Dialectical collaboration is marked by “struggle and opposition, where tension can be creative, productive, clarifying, as well as difficult” (Clark & Diggs, 10).
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- Clark, Kathleen D., and Rhunette C. Diggs. "Connected or Separated?: Toward a Dialectical View of Interethnic Relationships.” In Building Diverse Communities: Applications of Communication Research. McDonald, Trevy A., Mark P. Orbe, and Trevellya Ford-Ahmed, eds. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2002. 3-25.
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- The Wicked Problem of Collaboration, by Judd Ruggill and Ken McAllister, paragraph 15.
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