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Request for D&D Sources

 
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Michael Briand



Joined: 30 Jun 2004
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Location: Denver, Colorado

PostPosted: Fri Jul 23, 2004 12:36 pm    Post subject: Request for D&D Sources Reply with quote

I would like to start compiling a comprehensive collection of sources relating to dialogue and deliberation: books, articles, monographs, manuscripts, etc. My intent is to create highly informative abstracts or summaries of the best.

The works can be by scholars, practitioners, or others. They can be intended for a scholarly, practitioner, or general audience. The topics can be broad or narrow. They can address dialogue or deliberation directly, or they can discuss matters to which D or D is pertinent but only implied.

In short, if you've read something and consider it germane to and valuable for your thinking about and practice of D &D, I'd like to know about it.

It would help immensely if, when recommending a piece, you could provide two or three sentences about it. Citations or information about where the original can be found would be greatly appreciated.


PLEASE NOTE: This conversational string was continued under the heading "Check in and Say Hello." There you will find additional postings by myself and Wally Clausen. Per Wally's suggestion, however, we are now relocating the conversation to "Exploring Theory and Research." Thanks. --Michael
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