Reflective Dialogue As A Communication Strategy


  • Namazova Umida Saydullayevna Teacher, Termez State University


dialogic strategy, reflexive non-involvement, development of personality orientation, socioreflexics


Reflexive dialogue, as one of the types of communicative strategies used in the correctional practice of a teacher-psychologist, implies the principle of “non-necessity", designated by M. Bakhtin, suggesting the possibility of helping a person (teenager) who finds himself in a difficult life situation. Based on this principle, a technology has been developed in the concept of reflexive dialogue, which includes the stage of “concretization" — penetration into the inner world of the subject, his motives, intentions, values, and the next necessary stage of “generalization", at which there is a reflexive conceptualization of the subject's problem and the implementation of the therapeutic plan. The article provides an example of the use of reflexive-dialogic technology of socioreflexics in a situation of problematic interaction between a teacher-psychologist and a teenager with addictive behavior, shows the procedure of event- based rethinking of “non-working" stereotypes of relationships, correction of self-esteem and orientation of a teenager's personality in interaction with a teacher-psychologist.




How to Cite

Namazova Umida Saydullayevna. (2023). Reflective Dialogue As A Communication Strategy. Web of Semantic: Universal Journal on Innovative Education, 2(11), 27–32. Retrieved from