Constructionist theory and practice locates the source of meaning, value and action in the relational connection among people. It is through relational processes that we create the world in which we most want to live and work.
Social constructionist dialogue
- of cutting edge significance
within the social sciences and humanities -
concerns the processes by which
humans generate meaning together.
Our focus is on how social groups and the relational practices
within those groups create and
sustain beliefs in the real, the rational, and the good.
We recognize that as people create meaning together,
so do they sow the seeds of action.
Meaning and action are entwined.
As we generate meaning together we create the future.