Prototypical Argumentative Patterns
Exploring the relationship between argumentative discourse and institutional context
| ILIAS & Leiden University & University of Amsterdam
Prototypical Argumentative Patterns reports about a research project started at the University of Amsterdam in 2012. In this project distinctive argumentative patterns have been identified in argumentative discourse in the political, the legal and the medical domain. These patterns consist of constellations of argumentative moves in which, in order to deal with a particular kind of difference of opinion, in defence of a particular type of standpoint, a particular argument scheme or combination of argument schemes is used in a particular kind of argumentation structure. The composition of these prototypical argumentative patterns can be explained by referring to the institutional characteristics of the communicative activity types in which they occur. By exploring the relationship between argumentative discourse and the institutional context, Frans van Eemeren, Bart Garssen, Corina Andone, Eveline Feteris and Francisca Snoeck Henkemans have provided a new and illuminating perspective on the context-dependency of argumentative discourse.
[Argumentation in Context, 11] 2017. ix, 184 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins
Table of Contents
Preface | pp. vii–viii
Acknowledgment | p. ix
Chapter 1. IntroductionFrans H. van Eemeren | pp. 1–6
Chapter 2. Argumentative patterns viewed from a pragma-dialectical perspectiveFrans H. van Eemeren | pp. 7–30
Chapter 3. The role of pragmatic problem-solving argumentation in plenary debate in the European ParliamentBart Garssen | pp. 31–52
Chapter 4. The role of pragmatic and majority argumentation in reports of European parliamentary committees of inquiryCorina Andone | pp. 53–70
Chapter 5. The role of pragmatic argumentation in the justification of judicial decisisonsEveline T. Feteris | pp. 71–92
Chapter 6. The role of pragmatic argumentation in over-the-counter medicine advertisementsA. Francisca Snoeck Henkemans | pp. 93–108
Chapter 7. Argumentative patterns with argumentation by example in legislative debate in the European ParliamentBart Garssen | pp. 109–124
Chapter 8. Argumentative patterns with symptomatic argumentation in the justification of judicial decisionsEveline T. Feteris | pp. 125–138
Chapter 9. Argumentative patterns with symptomatic argumentation in over-the-counter medicine advertisementsA. Francisca Snoeck Henkemans | pp. 139–156
Chapter 10. The dependency of argumentative patterns on the institutional contextFrans H. van Eemeren | pp. 157–180
“ Prototypical Argumentative Patterns is strongly recommended to all scholars interested in argumentation. [T]his book makes a compelling argument for the valuable integration of the study of prototypical argumentation in argumentation theory. In this sense, it offers new directions to argumentation analysis and provides the instruments to engage in specific domains that, nowadays, are of core interest to the study of argumentative practice.””
Sara Rubinelli, University of Lucerne and Swiss Paraplegic Research, in Journal of Argumentation in Context, 7:3 (2018).
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Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009030 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics