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interlocutor

Scots law a decree by a judge
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It presupposes the interlocution between scientific knowledge and popular knowledge by means of the multiprofessional experience, in order to reach interprofessional education (6).
The paper has been developed as a series of textual and visual interlocutions between an Inclusive Artist (Alice), a Social and Cultural Geographer (Hannah) and members of the contemporary arts group 'The Rockets' who have learning disabilities.
Hence, ethnic identity negotiation squares with the volatility of dialogical processes that conceives the inter-animation between ethnic self and other as individuals exchange thoughts, interlocution and actions that denote ethnic characteristics.
Furthermore the Taliban got involved in interlocutions with the US for bringing an end to the insurgency in Afghanistan.
The findings make it possible to understand the developments of these movements interconnected around their status as social mediators and their interlocutions with the national government.