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interlocutor

Scots law a decree by a judge
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So, the same logics structures the services, interventions and interlocutions among health professionals and users, reproducing traditional gender relations.
For instance, can the interlocution between Chu Long and the Dowager Queen be said to maintain their relationship, to save the face for both, or to keep harmony?
They are part of the research network involved in the project: The Movement of Reconceptualization of Social Work in Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia): historical determinants, international interlocutions and memory.
Research methodology--the following methods were used in order to conduct the research: bibliographic study method, survey method, interlocution method, observation method, case study method and graphical method.
Newton and hear a question as simple as "Isn't it true that racism got its start for economic reasons?" without finding it all a "weird interlocution" and complaining that the fluorescent light in the room hurts her eyes.
Importantly, although what one perceives as good and bad may appear self-evident, such qualitative contrasts are forged through 'webs of interlocution' as one engages with others (Abbey, 2002: 69).
However, Taylor argues that the self does not--cannot--actually develop independently, but that, however else it may later develop or attempt to kick itself free, it always begins within what he calls "webs of interlocution." (15) "One is a self only among other selves," Taylor argues; "A self can never be described without reference to those who surround it." (16) This is because the self, unlike other objects, is primarily a discursive object, created and maintained by language, and these "webs of interlocution"--the discursive webs of language and social connection--are, in a sense, the self's native environment.