ISSA Proceedings 2014 ~ Table Of Contents

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Preface
Mark Aakhus & Marcin Lewinski – Toward Polylogical Analysis Of Argumentation: Disagreement Space In The Public Controversy About Fracking
Scott Aikin & John Casey – Don’t Feed The Trolls: Straw Men And Iron Men
Derek Allen – The Very Idea Of Ethical Arguments
Rodica Amel – The Synthetic Function Of Doxastic Dialectics
José Ángelgascón – What Could Virtue Contribute To Argumentation?
R. Jarrod Atchison & John Llewellyn – Don’t Drink That Water!: The Role Of Counter-Intuitive Science In Conspiracy Arguments
Sharon Bailin & Mark Battersby – Conductive Argumentation, Degrees Of Confidence, And The Communication Of Uncertainty
Michael J. Baker – The Integration Of Pragma-Dialectics And Collaborative Learning Research: Argumentation Dialogue, Externalisation And Collective Thinking
V. William Balthrop & Carole Blair – Controversy, Racial Equality, And American World War I Cemeteries In Europe
Natalia Barebina – Interpersonal Argumentation Through The Context Of Distributed Cognition: The Case Of Christian Sermon
Michael D. Baumtrog – Delineating The Reasonable And Rational For Humans
Sarah Bigi – Can Argumentation Skills Become A Therapeutic Resource? Results From An Observational Study In Diabetes Care
J. Anthony Blair – What Is Informal Logic?
Marina Bletsas –The Voices Of Justice – Argumentative Polyphony And Strategic Manoeuvring In Judgement Motivations: An Example From The Italian Constitutional Court
Emma Frances Bloomfield & Kari Storla – Evolutionary Arguments In The Birth Control Debate: Casuistic Shifting In Conservative Rhetoric
Dmitri Bokmelder – Cognitive Biases And Logical Fallacies
David Botting – Reasons Why Arguments And Explanations Are Different
Antonio Bova – A Study Of Undergraduate And Graduate Students’ Argumentation In Learning Contexts Of Higher Education
Emanuele Brambilla – On The Benefits Of Applying Argumentation Theory To Research On The Simultaneous Interpretation Of Political Speeches
Ann E. Burnette & Wayne L. Kraemer – Meeting The Demands Of A Changing Electorate: The political Rhetoric Of Julian Castro And Marco Rubio
Begoña Carrascal & Miguel Mori – Justification And Effectiveness: Critical Thinking And Strategic Maneuvering
Annalisa Cattani – A Reason That Desires, A Desires That Reasons Participatory Art And Guerrilla Advertising
Martha S. Cheng – The Sliding Scales Of Repentance: Understanding Variation In Political Apologies For Infidelity

Ioana A. Cionea & Dale Hample – Dialogue Types And Argumentative Behaviors
Daniel H. Cohen – Missed Opportunities In Argument Evaluation
Alexandra Corral Edmonds – Isocrates’ Moral Argumentation
Rubens Damasceno Morais – A Case Study Of Argumentative Assimilation
Kamila Debowska-Kozlowska – Partially-Successful Persuasion In Task-Dialogues
Aaron Dicker & Geoffrey D. Klinger – A Poem Without Words: Visual Argumentation And The Photography Collections Of The Black Panther Party
Marianne Doury & Pascale Mansier – The Psychiatrization Of The Opponent In Polemical Context
Michel Dufour – Dialectic And Eristic
Claudio Duran – The September 11, 1973 Military Coup In Chile And The Military Regime 1973-1990: A Case Of Social And Political Deep Disagreement.
Justin Eckstein & Sarah T. Partlow Lefevre – Politicizing Tragedy: Third Order Strategic Maneuvering In The Response To Mass Shootings
Frans H. van Eemeren – Bingo! Promising Developments In Argumentation Theory
Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen & Bert Meuffels – The Disguised Ad Baculum Fallacy Empirically Investigated – Strategic Maneuvering With Threats
Lindsay M. Elllis – The Ubiquity Of The Toulmin Model In U.S. Education: Promise And Peril
Gu Erhuo – How Mental Develops In Kenre Dueling
Jeanne Fahnestock – Arguing in the Grooves: Genre and Language Constraints in Scientific Controversies
Isabela Fairclough – A Dialectical Profile For The Evaluation Of Practical Arguments
Isabela Fairclough & Irina Diana Mădroane -An Argumentative Approach To Policy ‘Framing’. Competing ‘Frames’ And Policy Conflict In The Roşia Montană Case
Norman Fairclough – Dialectical Reasoning In Critical Social Analysis And Critical Discourse Analysis
Victor Ferry – How To Blame In A Democracy?
Eveline T. Feteris – The Role Of Pragmatic Argumentation Referring To Consequences, Goals And Values In The Justification Of Judicial Decisions
Maurice A. Finocchiaro – Ubiquity, Ambiguity, And Metarationality: Searching For The Fallacy Of Composition
James B. Freeman – Identifying The Warrant Of An Argument
Rodolfo Gaeta & Nelida Gentile – On The Persuasive Power Of The Best Explanation Argument
Anca Găţă – The Strategic Function Of Argumentative Moves In Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Reports
Michaela A. Gilbert – Rules Is Rules: Ethos And Situational Normativity
G.C. Goddu – Towards A Foundation For Argumentation Theory
Vadim Golubev – Western And Russian Media Coverage Of The Ukrainian Crisis: An Emotional Commitment Or Bias?
Jean Goodwin – Climate Scientist Stephen Schneider Versus The Sceptics: A Case Study Of Argumentation In Deep Disagreement
Kira Goudkova & Tatyana Tretyakova – The Matrix For The 21st Century Russian Education
Sara Greco – Argumentation From Analogy In Migrants’ Decisions
Ronald Walter Greene & Jay Alexander Frank – Missiles As Messages: Appeals To Force In President Obama’s Strategic Maneuverability On The Use Of Chemical Weapons In Syria
Allison Hailey Hahn – Disruptive Definition As A Method Of Deterritorialization In Modern Argumentative Contexts
Michael David Hazen – Testing The Relationship Between Argument And Culture
Thierry Herman – A Plea For A Linguistic Distinction Between Explanation And Argument
Edward A. Hinck, Shelly S. Hinck, William O. Dailey, Robert S. Hinck & Salma I. – Cultural Differences In Political Debate: Comparing Face Threats In U.S., Great Britain, And Egyptian Campaign Debates
David Hitchcock – The Linked-Convergent Distinction
Michael H.G. Hoffmann – Changing The Practice Of Knowledge Creation Through Collaborative Argument Mapping On The Internet
Robert Hümmer – A General Rule For Analogy
Constanza Ihnen – Negotiation Versus Deliberation
David Isaksen – Internal Logic: Persuasive Form And Hierarchy In Kenneth Burke
Sally Jackson – Deference, Distrust, And Delegation: Three Design Hypotheses
Justine Jacot, Emmanuel Genot & Frank Zenker – Logical Validity, Bounded Rationality, And Pragma-Dialectics: Outline Of A Game-Theoretic Naturalization Of Classically-Valid Argumentation
Jeroen Jansen – Creating Disagreement By Self-Abasement. Apologizing As A Means Of Confrontational Strategic Maneuvering
Henrike Jansen – “I Did Not Do It, Because I Would Not Do It”: Defending Oneself Against An Accusation
Jeffrey W. Jarman – The Failure Of Fact-Checking
Henrik Juel – The Persuasive Powers Of Text, Voice, And Film – A Lecture Hall Experiment With A Famous Speech
Justin Kirk – Mitt Romney And Ideological Enthymeme In Denver: “Obamacare” And Its Functions
Hideki Kakita – Fine Arts As Visual Argument: Optical Argument In Discourse, Technology And Paintings
Takayuki Kato, Takeshi Suzuki & Suzuki Masako – A Strategic Maneuvering Analysis Of The Japan’s First Internet Election In 2013
Mariam Keburia – Analyzing Political Discourse In Georgia: A Critical Discourse-Analytical Perspective On Political Imageries And Means-Goal Arguments
Zornitsa Keremidchieva & Vera Sidlova – Political Argument And The Affective Relations Of Democracy: Recovering Vaclav Havel’s Theory Of Associated Living
Gabrijela Kisicek – The Role Of Prosodic Features In The Analysis Of Multimodal Argumentation
Jens Kjeldsen – Where Is Visual Argument?
Susan L. Kline – The Effect Of Interpersonal Familiarity On Argumentation In Online Discussions
Harm Kloosterhuis – Institutional Constraints Of Topical Strategic Maneuvering In Legal Argumentation. The Case Of ‘Insulting’
Takuzo Konishi – Classifying Argumentation/Reasoning Schemes Proper Within The New Rhetoric Project
Marcin Koszowy & Michal Araszkiewicz – The Study Of Reasoning In The Lvov-Warsaw School As A Predecessor Of And Inspiration For Argumentation Theory
Erik C.W. Krabbe & Jan Albert van Laar – That’s No Argument! The Ultimate Criticism?
Manfred Kraus – Arguments By Analogy (And What We Can Learn About Them From Aristotle)
Tone Kvernbekk – Evidence-Based Practice: Evidence Set In An Argument
Niilo Lahti – Shameful Corinthians – A Pragma-Dialectical Analysis Of 1 Corinthians 6:12–20
Alain Létourneau & Marielle Pauzé – Argumentative Moves In An Inquisitive Context About Psychological Harassment In The Workplace: A Case Study In Québec
Marcin Lewinski – Practical Reasoning And Multi-party Deliberation: The Best, The Good Enough And The Necessary
Piotr H. Lewinski – “Death Penalty For The Down’s Syndrome” – Polish Cultural Symbols In Discussion About IVF And Abortion
Celso López & Ana María Vicuña – Pragma-Dialectical Rules And The Teaching Of Argumentation In Philosophy For Children
Margherita Luciani – The Evaluative And Unifying Function Of Emotions Emerging In Argumentation: Interactional And Inferential Analysis In Highly Specialized Medical Consultations Concerning The Disclosure Of A Bad News
Christoph Lumer – Ethical Arguments For Moral Principles
Christoph Lumer & Serkan Ince – Islamic Theological Arguments – An Epistemological Systematisation
Fabrizio Macagno – A Means-End Classification Of Argumentation Schemes
Roseann M. Mandziuk – Gender And Generative Argument: Locating The National Women’s History Museum In The Landscape Of Public Memory
Maurizio Manzin & Serena Tomasi – Ethos And Pathos In Legal Argumentation. The Case Of Proceedings Relating To Children
Danny Marrero Avendaño – An Epistemic Theory Of Argumentation For Intercultural Argumentative Dialogues
Ivanka Mavrodieva – Argumentation In Bulgarian Political Virtual Forums And Social Networks
Ingrid Mayeur & Loïc Nicolas – Epideictic As A Condition Of Disagreement
Johanna Miecznikowski & Elena Musi – Verbs Of Appearance And Argument Schemes: Italian Sembrare As An Argumentative Indicator
Maureen C. Minielli – The Role Of “Ethos” In Presidential Argument By Definition
Gordon R. Mitchell & John Lyne – Argument Operators And Hinge Terms In Climate Science
Silvia Modena – Euro: Past Arguments For The Contemporary Debate On European Currency
Esperanza Morales-López – Discourse, Argumentation And Constructivist Approaches: Analysing Discourses Of Social Change
Junya Morooka & Tomohiro Kanke – Historical Inquiry Into Debate Education In Early 20th Century Japan: The Case Of Intercollegiate Debates In Yūben
Mika Nakano – The Method Of Peer Evaluation For Argument: The Learning Process Of Japanese College Students
Douglas Niño & Danny Marrero – The Agentive Approach To Argumentation: A Proposal
Cristian J. Noemi – Reasoning And Argumentative Complexity
Hiroko Okuda – The Legacy Of The U.S. Atomic Superiority, Supremacy And Monopoly: Dispelling Its Illusion In Barack Obama’s Berlin Speech
Paula Olmos – Story Credibility In Narrative Arguments
Fabio Paglieri – On What Matters For Virtue Argumentation Theory
Edward Panetta – Access Denied: Crafting Argumentative Responses To Educational Restrictions On Undocumented Students In The United States
Sachinidou Paraskevi – Argumentative Strategies In Adolescents’ School Writing. One Aspect Of The Evaluation Of Students’ Written Argumentative Competence
Marijan Pavčnik – The Symbolic Meaning Of Radbruch’s Formula; Statutory (Non-)Law And The Argument Of Non-Law
Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont, Francesco Arcidiacono, Stephanie Breux, Sara Greco & Celine Miserez-Caperos – Knowledge-Oriented Argumentation In Children
Roosmaryn Pilgram – Ethos And Authority Argumentation: Four Kinds Of Authority In Medical Consultation
Christian Plantin – A Dictionary Of Argumentation / Un Dictionnaire De L’Argumentation
H. José Plug – Transparency In Legal Argumentation: Adapting To A Composite Audience In Administrative Judicial Decisions
Gilbert Plumer – A Defense Of Taking Some Novels As Arguments
Chiara Pollaroli – The Argumentative Relevance Of Rhetorical Strategies In Movie Trailers
Eugen Octav Popa – Suppositions In Argumentative Discussions: A Pragma-Dialectical Solution For Two Puzzles Concerning Thought Experimentation
John L. Price – Obama And The 2011 Debt Ceiling Crisis: The American Citizen And The Deliberative Power Of the Bully Pulpit
Pierre-Yves Raccah – Linguistic Argumentation As A Shortcut For The Empirical Study Of Argumentative Strategies
Chrysi Rapanta & Merce Garcia-Mila – Current Trends In Educational Research On Argumentation. What Comes After Toulmin?
Henrique Jales Ribeiro – Karl Popper’s Influence On Contemporary Argumentation Theory
Georges Roque – Persuasion,Visual Rhetoric And Visual Argumentation
Robert C. Rowland – The Sequester And Debt Ceiling Talks Of 2013: A Case-Study Of The Liberal Public Sphere
Francisco Javier Ruiz Ortega, Oscar Eugenio Tamayo Alzate & Conxita Márquez Bargalló – Changes In The Use Of The Question When Teaching To Argue In Sciences
Marta Rzepecka – Argumentation In Ronald Reagan’s Presidential Campaign Commercials
Camilla Salas – When Argumentative Discourse Evolves In A Legal Context: A Discursive Approach Of Formal Testimony In A Swiss Criminal Court
Lineide Salvador Mosca – Conflict And Tension: The Discursive Dissonance At The UN
Benoît Sans – Should We Teach Epideictic?
Flemming Schnieder Rhode – Euphoria And Panic Bubbles In Presidential Debate Evaluations
Jan Henning Schulze – Think Twice: Fallacies And Dual-Process Accounts Of Reasoning
Menashe Schwed – Argumentation As A Rational Choice
Marcin Selinger – A Formal Model Of Conductive Reasoning
Harvey Siegel – Argumentative Norms: How Contextualist Can They Be? A Cautionary Tale
A.F. Snoeck Henkemans & J.H.M. Wagemans – Reasonableness In Context: Taking Into Account Institutional Conventions In The Pragma-Dialectical Evaluation Of Argumentative Discourse
Viktor Tchouechov – Theory Of Argumentation: The Argumentological Twist Is Necessary
Danièle Torck – About An Emotion, Indignation, And Its Argumentation. The Case Of The Argumentum Ad Selectivum
Assimakis Tseronis, Charles Forceville & Melle Grannetia – The Argumentative Role Of Visual Metaphor And Visual Antithesis In ‘Fly-On-The-Wall’ Documentary
Ekaterina Vargina – Argumentation In Hierarchical And Non-Hierarchical Communication
Zsófia Várkonyi – Self-Argumentative Words: The Case Of Nature And Natural
Lev Vasilyev – A Cognitive Style Parameter Of Argumentation
Anton Vesper – A Mediator As A Pragma-Dialectical Critical Designer Of Acceptance
Laura Vincze – How To Put It Vaguely
Jacky Visser – A Formal Perspective On The Pragma-Dialectical Discussion Model
Douglas Walton & Marcin Koszowy – Two Kinds Of Arguments From Authority In The Ad Verecundiam Fallacy
Chen Wei – The Possibility Of Visual Argumentation: A Point Of View
Mark Weinstein – Cognitive Science And The Model Of Emerging Truth
David Cratis Williams, Marilyn J. Young & Michael K. Launer – “‘Rule Of Law,’ ‘Freedom,’ And ‘Democracy’: Domestic And International Building Blocks Of Contemporary Russian Political Ideology”
Harald R. Wohlrapp – Some Considerations Concerning Pragmatism And Dialectics In Argumentation Theory
Xiaojing Wu – Consideration On The Notion Of Reasoning
Yun Xie, Dale Hample & Xiaoli Wang – Chinese Understanding Of Interpersonal Arguing: A Cross-Cultural Analysis
Olena Yaskorska – Recognising Argumentation In Dialogical Context
Marta Zampa – Arguing With Oneself In writing For The News
David Zarefsky – Argumentation In Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
Frank Zenker – Denying The Antecedent Probabilized: A Dialectical View
Janja Žmavc – Interplay Of Implicitness And Authority: Some Remarks On Roman Rhetorical Ethos

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