- Shotter (1981) Four Chapters: ‘Psychoanalysis’; ‘Self in Interaction’; ‘Philosophical influences in psychology’; and ‘Language and Perception’, in C.I. Howarth and W.E.C. Gillham (eds) The Structure of Psychology. London: Allen and Unwin. June 10, 2016
- The myth of mind, and the mistake of psychology May 1, 2016
- Participatory action research in a new age of distributed learning and multidimensional, dialogically and discursively structured, flexible, decentralized, heterarchical, fluid forms of self-developing organization April 28, 2016
- Deep Dialogicality: What is it that makes Open Dialogue a therapeutic dialogue? — the practicalities of a loving relationship April 27, 2016
- Full Text: Deep Dialogicality, Human Becomings, and Leaders as ‘Founders of Discursivity’ April 27, 2016
- An everyday approach to ‘psychotic’ responses to extreme mental distress — Open Dialogue as a continuation of our first language learning February 16, 2016
- Primordial Socio-Material Being, Deep Dialogicality, and the Ephemeral Nature of (what we call) “Dualities,” and “Paradoxes.” January 20, 2016
- Deep Dialogicality, Human Becomings, and Leaders as ‘Founders of Discursivity’ December 7, 2015
- Portraying ‘lived experiences’ in ‘narrative accounts’ that not only challenge prevailing ‘thought styles’ in one’s ‘social community’, but provide enticing openings to change them December 6, 2015
- The Strange Nature of the Dialogical ppt October 28, 2015
John Oct 2014
John Shotter’s Web Site
Welcome to my website. You can access many of my papers and books from links on these pages. You can also follow some thoughts-in-progress and my travels in conversation with others.
I am an Emeritus Professor of Communication in the Department of Communication, University of New Hampshire, and I work as an organisational consultant and doctoral examiner internationally. My long term interest is in the social conditions conducive to people having a voice in the development of participatory democracies and civil societies.