pertaining to a dialogue; used by the Russian philosopher Mikhail Bakhtin in his work of literary theory, The Dialogic Imagination
the possibility of sincerity depends upon its becoming dialogic in chracter, always requiring a response from the other to bring it into play
popular culture shapes the dialogic relationship between structure and agency
The term "dialogic" here, and elsewhere in this study, is intentionally ambiguous. It refers both to Bakhtinian dialogism--that is, pertaining to double-voicedness, either narrative or linguistic--and to the state of being in dialogue.