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Talking past each other

Joan Metge

Talking past each other

problems of cross-cultural communication

by Joan Metge

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Published by Victoria University Press in Wellington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJoan Metge and Patricia Kinloch.
ContributionsKinloch, Patricia.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13780272M

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Hoffman () finds that polarized positions exist in a 'logic schism', where actors in the debate simply talk past each other because they seek only Author: Andrew John Hoffman.   Talking Past Each Other: Class and Culture in the Church. August 2, Septem First, if there was any shortcoming to the book, In this, as in so many other arenas, Christians tend to talk past each other about the same concerns and truths. Disagreement and uncoordinated efforts are as often the result of cultural disconnects as.

Abstract. This paper analyzes the extent to which two institutional logics around climate change - the climate change "convinced" and climate change "skeptical" logics - are truly competing or talking past each other in a way that can be described as a logic by:   I don’t suppose it will be easy for Carl Trueman (“Turning Inward,” December ) and me to avoid talking past each other, but let’s give it a try. My book, The Meaning of Protestant Theology, is not an effort to engage with secondary literature.


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