Scrutinizing Argumentation in Practice

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Scrutinizing Argumentation in Practice contains a selection of papers reflecting upon the use of argumentation in real life contexts. The first five sections are devoted to argumentation in a specific institutional context: scientific controversies, argumentation in politics, argumentation in a legal context, argumentation in education, argumentation in an interpersonal context. The last section deals with strategic maneuvering as a vital concept in studying argumentation in practice.

The contributors are: Francesco Arcidiacono, Michael J. Baker, Sarah Bigi, Marina Bletsas, Stephanie Breux, William O. Dailey, Marianne Doury, Claudio Duran, Frans H. van Eemeren, Lindsay M. Ellis, Jeanne Fahnestock, Eveline T. Feteris, Bart Garssen, Anca Gâţă, Salma I. Ghanem, Sara Greco, Edward A. Hinck, Robert S. Hinck, Shelly S. Hinck, Henrike Jansen, Takayuki Kato, Susan L. Kline, Pascale Mansier, Bert Meuffels, Celine Miserez-Caperos, D’Arcy Oaks, Sachinidou Paraskevi, Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont, H. José Plug, Takeshi Suzuki, and David Zarefsky.
[Argumentation in Context, 9]  2015.  ix, 343 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
vii–x
A general perspective applied to scientific controversies
Arguing in the grooves: Genre and language constraints in scientific controversies
Jeanne Fahnestock
3–28
Argumentation in a political context
Cultural differences in political debate: Comparing face threats in U.S., Great Britain, and Egyptian Campaign Debates
Edward A. Hinck, Shelly S. Hinck, William O. Dailey, Robert S. Hinck and Salma I. Ghanem
31–48
The September 11, 1973 military coup in Chile and the military regime 1973–1990: A case of social and political deep disagreement
Claudio Duran
49–64
Argumentation in Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
David Zarefsky
65–76
Argumentation in a legal context
The voices of justice. Argumentative polyphony and strategic manoeuvring in judgement motivations: An example from the Italian Constitutional Court
Marina Bletsas
79–98
A pragma-dialectical approach of legal argumentation: The role of pragmatic argumentation in the justification of judicial decisions
Eveline T. Feteris
99–120
Transparency in legal argumentation: Adapting to a composite audience in administrative judicial decisions
H. José Plug
121–132
Argumentation in education
Knowledge-oriented argumentation in children
Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont, Francesco Arcidiacono, Stephanie Breux, Sara Greco and Céline Miserez-Caperos
135–150
Argumentative strategies in adolescents’ school writing: One aspect of the evaluation of students’ written argumentative competence
Paraskevi Sachinidou
151–174
The integration of pragma-dialectics and collaborative learning research: Dialogue, externalisation and collective thinking
Michael J. Baker
175–200
A critique of the ubiquity of the Toulmin model in argumentative writing instruction in the U.S.A.
Lindsay M. Ellis
201–214
Argumentation in an interpersonal context
The psychiatrization of the opponent in polemical context
Marianne Doury and Pascale Mansier
217–232
The effect of interpersonal familiarity on argument in online discussions
Susan L. Kline and D’Arcy John Oaks
233–250
“I did not do it, because I would not do it”: Defending oneself against an accusation
Henrike Jansen
251–264
Argumentation from analogy in migrants’ decisions
Sara Greco
265–280
Can argumentation skills become a therapeutic resource?: Results from an observational study in diabetes care
Sarah Bigi
281–294
Strategic maneuvering
The strategic function of argumentative moves in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports
Anca Gâţă
297–312
The disguised ad baculum fallacy empirically investigated: Strategic maneuvering with threats
Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen and Bert Meuffels
313–326
A strategic maneuvering analysis of Japan’s first internet election in 2013
Takayuki Kato and Takeshi Suzuki
327–342
Index
343–344
“This volume in the Argumentation in Context series has much to recommend it. The international scope of the researchers provides a truly diverse set of contexts for locating actual argumentative practices. The chapters cover examiniations of argumentation ractices in the U.S., Canada, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Greece, France, Italy, and Japan. This broad array of cultural context demonstrates the utility of modern theories of argumentation as sensitive and adaptable to a variety of local, regional, and epochal practices.”
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Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Philosophy

Philosophy
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN015000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Rhetoric
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