Volume 7 · Number 1 · Pages 14–17
Investigating Process as Language and Social Interaction

Richard Buttny & John Lannamann

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the target article “From Objects to Processes: A Proposal to Rewrite Radical Constructivism” by Siegfried J. Schmidt. Upshot: We largely agree with Siegfried J. Schmidt’s focus on process and his call to look at how the “heavy words” of philosophy – “reality,” “knowledge,” “truth,” and like – are used in our everyday life-world. As communication researchers, we examine two transcripts of conversation to sketch empirically how “the real” is reported in giving directions or used in an account to undermine another’s blame narrative. By this discursive turn we attempt to let the ontological wind of out such terms as “real” and look at its indexical situated uses and how it works in constituting our life-world.

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Buttny R. & Lannamann J. (2011) Investigating process as language and social interaction. Constructivist Foundations 7(1): 14–17. http://constructivist.info/7/1/014

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