Dialogue and Rhetoric

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The volume deals with the relationship between dialogue and rhetoric. The actual state of the art in dialogue analysis is characterized by a tendency to overcome the distinction between competence and performance and to combine components from both sides of the dichotomy, in a way which includes rules as well as inferences. The same is true of rhetoric: the guidelines proposed here no longer state that rationality and persuasion are mutually exclusive but suggest that they interact in what might be called the ‘mixed game’. The concept of a dialogic rhetoric thus poses the question of how to integrate the different voices. Part I of the volume assembles several ‘rhetorical paradigms’ which are applied to real-life performance. Part II on ‘rhetoric in the mixed game’ contains a selection of papers which illustrate the interaction of various components. The Round Table discussion in Part III brings proponents of different paradigms face to face with each other and shows how they justify their own positions and present arguments against rival paradigms.
[Dialogue Studies, 2]  2008.  xiv, 316 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Rhetoric or how to integrate the different voices
Edda Weigand
ix–xiv
Part I. Rhetorical Paradigms
1
Rhetoric in the Mixed Game
Edda Weigand
3–21
The selection of agency as a rhetorical device: Opening up the scene of dialogue through ventriloquism
François Cooren
23–37
Dialogic rhetoric, coauthorship, and moments of meeting
Kenneth N. Cissna and Rob Anderson
39–53
The rhetoric of 'dialogue' in metadiscourse: Possibility/impossibility arguments and critical events
Robert T. Craig
55–67
Rhetoric and ethic of dialog: Can conditions of performance serve as excluding criteria?
Alain Létourneau
69–81
Common ground and (re)defanging the antagonistic: A paradigm for argumentation as shared inquiry and responsibility
Barbara A. Emmel
83–93
What is the role of arguments? Fundamental human rights in the age of spin
Wolfgang Teubert
95–118
Logical and rhetorical rules of debate
Adelino Cattani
119–131
Rhetoric in a dialectical framework: Fallacies as derailments of strategic manoeuvring
Frans H. van Eemeren and Peter Houtlosser
133–151
Part II. Rhetoric in the Mixed Game: Communicative means, cultural values, and institutional games
153
Strategic use of Korean honorifics: Functions of 'partner-deference sangdae-nopim'
Yongkil Cho
155–169
Irony as a rhetorical device in dialogic interaction
Sebastian Feller
171–183
Political rhetoric in visual images
Georges Roque
185–193
Sociological concepts and their impact on rhetoric: Japanese language concepts
Marion Grein
195–207
The rhetorical component of dialogic communication in Banks' annual reports
Marta Mignini
209–219
Attention-influencing as a rhetorical strategy in German and Turkish Parliamentary debates
Didem Ozan
221–233
Diatexts of media dilemmas: The rhetorical construction of euthanasia
Giuseppe Mininni, Amelia Manuti and Rossella Rubino
235–250
Recontextualization of concepts in European legal discourse
Anne Lise Kjær
251–266
A court judgment as dialogue
Le Cheng and King Kui Sin
267–281
Part III. Round table discussion: Concepts of rhetoric, dialogue and argumentation
283
Round table discussion
285–307
General Index
309–313
List of Contributors
315–316
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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Philosophy

Philosophy
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2008035989