List of John Benjamins publications for which Anca Gâţă plays a role.
Review of Cronier & Deruelle (2019): Argumenter en guerre. Discours de guerre, sur la guerre et dans la guerre de l’Antiquité à nos jours. Journal of Argumentation in Context 11:3, pp. 417–4212022.
Developed within four French institutions, the research program “Argumenter en guerre” [Arguing at war time] investigated from 2012–2016 the “argumentative dynamics” of “war cultures”. One of its results is the collective volume, with the same umbrella title, consisting of an introductory essay and… read more | Review
2021. Characteristics of a detached argumentative style in public policy analysis: Text types as presentational choices. Argumentative Style, Eemeren, Frans H. van (ed.), pp. 46–72
This study is a contribution to the recently introduced notion of argumentative style (van Eemeren 2019) in the framework of the pragma-dialectical approach. It aims at characterizing a detached argumentative style, by focusing on a speech event pertaining to the communicative activity type… read more | Article
Chapter 17. Strategic maneuvering with presentational choices in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports. Contextualizing Pragma-Dialectics, Eemeren, Frans H. van and Peng Wu (eds.), pp. 309–3342017.
Strategic maneuvering with presentational choices in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports. Journal of Argumentation in Context 6:2, pp. 137–1662017.
In the framework of the extended pragma-dialectical theory of argumentation, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reporting is approached in this study as a particular communicative activity type, which can be reconstructed as part of a critical discussion. CSR reports excerpts are viewed in the… read more | Article
Ahmed Omar (2016). Strategic Maneuvering in Supporting the Feasibility of Political Change. A Pragma-Dialectical Analysis of Egyptian Anti-regime Columns. Journal of Argumentation in Context 6:2, pp. 254–2592017.
The strategic function of argumentative moves in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports. Scrutinizing Argumentation in Practice, Eemeren, Frans H. van and Bart Garssen (eds.), pp. 297–3122015.
A CSR report may be viewed as part of a virtual critical discussion in which the company acts as a protagonist claiming that their behaviour is responsible towards society. Social actors may be represented as virtual antagonists in the critical discussion who (virtually) doubt or critique this… read more | Article
Maneuvering strategically with dissociation in a political interview. Keeping in touch with Pragma-Dialectics: In honor of Frans H. van Eemeren, Feteris, Eveline T., Bart Garssen and Francisca Snoeck Henkemans (eds.), pp. 5–202011.