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Abstract

Abstract

The aim of the paper is to use a Bakhtinian theoretical frame to analyze a dialogue episode, which is considered as a social ensemble of voices. The article starts by putting in place the disciplinary angle taken here, the action domain into which the piece is taken, which is a specific project in adaptation to climate change, a perspective that also needs to be explained. Two adjacent theoretical frames, the deliberative hybrid forum and the notion of a common pool resource, are also briefly presented. We finish by presenting and analyzing a dialogue that occurred on the phone between two persons involved in the project discussed, showing how it expresses a plurality of voices that is somehow unified by a shared practical perspective.

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