Corina Andone

List of John Benjamins publications for which Corina Andone plays a role.

Journal

Titles

Argumentation in European Politics

Edited by Corina Andone and Bart Garssen

Special issue of Journal of Argumentation in Context 11:1 (2022) v, 155 pp.
Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Argumentation in Journalism: Professional practices and the public sphere

Edited by Corina Andone and Andrea Rocci

Special issue of Journal of Argumentation in Context 5:1 (2016) v, 111 pp.
Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics
Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Philosophy | Pragmatics

Articles

Andone, Corina 2022 Arguing through quotations: The case of European Commission press releasesArgumentation in European Politics, Andone, Corina and Bart Garssen (eds.), pp. 69–87 | Article
This paper analyses and evaluates the use of arguments in which quotations are employed to convince the addressees of the acceptability of a proposed action. Based on the European Commission’s press releases, a communicative practice in which quotations are typically employed, the study… read more
Andone, Corina and Bart Garssen 2022 IntroductionArgumentation in European Politics, Andone, Corina and Bart Garssen (eds.), pp. 1–5 | Introduction
Andone, Corina and Alfonso Hernández 2019 Scientific arguments in policy-makingJournal of Argumentation in Context 8:2, pp. 195–213 | Article
This paper focuses on the use of scientific insights for justifying decisions in policy-making. Because in policy-making the politician argues for a future course of action by pointing at its positive consequences, the burden of proof should concern not only the scientific arguments, but also the… read more
Renardel de Lavalette, Kiki Y., Corina Andone and Gerard J. Steen 2019 Figurative analogies and how they are resisted in British Public Bill Committee debatesMetaphor and the Social World 9:1, pp. 107–130 | Article
This paper studies metaphor use in British Public Bill Committee debates. It focuses on the way in which legislators frame their arguments in metaphorical terms under the form of figurative analogies. Because these figurative analogies can be misleading by oversimplifying the issue under… read more
This paper examines how politicians employ metaphors to express starting points in British parliamentary debates. Because these metaphors are conceptual tools that may have presuppositions and entailments that are not in line with the ideas and values of all discussion parties, political opponents… read more
Andone, Corina 2017 Chapter 14. Delimiting the burden of proof in political interviewsContextualizing Pragma-Dialectics, Eemeren, Frans H. van and Peng Wu (eds.), pp. 255–268 | Chapter
This paper provides an account of the arguments advanced by the European Union (EU) legislator in the preamble of directives adopted for harmonization in the internal market, and assesses them as to their potential at convincing the Member States to implement the directive at issue. We show what… read more
Andone, Corina 2016 Delimiting the burden of proof in political interviewsArgumentation in Journalism: Professional practices and the public sphere, Andone, Corina and Andrea Rocci (eds.), pp. 74–87 | Article
This paper aims to contribute to an understanding of the politicians’ burden of proof in political interviews by explaining how politicians attempt to delimit the burden of proof which they acquire for their standpoints in response to criticism. As politicians always want to give a positive… read more
Andone, Corina and Andrea Rocci 2016 Argumentation in journalism: Professional practices and the public sphereArgumentation in Journalism: Professional practices and the public sphere, Andone, Corina and Andrea Rocci (eds.), pp. 1–8 | Article
Andone, Corina 2015 The burden of proof in dealing with political accountabilityPersuasive Games in Political and Professional Dialogue, Săftoiu, Răzvan, Maria-Ionela Neagu and Stanca Măda (eds.), pp. 19–38 | Article
The aim of this paper is to explain from a pragma-dialectical argumentative perspective the use of the concept of burden of proof in dealing with political accountability. In the first part of the paper, a procedural view of the burden of proof is sketched which is fundamental for understanding its… read more
In this paper the author analyses the way in which politicians manoeuver strategically in a political interview in response to an interviewer’s accusation that their position is inconsistent with a position they advanced before. This analysis is carried out by making use of the pragma-dialectical… read more
Andone, Corina 2012 Chapter 1. The reasonableness of confrontational strategic maneuvering in political interviewsExploring Argumentative Contexts, Eemeren, Frans H. van and Bart Garssen (eds.), pp. 1–22 | Article
The goal of this paper is to evaluate a politician’s responses to an interviewer’s accusation that his current standpoint is inconsistent with an earlier expressed standpoint on the same issue. The author focuses on the case in which the politician responds to such criticism by retracting the… read more
Andone, Corina and Anca Gâţă 2011 Maneuvering strategically with dissociation in a political interviewKeeping in touch with Pragma-Dialectics: In honor of Frans H. van Eemeren, Feteris, Eveline T., Bart Garssen and Francisca Snoeck Henkemans (eds.), pp. 5–20 | Article