Dialogicality and social representations.
(review)

Zbyněk Vybíral

The book Dialogicality and Social Representations: The Dynamics of Mind, written by the Czech psychologist Ivana Markova (Praha: Academia, 2007; /in English Cambridge: CUP, 2003/), is by far one of the most original writings in Czech psychology.

(…) I dare to forecast that in the next couple of years it will become a valuable source of quotations for those concerned with mental and social representations, psycholinguistics and philosophy of language as well as for those engaged in discursive psychology, communication or psychosemantics.

(Fulltext in Czech)