Projektsamtalets intersubjektivitet. Språkbruk och handlingsmöjligheter i byggprojekt

Sammanfattning: Against a background of projects carried out, the aim of this thesis is to investigate whatit is that regulates the project dialogue and how this can be described when applied tofacts and value assessments in the management of construction projects and the endusers’physical and perceived environments. This problem has partly involved testing astructure for describing concrete situations and partly investigating certain theoreticalprerequisites that can be assumed to exist in such a description. The project dialogue isidentified with a point of departure from the rational dialogue and with the concept ofinter-subjectivity the project dialogue is related to a language determined theory ofknowledge.Planning, construction and managerial activities have come to be expressed in a construction-relatedprofessional language jargon as a means of communication and with a perspectivethat has a dominating role in the project dialogue. This is a form of hybrid dialoguewith a jargon for program studies and detail-design with a large exchange of differentprofessional knowledge, experience and interests. The prerequisites for the users areregulated in the briefing activity that the developer, the representatives for the users of thepremises and the staff are capable of constituting and organizing. The regulation of theproject dialogue has been assumed to stem from relationships between fundamental concepts,which are both necessary for the description of concrete situations and that implythe expressions to the regulation of the rational dialogue.It is mutual relationships between fundamental concepts and expressions that make itpossible to carry out descriptions in everyday language that have a general validity. Ifthere were not any possibilities for objective descriptions in everyday language, accordingto knowledge theory it would at the same time be meaningless to claim that science andother professional languages utilize worlds and concepts more precise than as is the casewith everyday language.This challenges the notion that to develop the regulation of projectdialogues to ones own specialized activity language as project dialogues often encompassdifferent activity languages and professional jargon, which is undergoing continualand in certain cases extreme development. Therefore it is suggested here that an understandableregulation of project dialogues should find its expression in everyday languagein fundamental concepts as a general language fellowship.