Approaches to the individual: The relationship between internal and external conversation

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This study sees 'mediation' as a way of understanding the relationship between internal and external conversation, which underpins how individuals are connected to society. The relationship between these aspects of conversation is crucial in allowing selves to achieve subjectively-defined 'balance' between inner and outer worlds.

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Chalari, A. (2009). Approaches to the individual: The relationship between internal and external conversation. Approaches to the Individual: The Relationship between Internal and External Conversation (pp. 1–244). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230244344

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