: Andrew Herman, Westview Press. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, Vol. 571, pp.231-232.
2000: Review essay: Recovering a lost coherence. Review of Mazzotta, Giuseppe. 1999. The New Map of the World: the Poetic Philosophy of Giambattista Vico. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. xviii, p.267 ISBN 069 100 1804 (Hbk). Concepts and Transformations, 5 (3), pp.383-391.
In press: Putting a (dialogical) practice into our practices: joint action and participation in an ‘enabling community’ - a whole new language-game for psychology. Review of J.S. Bruner The Culture of Education (Harvard Univ Press, 1996) for the journal Mind, Culture, and Activity.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, COLLOQUIA, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS:
1968 Does conscience exist? Letter in New Society, 28th November.
1969 Educating the Edmass. Letter in The Listener, 2nd July.
1970 Behaviourism. Letter in The Listener, 27th April.
1971 Race research. Letter in The Listener, 11th February.
1972 (with Alan Gauld) The grammar of vision. Letter in The Listener, 26th February.
1972 Can the current dilemma of linguistics be resolved? Nottingham Linguistics Circular, No. 2, 15-19.
1972 The Computer Analogy and Human Action. Bull. B.P.S., 25, (abstract) (Paper read at B.P.S. Annual Conference, Nottingham, 1972).
1973 Limitations in psychological research. Bull. B.P.S., 26 (abstract) 166 (Paper read at B.P.S. Annual Conference, Liverpool, 1973).
1976 Progress towards an everyday-life psychology. (abstract) Bull. B.P.S., 29, 212 (Paper read at B.P.S. Annual Conference, York, 1976).
1976 (with Rom Harré and Richard Stevens) Analysing the analysts. Two radio programmes for Open University course D305.
1977 (conference paper) Agency and Accounting: in criticism of Harre’s and Secord’s ‘Open Souls’ doctrine (Abstract Bull. B.P.S.). (Paper given at B.P.S. Social Psychology Section Conference, Durham, September, 1977.)
1978 Homo Duplex: the personal and the political. (Abstract Bull. B.P.S.) (Paper read at B.P.S., Social Psychology Section Conference, Cardiff).
1979 (conference paper) Telling and reporting: prospective and retrospective functions of self-descriptive statements. (Abstract) Bull. B.P.S., 32, p.26-27. (paper read at B.P.S., London Conference, Dec. 1978)
1981 (conference paper with J. Newson) Representation and the implicate order (paper for B.P.S. Annual Conference, Surrey, April, 1981, abstract Bull.B.P.S., 34, 192-193.
1982: (with Alan Gauld) Memory as a social institution. (paper given at the Cognitive Psychology Section Conference, Plymouth, Sept. 1982) Bull.B.P.S., 35, 214 (abstract).
1982: The political economy of selfhood: the psychodynamics of the Cold War. Address in the Nottingham Peace Studies lecture series, October.
1982: Pre-empirical investigations in social psychology: formulating common sense knowledge in systems of necessary relations. (paper given at Social Psychology Section Conference, Edinburgh, Sept, 1982) Bull.B.P.S., 35, p. A90.
1983: Selfhood and social accountability. Invited address to Tavistock Clinic, March.
1983: Descriptive Psychology. (Invited paper for symposium on Theories of Behavioural Descriptions, BPS Annual Conference, York, April 1983.) Bull. B.P.S., 36, A68
1984: Problems of interpretation. SALP Newsletter, March, 1984.
1984: The social construction of “you”. Paper to the Self and Identify Conference, June, Cardiff.
1985: Accounting for intentionality in practice. Paper to the Piaget Center, Manchester, 11th May.
1985: The rhetoric of theory in social psychology. Paper to the Annual Conference of B.P.S. Soc. Psychol. Sec., Cambridge, Sept.
1985: Metacommunication, metonymy, “topics,” and their formulation. (paper given at BPS Annual Conference, Developmental Section, Belfast, Sept. 1985 (abstract Bull.B.S., 38, A107, 1985).)
1985: Vico and the social production of social order. Paper given to the Research Group for the History of the Human Sciences, University of Durham, November.
1986: The rhetoric of theory in psychology. Paper given at the Temple Conference in Case Studies in the Rhetoric of the Human Sciences. Temple University, Philadelphia.
1986: Warranting qualitative research: the rediscovery of sociality. Paper to the Annual Conference of B.P.S. Educational Psychol. Sec., Nottingham, Sept.
1986: Warranting qualitative research: the rediscovery of sociality. (paper given at BPS Annual Conference, Educational Psychology Section, Nottingham, Sept. 1986 (abstract xxxx).)
1986: Warranting accounts: justifying privileged forms of speech. (paper given at BPS Annual Conference, Social Psychology Section, Sussex, Sept, 1986 (abstract xxx).
1987: Rhetoric as a model for psychology. Paper given at British Psychological Society Conference on the Future of Psychology: Alternative models for psychology, Jan 1987.
1987: The role of the imaginary in the making of social psychology. Paper given at International Conference Social Psychology in the Making, at Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, July.
1987: Social accountability and the linguistic creation of mind: the unaccountability of computer conduct. Paper given at International Conference on Computers, Cognition and Epistemology, April 1987, Aarhus, Denmark.
1987: Annual convention of the APA, New York, Sept 1st, 1987, (invited paper) “In place of proof: psychology in a rhetorical context.”
1987: Annual convention of the APA, New York, Sept 1st, 1987 (invited paper) “The ephemeral ‘I’; transitory personalities in an era of postmodernism.”
1988: NIP Annual Congress, Tilburg, Oct 21-22nd, 1988 (paper) Some difficulties in the falsification of theories: ‘entrapment’ in imaginary realities.
1988: Erasmus Postgraduate Course: Comparative Study of Knowledge Systems. Rijksuniversiteit Gent, 6-7th oct, 13-14th oct, 15-16th Oct, 1988.
1988: Paper in Norms in argumentation workshop, Utrecht, 17/18th March: “The unique nature of normal circumstances: contests and illusions.”
1988: Paper at SSAS conference on Social Ontology, Oxford, March 11-13th,
1988: Colloquium at Rijksuniversitieit Leiden, May 3rd, 1988: “Counterfeit and contest in the making of mind.”
1988: Paper at NIP Annual Congress, Tilburg, Oct 21-22nd, 1988: “Some difficulties in the falsification of theories: ‘entrapment’ in imaginary realities.”
1988: Invited address at the Donald Bannister Memorial Conference, London, Oct 28th, 1988: “Real and counterfeit constructions in psychotherapeutic relationships.”
1989: Counterfeit, contest and illusion in social scientific theorizing. Paper given at 10th Annual Conference on Discourse Analysis, Temple University, Philadelphia, March 16th-18th.
1989: The myth of mind and the mistake of psychology. Paper given at the 3rd. biennial conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology, Arnhem, April 17th-21st.
1989: ‘Making’ and ‘finding’: Paper given at Social Ontology conference, Oxford, June 24th-25th.
1989: Internalization: a boundary phenomenon. Paper given at 1st European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, July 4th.
1989: Rom Harre’ and the turn to social constructionism. Paper given at the Lancaster Conference on Discourse, July 7th-9th.
1989: Realism and social constructionism. Paper given at the Standing Conference on Realism, Manchester, Sept 8th-10th.
1989: ‘Getting in touch’: the nature of a post-modern human sciences. Paper given at Non-classical Methods in the Human Sciences conference, Groningen, November 16th-17th.
1989: Critical psychology: rhetoric and reality. Paper given at British Psychology Society, London Conference, Dec 19th-20th.
1990: “Conference Overview:” For the International Workshop on Adolescence, Grongingen, The Netherlands, April 7th-11th.
1990: “What is a close personal relationship?” For the conference: Personal Relationships, Oxford University, England, July 15th-20th.
1990: A critical social constructionist approach to social-organizational problems. Paper given at the St Galen Conference on Relational Theories of Organization, August 8th-10th.
1990: “The sociogenesis of mechanisms of sociogenesis, and the sociogenesis of their study.” Paper given at the Workshop: mechanisms in sociogenesis, Utrecht, 13-14 Dec.
1991: “’Getting in touch’: the metamethodology of a postmodern science of mental life.” Paper at conference Trends in non-Classical Psychology, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands, Jan. 4th-5th.
1991: “Vico, Vygotsky, Wittgenstein: the making and sustaining of moral worlds.” Cornell Professor’s Lecture, Swarthmore College, Feb 25th.
1991: “The imagined and the imaginary.” Paper read at Coloquio Internacional sobre Imaginario Social Contemporaneo, Colegio Universitario de Cayey, Puerto Rico, Feb. 13th to 15th.
1991: “Social constructionism: relativism, moral sources, and judgments of adequacy.” Paper given at Spring Workshop Social Science and the Moral Dimension of Life, Georgetown University, Washington, March 15th-17th.
1991: “Power on the Margins: a New Place for Intellectuals to be.” Paper given at conference Ideology Critique and Beyond, Temple University, April 18-20.
1991: “Consultant re-authoring: the ‘making’ and ‘finding’ of narrative constructions.” Paper given at the Houston-Galveston Conference on Narrative and Psychotherapy: New Directions in Theory and Practice, Houston, Texas, May 10th-12th.
1991: “Becoming someone: identity and belonging.” Colloquium given at Nova University, Florida, October 9th.
1992: “In dialogue: social constructionism and radical constructivism.” Paper given at the conference on Alternative Epistemologies in Education, Athens, Georgia, Feb 22nd-25th.
1992: “Power on the Margins.” Paper given at Mainstream(s) and Margins Conference, University of Massachusetts, April 3rd.
1992: “Dialogism and the formulation of a critical social constructionism.” Paper given at Eastern Communication Association Conference, Maine, April 24th-25th.
1992: “The discursive construction of identities.” Paper given at International Communication Association, Miami, May 21st-25th.
1992: Harre’, Vygotsky, Bakhtin, Vico, Wittgenstein: Conversational realities and academic discourses. Paper given at Harre’ and Friends Workshop, Leusden, the Netherlands, June 24th-25th.
1992: Social constructionism: a rhetorical-responsive account. Paper given Contrasting theoretical/philosophical perspectives on identity: a round table. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 17th-19th.
1992: Power on the margins: academics and civil society: Paper given at Mainstream(s) and Margins: Cultural Politics in the 90's Conference, UMASS, April 3rd.
1992: Power on the margins: academics and civil society. Paper given at conference Academic Knowledge and Political Power, University of Maryland, November 20th-22nd.
1993: The growth of conversational understanding: beyond rationality-as-representation. Paper given at Temple conference: Conversation as an art of discovery, Philadelphia, March, 25th-27th.
1993: The university as a conversational community. Paper given at the ICA conference Faces and Interfaces: Communicating across Disciplines, Washington, May 27th-30th.
1993: Language and the construction of self. Paper given at Constructed Realities: Therapy, Theory, and Research conference, Lofoten, North Norway, June 22nd-25th.
1993: Conversation and everyday life, and: Alternative constructivisms. Papers given at American Cybernetic Society Conference, Philadelphia, November 4th-7th.
1993: Conversational Realities: colloquium given at the University of Calgary, Canada, 29th Oct.
1993: Depersonalization in psychology: paper given at Workshop, Banff, Canada, 30th Oct.
1993: The Exploration of Conversational Realities: a set of four workshops given at The Antioch New England Graduate Center, December 10th, 9.00am to 5.00pm.
1994: Making sense on the boundaries: on moving between philosophy and psychotherapy. Lecture at the Royal Institute of Philosophy, in the series Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, London, Jan 7th
1994: Making sense on the boundaries: on moving between philosophy and psychotherapy” - colloquium given in the Department of Communication, University of New Hampshire, Jan 28th.
1994: Conversational realities: from with persons to within relationships. Paper at the Discursive Construction Knowledge Conference, Adelaide, Australia, Feb 21st-25th, 1994.
1994: Saying, showing, gesturing and feeling in Wittgenstein and Vygotsky: colloquium given in the Department of Philosophy, University of Kingston, Canada, March 17th.
1994: Conversational realities: workshop given at University of Kingston, Canada, March 18th.
1994: Making sense on the boundaries: on moving between philosophy and psychotherapy: talk given at The Massachusetts Interdisciplinary Discourse Seminar (Midas), Boston, March 24th.
1994: Conversational Realities: from within persons to within relationships: colloquium given in the Department of Communication, University of Syracuse, April 22nd
1994: Agency in Social Constructionism: panel, ECA, Washington, April 30th.
1994: Cultural constructions. Contribution to workshop, Language Learning Center, University of Georgia, Atlanta, May 13th-15th.
1994: Conversational realities. Workshop given at Kensington Consultants Center (KCC), St Stephens, Oxford, 12th July
1994: Now I can go on: Wittgenstein and Communication. Colloquium given in the Department of Communication, University of Calgary, Sept 30th
1994: Panel speaker: New Voices in Human Systems - a Collaborative Conference devoted to the Memory of Gregory Bateson, Gardner, Massachusetts, Oct 6th-8th
1994: Wittgenstein and psychology. Colloquium given in the Department of Psychology, University of New Hampshire, 27th Oct
1994: Providential dialogues: a social constructionist stance toward psychological help. Plenary speaker at workshop-conference, Helsinki, Finland, Nov 25th-26th.
1995: ‘Arresting moments’ in Medical Diagnostic Interviews. Workshop given (with Arlene Katz, Harvard Medical School) at The Lapthorpe Community Center, Northampton, Mass, March, 25th.
1995: Wittgenstein’s world: from ‘the way of theory’ to a ‘social poetics’. Plenary speaker at Social Constructionism, Culture, and the Politics of Social Identity Conference, New School of Social Research, April, 7th.
1995: Understanding practices in practices (not in theory). A conversation with Fred Newman. East Side Short-term Psychotherapy Institute, New York, April, 8th.
1995: In the spaces between people. Colloquium give in the Department of Psychology, University of Virginia, April 13th.
1995: Social Constructionism Workshop. University of Virginia, April, 13th.
1995: Conference panel on Dialogue. ICA, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May xx-xx.
1995: Wittgenstein and the poetics of our ‘inner lives’. AAA, Washington, 18th Nov, 1995
1995: How do social groups devise new practices? Spotlight on Scholarship Panel, SCA, San Antonio, Texas, 20th Nov, 1995.
1996: Dialogical realities: their nature and their investigation. Plenary speaker at second Social Constructionism, Culture, and the Politics of Social Identity Conference, New School of Social Research, April, 26th.
1996: What’s happening?: the impact of conversation and language in clinical work. Conference on The impact of conversations and language in clinical and research work, Sultijelma, Norway, June 13th-15th.
1996: What’s happening?: the impact of conversation and language in research work. Conference on The impact of conversations and language in clinical and research work, Sultijelma, Norway, June 13th-15th.
1996: Wittgenstein’s world. Conference on new explorations in psychotherapy, Helsinki, Finland, June 20th.
1996: On coming to embody new relations between oneself and the world: mental activities as dialogically responsive movements. Paper at “New Psychologies” Conference, Tarbert, Scotland, June 25th-28th.
1996: Dialogical realities. Workshop give at Skill and Technology: Culture and Communication Summer School, Skebo, Sweden, August 11th-16th.
1996: Conversational realities: in the ‘gaps’ between us. Paper given at XXVI International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada, August 16th-21st.
1996: Vico, Wittgenstein, and Bakhtin: ‘practical trust’ in dialogically-structured communities. Paper given at the Democracy and Trust conference, Georgetown University, Nov 7th-9th.
1997: Dialogical realities: the ordinary, the everyday, and other strange new worlds. Colloquium given at University of Cambridge, Social and Political Sciences Faculty, Feb 11th.
1997: Dialogical realities: the ordinary, the everyday, and other strange new worlds. Colloquium given at University of Essex, Department of Psychology, Feb 14th
1997: Theory, systems, and relational ethics: the voice ‘from within’ the living moment. Paper at the conference “Who speaks? The voice within the Human Sciences,” Bristol, UK, 21st-23rd April.
1997: Problems with the ‘way of theory’. Paper for the International Society for Theoretical Psychology Annual Conference, Berlin, 27 April - 2 May, 1997
1997: Dialogical realities: the ordinary, the everyday, and other strange new worlds. Colloquium given University of North East London, Department of Social Work and Social Psychology, May 22nd.
1998: Participatory action research. Notes prepared for workshop: Work Organization and Europe as a Development Coalition, Brussels, Jan 28th.
1998: Bakhtin and Wittgenstein: Dialogicality and the Understanding of Culture. Invited speaker in Cognitive Science Colloquium Series, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Feb20th.
1998: Bakhtin and Wittgenstein: Dialogicality and the Understanding of Culture. Colloquium give at Emory University, Atlanta, Feb 20th.
1998: Commentary on John Stewart’s “Language as Articulate Contact.” at Western Speech Communication Association Conference, Denver, 16th Feb.
1998: Renouncing the ‘way of theory’: inserting a Wittgensteinian practice into our everyday practices. Plenary paper at 3rd Biennial Conference “Postmodernism in Practice”, University of Adelaide, Australia, 25th Feb-1st March.
1998: Dialogical practices. Day long workshop given at Communication Research Institute of Australia, March 3rd.
1998: Wittgenstein and Bakhtin: relational-responsive understanding and putting a (dialogical) practice into our practices. Colloquium given at Clark University, Department of Psychology, April 15th.
1998: Presenter at Residential Summer School: Complexity, Uncertainty and Management: Sense-making and Giving Meaning. Kensington Consultation Centre, Oxford, July 14th-19th.
1998: The dialogical, co-authorship of transformational narratives. Paper given to the Piaget Society, Chicago, June 11th-13th
1998: Presenter at spotlight on scholarship: Vernon Cronen. Paper given at the International Communication Association, New York, Nov 24th.
1998: Mutual understanding in a participatory world. Paper given at the International Symposium: Mutual Understanding, Rethymnon, Crete, Oct 1st-7th
1999: March 16th, Workshop on “Styles of Writing in Action Research, Norwegian Institute of Worklife Research, Oslo Norway
1999: March 15th , Workshop on “The Manager as Practical Author,” Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.
1999: April 2nd: Creating ‘real presences’: displaying ‘liminal worlds’ Display project study group Departmental Colloquium, UNH.
1999: May 29th, Inside dialogical realities. Mini-Plenary presentation to International Communication Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
1999: June 5th, Writing from within ‘living moments’: aboutness writing versus withness writing. Featured speaker at Fourth National ‘Writing Across the Curriculum Conference: Multiple Intelligences,” Cornell, June 3rd-5th, 1999
1999: “At the boundaries of being: re-figuring intellectual life.” Plenary address at UNH Conference: Social Construction and Relational Practices, Sept 16th-19th.
1999: (with Arlene Katz) Social poetics as a relational practice: creating resourceful communities. Construction of Health and Illness workshop at Social Construction and Relational Practices Conference, University of New Hampshire, Sept 16th-19th.
1999: Wittgenstein and Bakhtin: relational-responsive understanding and putting a (dialogical) practice into our practices. Colloquium given at Collaborative Learning Program: Visiting Scholars Workshop, at the University of Tennessee, Oct 30th, 1999.
1999: (with Arlene Katz) Social poetics as a relational practice: creating resourceful communities. Workshop given at the Educational Psychology: Collaborative Learning Program Visiting Scholars Workshop, at the University of Tennessee, Oct 30th..
2000: “Wittgenstein and his philosophy of beginnings and beginnings and beginnings.” Paper given at the American University, Washington DC, March 26th, at a Wittgenstein Conference in honor of Rom Harré.
2000: “Creating ‘Real Presences’: Displaying ‘Liminal Worlds’. Paper given at Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, April 29th.
2000: “Inside dialogical realities,” and “Methods of a social poetics.” Workshops given at Latimer House, Latimer, Herts for the Department of Business Studies, University of Hertfordshire, UK, June 13th.
2000: “Inside dialogical realities.” Workshop given at Ashridge College of Business Studies, Berkhamstead. UK, June 19th.
2000: At the boundaries of being: re-figuring intellectual inquiry. Plenary presentation at North American Personal Construct Network, Ninth Biennial Conference, New Paltz, July 15th.
2000: Constructing ‘resourceful or mutually enabling’ communities: Putting a new (dialogical) practice into our practices. Paper presented at the Presidential Session at the AECT Conference, Denver, Oct 25th-28th, 2000.
2001: Wittgenstein and psychology. Departmental Colloquium, Psychology, University of Lancaster, Feb 14th.
2001: ‘Seeing the face’ and ‘hearing the voice’ of the conference. Plenary remarks delivered at the session: “Making meaning together,” at the Inter-Logics, International Workshop Conference: “It’s a Relational World,” University of Warwick, 7th-9th March.
2001: Two hour workshop on: Managers as practical authors I. Department of Management Learning, University of Lancaster, 24th April.
2001: Two hour workshop on: Managers as practical authors II. Department of Management Learning, University of Lancaster. 26th April.
2001: Day long-four part workshop: “A day of classes with John Shotter” (95 participants). Kensington Consultation Center (KCC). The Oval Cricket Ground, London. 11th May.
2001: Workshop on: The manager as practical author. Department of Business Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University, 2rd May.
2001: Participant in Workshop: Values in psychology. Gordon College, Massachusetts, 13th -15th June.
2001: ‘Real presences:’ meaning as living movement. Plenary address in-UNH/Taos Institute Conference (Haboring hope in a sea of change), New England Center, June 17th.
2001: (with Jack Lannamann) Workshop: Social Constructionism in Practice, at Verband Internationale Institut für Systemische Arbeitungsformen (Viist), Marburg, Germany, Oct 4th- 6th, 2001
2002: A return to “real presences:” participatory forms of active, responsive understanding Paper for: Intemational Seminar “Beyond the Linguistic Turn: Literature, Culture and Philosophy,” Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Director: Franson Manjali, Jan 22nd-26th, 2002.
2002: Setting rhetoric in motion: from static, disembodied, monologic selves to living, embodied, dialogical selves. Paper given at the First Rhetoric of Culture Conference, Mainz, Feb 7th-10th, 2002
2002: Globalization: a single order of mechanical connectedness, versus a dialogically-structured, living, relatedness Paper prepared for: Globalizations: Cultural, Economic, Democratic, Conference held at College Park, University of Maryland, April 11th- 14th, 2002
2002: Approaches and meetings: dynamic understandings from within living, indivisible, complex wholes Address to Conference on Action Research, Constructivism, and Democracy. Stockholm, Sweden, June 5th-7th, 2002.
2002: Reconstructing social constructionism as social ecology. Workshop Conference: Poetic and Practical Knowing: Narrativity, Social Constructionism, and Appreciative Inquiry, at Dansk Institut for Supervision, Personaleudvikling, Undervisning og Konsultation (DISPUK), June 17th-19th, 2002
2002: “Cartesian change, dialogical change – the power of living expression” Keynote address, workshop conference on Systemic Social Constructionism in Action. Kensington Consultation Center (KCC), July 1st, 2002.
2002: “Cartesian change, dialogical change – the power of living expression” Keynote address, Psychology 2002- Congress, Jyväskylä, Finland, Sept 4th-6th, 2002.
2002: “Cartesian change, chiasmic change – the power of living expression.” Paper presented at the Second International Conference on the Dialogical Self: Meaning as Movement, Gent, Belgium, Oct 18th, 2002
2003: Partial, participatory agency versus agency ‘as mastery and possession’, ISTP Istanbul, 22-27 June, 2003, Symposium on Agency.
2003: “Attitudes”: from static “inner states” to dynamic “styles of address,” Istanbul, June 22nd-27th, June 2003, Symposium: re-thinking psychology in social constructionist terms.
2003: KCC, Kent, 29th June-4th July, 2003
2003: (with Ann L. Cunliffe) The ‘voices of silence’: conversations on language, meaning-making and organizational theorizing, Critical Management Studies, Lancaster, 7th-9th July, 2003
2003: Re-visiting George Kelly: social constructionism, social ecology, and social justice – all unfinished projects, plenary at XV International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, Huddesfield, July 14th-18th, 2003.
2003: Being ‘moved’ by the embodied, responsive-expressive voice’ of an ‘other’. Plenary at 8th International Meeting on the Treatment of Psychosis, Tornio, Finland, August 27th-31st, 2003.
2003: Inside the moment of speaking: in our meetings with others, we cannot simply be ourselves. Paper at Psychologies and Identities Conference, University of Bergamo, Italy, October 3rd - 4th, 2003
2003: The necessity for ambiguity if we are to achieve specificity in communication. Contribution to session: Ambiguity, cognition, learning, teaching, and design, AECT meeting, Anaheim, CA, Oct 22nd-25th, 2003
2003: Exploring Living, Bodily, Spontaneous, Responsive-Expression: the Chiasmic Structure of Social Life in a Post-Cartesian world. KCC Two-Day Workshop, November 14th -15th 2003, with Tom Anderson and John Shotter
2004: Open Workshop, Dublin, March 1st, 2004: Social Constructionism – from the ‘Linguistic Turn’ to the ‘Corporeal (Bodily) Turn’: Social Life in a Post-Cartesian world.
2004: Massey University, New Zealand. A set of four Distinguished Visiting Scholar’s Lectures: From within our lives together – Wittgenstein, Vygotsky, Bakhtin, and the nature of dialogical inquiry – May 3rd: 1) Bakhtin and Wittgenstein: dialogicality and (a poetic approach to) the understanding of culture; May 6th: 2) Renouncing “the way of theory:” inserting a Wittgensteinian practice into our everyday practices; May 12th : 3) Being ‘moved’ by the embodied, responsive-expressive ‘voice’ of an ‘other’; May 19th : 4) Vygotsky and consciousness as con-scientia, as witnessable knowing along with others
2004: University of Calgary, Three colloquia: June 1st: Therapy colloquium: Acknowledging unique others: ethics, “expressive realism,” and social constructionism; June 2nd: Psychology Theory colloquium: ‘Withness-thinking” versus “aboutness- thinking;” June 3rd Management colloquium:‘Inside the moment of managing’: Wittgenstein and the everyday dynamics of our expressive-responsive activities.
2004: University of Tromsoe, Norway, June 14th - 16th, Psychotherapy Workshop, Panel participant over the three days of the workshop.
2004: Plenary: Wittgenstein in the moment of managing. KCC Management Workshop, 4th - 9th July, Oxford.
2004: Expressing and legitimating ‘actionable knowledge’ from within ‘the moment of acting’ (Paper for the Symposium: ‘Creating Actionable Knowledge’, at the Academy of Management Conference in New Orleans, 21st August 2004).
2004: Skelleftea, Sweden, Sept 1st - 2nd Sept, Psychosis Workshop, Plenary workshop session with Professor Anders Lindseth: Practical Philosophy and Psychosis.
2004: (with Arlene Katz) From narrative to narration – the power of living, responsive expression. Plenary given at BMA Conference on Narrative Research in Health and Illness, Thursday 9th Sept, 2004.