Examining Argumentation in Context

Fifteen studies on strategic maneuvering

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ORCID logoFrans H. van Eemeren | University of Amsterdam
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Examining Argumentation in Context: Fifteen studies on strategic maneuvering contains a selection of papers on strategic maneuvering in argumentative discourse. Starting point of all of these contributions is that a satisfactory analysis and evaluation of strategic maneuvering is possible only if the argumentative discourse is first situated in the communicative and interactional context in which it occurs. While some of the contributions present general views with regard to strategic maneuvering, other contributions report on the results of empirical studies, examine strategic maneuvering in a particular legal or political context, or highlight the presentational design of strategic maneuvering. Examining Argumentation in Context therefore provides an insightful view of recent developments in the research on strategic maneuvering, which is currently prominent in the study of argumentation.
[Argumentation in Context, 1] 2009.  x, 305 pp.
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“The strength of this collection is its focus on strategic maneuvering for use in argumentation analysis. Readers of this collection will learn about the evolution, complexities, extensions, and applications of this theory. [...] The late Peter Houtlosser, to whom this book is dedicated, surely would be pleased to see so many provocative essays that his work with Van Eemeren has inspired form a wide range of disciplinary interests and from many European and North American authors.”
“An excellent collection of studies in applied argumentation, “Examining Argumentation in Context” adds significantly to the ongoing and increasingly relevant stream investigating how argumentative discourse affects and is affected by the institutional fields within which it occurs. By showing how dialectical and rhetorical strategies are jointly activated in different communicative practices in order to successfully perform the arguers' intervention in contexts, this volume constitutes a stimulating introduction to a promising book series.”
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Degano, Chiara & Federico Giulio Sicurella
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Duarte, Antonio
2020. Argumentative Abduction in the Interpretation Process: A Pragma-Dialectical Study of an Ironic Utterance. In From Argument Schemes to Argumentative Relations in the Wild [Argumentation Library, 35],  pp. 205 ff. DOI logo
Fairclough, Isabela & Norman Fairclough
2011. Practical reasoning in political discourse: The UK government’s response to the economic crisis in the 2008 Pre-Budget Report. Discourse & Society 22:3  pp. 243 ff. DOI logo
Gâţă, Anca
Jakaza, Ernest & Marianna W. Visser
Lauwers, Jeroen, Tom Deneire & David Eelbode
2015. The question of literary quality. Scientific Study of Literature 5:1  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Macagno, Fabrizio & Lucia Salvato
2023. Argumentation and the interpretation of religious texts. Journal of Argumentation in Context 12:1  pp. 2 ff. DOI logo
Mădroane, Irina Diana
2019. Chapter 3. Television dispositives and the enactment of advocacy arguments. In Argumentation in Actual Practice [Argumentation in Context, 17],  pp. 33 ff. DOI logo
Oswald, Steve, Thierry Herman & Jérôme Jacquin
2018. Introduction. In Argumentation and Language — Linguistic, Cognitive and Discursive Explorations [Argumentation Library, 32],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Paglieri, Fabio & Cristiano Castelfranchi
2010. Why argue? Towards a cost–benefit analysis of argumentation. Argument & Computation 1:1  pp. 71 ff. DOI logo
Palmieri, Rudi
2017. Frans H. van Eemeren and Bart Garssen (Eds.) (2015). Scrutinizing Argumentation in Practice . Journal of Argumentation in Context 6:2  pp. 247 ff. DOI logo
Pietrucci, Pamela
2023. Neofascist “Thugs,” Pandemic Protests, Populisms: Giorgia Meloni’s Cerchiobottismo and the Rise of Fratelli D’Italia During the Pandemic. Javnost - The Public 30:1  pp. 51 ff. DOI logo
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2019. Automatic Mining of Cause-Effect Discourse Connectives for Russian. In Digital Transformation and Global Society [Communications in Computer and Information Science, 1038],  pp. 708 ff. DOI logo
Raccah, Pierre-Yves
2015. Linguistic Argumentation as a Shortcut for the Empirical Study of Argumentative Strategies. In Reflections on Theoretical Issues in Argumentation Theory [Argumentation Library, 28],  pp. 279 ff. DOI logo
Salvato, Lucia
2023. The appeal to religious authority. Journal of Argumentation in Context 12:1  pp. 77 ff. DOI logo
van Bijnen, Emma & Sara Greco
2018. Divide to unite. Journal of Argumentation in Context 7:3  pp. 285 ff. DOI logo
van Eemeren, Frans H.
2015. Strategic Maneuvering. In The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo

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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Philosophy

Philosophy

Main BIC Subject

CFA: Philosophy of language

Main BISAC Subject

LAN015000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Rhetoric
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