argumentation; practical reasoning; knowledge-oriented argumentation; context; interaction field; communicative activity type; reasonableness; inference
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Rocci Andrea, Mazzali-Lurati Sabrina, Pollaroli Chiara (2013), Is this the Italy we like? Multimodal argumentation in a Fiat Panda TV commercial., in M.M. del Saz Rubio , B. Pennock-Speck (ed.), Publicacions de la Universitat de València (PUV), Valencia, 157-187.
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Mehmeti Teuta (2013), Réussite scolaire de jeunes femmes kosovares: quels processus psycho-sociaux., in Dossiers de psychologie et éducation
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Mazzali-Lurati Sabrina, Pollaroli Chiara (2013), Stakeholders in promotional genres. A rhetorical perspective on marketing communication., in G. Kišiček , I.Ž. Žagar (ed.), Digital Library of Slovenia & Windsor Studies in Argumentation, Ljubljana, 365-389.
Juthe Andrè, A Comprehensive review of different classifications of Arguments by Analogy., in Argumentation
Visser Jacky, A formal account of complex argumentation in a critical discussion., in Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentati
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This proposal introduces a second phase of the doctoral program “Argumentation Practices in Context” (Argupolis). Argupolis aims at providing PhD students with conceptual and methodological tools for developing rigorous and innovative investigations of the specific manners in which argumentation is used in human interaction within different contextual spheres. Significantly, it assists on the one hand, to opening argumentation theorists to the acknowledgment of the relevance of context; on the other hand, it helps researchers studying specific contexts to discover the importance of argumentation - not only in fields where its relevance is traditionally taken for granted, like law and political discourse, but also in fields like economical and financial communication, health-care communication, and media discourse. In addition, Argupolis builds on the idea that argumentation is a constitutive dimension for knowledge construction for both the growing child’s and the adolescent's development of socio-cognitive competences, which makes it an important object of concern in education.Argupolis II builds on recent developments in argumentation studies and on insights that have emerged from Argupolis I. Thus, the study of argumentation has gradually moved towards the investigation of “real” argumentation, stemming from real-life argumentative practices. This new task calls for the development of more refined and context-oriented analytic tools. The proposed educational program provides students with the means to tackle contextualized argumentation by carrying out a comprehensive analysis. For this purpose, it presents them with the instruments to capture in the empirical argumentative material the relevant aspects of contextualized argumentation. Like the current Argupolis program, the proposed program extends the knowledge the students have of the social contexts they are studying and deepens their understanding of the role argumentation plays in these contexts. In addition, it offers more precise and context-adapted methodologies for analyzing and evaluating argumentation in its dialectical and rhetorical aspects and for gaining a better understanding of how argumentation can be instrumental in achieving (and possibly modifying) the institutional and personal goals of communication in the contexts concerned.Argupolis will create an interdisciplinary network of excellence with regard to argumentation in context, strongly connected with the international research community and including as full participant one of the leading European centers in the field. At the Swiss level, this doctoral program constitutes the only well-structured possibility for postgraduate education in this field and coordinates in a systematic way the scientific efforts currently being made. Inside this network, a number of research projects and theses will be developed regarding argumentation in several specific contexts. Thanks to the international network, PhD students will be offered also the opportunity of presentations to seminars and international conferences, as well as stays in foreign research centers. In this way, Argupolis will enlarge the Swiss mid-level faculty and educate a generation of researchers that will intensify research and innovate academic curricula in the area of argumentation theory and applied argumentation.The Argupolis doctoral program rests on four research institutes responsible for the scientific direction: the Institute of Linguistics and Semiotics at the University of Lugano (Eddo Rigotti, Andrea Rocci), the Institute of Psychology and Education at the University of Neuchâtel (Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont), the Institute of Psychology of the University of Lausanne (Michèle Grossen) and the Department of Speech Communication, Argumentation Theory and Rhetoric of the University of Amsterdam (Frans H. van Eemeren). This academic core is enriched with a number of other partners providing the expertise on argumentation in specific contexts. This organization ensures a sound collaboration between, on the one side, the more theoretically-oriented argumentation studies and, on the other side, the specific applications to institutional contexts.