In Exploring Argumentative Contexts Frans H. van Eemeren and Bart Garssen bring together a broad variety of essays examining argumentation as it occurs in seven communicative domains: the political context, the historical context, the legal context, the academic context, the medical context, the media context, and the financial context. These essays are written by an international group of argumentation scholars, consisting of Corina Andone, Sarah Bigi, Robert T. Craig, Justin Eckstein, Frans H. van Eemeren, Norman Fairclough, Eveline Feteris, Gerd Fritz, Bart Garssen, Kara Gilbert, Thomas Gloning, G. Thomas Goodnight, Dale A. Herbeck, Darrin Hicks, Thomas Hollihan, Jos Hornikx, Isabela IeApcu-Fairclough, GAibor KutrovAitz, Maurizio Manzin, Davide Mazzi, Dima Mohammed, Rudi Palmieri, Angela G. Ray, Patricia Riley, Robert C. Rowland, Peter Schulz, Karen Tracy, and Gergana Zlatkova.For example, open peer review has been practised in Physics and other sciences for about 15 years now, whereas Arts subjects still tend to stick to traditional reviewing of papers. Differing traditions of the use of certain media in differentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Exploring Argumentative Contexts|
|Author||:||Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing - 2012-03-28|