Argumentation in Context
This book series highlights the variety of argumentative practices that have become established in modern society by focusing on the study of context-dependent characteristics of argumentative discourse that vary according to the demands of the more or less institutionalized communicative activity type in which the discourse takes place. Examples of such activity types are parliamentary debates and political interviews, medical consultations and health brochures, legal annotations and judicial sentences, editorials and advertorials in newspapers, and scholarly reviews and essays.
Frans H. van Eemeren, University of Amsterdam
Bart Garssen, University of Amsterdam
Mark Aakhus, Rutgers University
Marianne Doury, CNRS Paris
Eveline T. Feteris, University of Amsterdam
G. Thomas Goodnight, University of Southern California
Cornelia Ilie, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi
Sally Jackson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Manfred Kienpointner, University of Innsbrueck
Eddo Rigotti, University of Lugano
Sara Rubinelli, ILIAS, Swiss Paraplegic Research & University of Lucerne
Takeshi Suzuki, Meiji University
Giovanni Tuzet, Bocconi University
David Zarefsky, Northwestern University
Gábor Zemplén, Budapest University of Technology and Economic
Benjamins Subject classification
Edited by Hilde Van Belle, Kris Rutten, Paul Gillaerts, Dorien Van De Mieroop and Baldwin Van Gorp
2014. viii, 204 pp. + index
Argumentation in Political Interviews: Analyzing and evaluating responses to accusations of inconsistency
2013. viii, 147 pp.
Edited by Frans H. van Eemeren and Bart Garssen
2012. xx, 398 pp.
Sara Greco Morasso
2011. xii, 291 pp.
Strategic Maneuvering in Argumentative Discourse: Extending the pragma-dialectical theory of argumentation
Frans H. van Eemeren
2010. xii, 308 pp.
Edited by Frans H. van Eemeren
2009. x, 305 pp.