Cross-Acceptance: An Interpretive Summary
Most of the previous pages have been devoted to discussing the evolutive articulation taken by interaction processes in the course of the cross acceptance experience. The analysis has focused in particular on the relationship between the emergence of a confrontation between conflicting frames and the correlation between their nature in relation to the text of the plan (i.e. their rhetorical and argumentative nature) and in relation to the procedures regulating interaction (i.e. their strategic nature). In this way, the form taken by this relationship has been indicated as a coevolution between action situations, images and representations of problems and actions, and identities of actors.