Foundations of Argumentative Text Processing

Edited by Pierre Coirier and Jerry Andriesse

Foundations of Argumentative Text Processing
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Edited by Pierre Coirier and Jerry Andriesse

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

273 pages | 6-1/4 x 9-1/2 | © 2000
Paper $44.50 ISBN: 9789053563403 Published June 2000 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
Argumentative text processing is concerned with the psychology of the production and comprehension of argumentative texts. This volume contains a collection of papers which each provide a survey of the state of the art in research on argumentative text processing. The rationale behind the choice of topics is our focus on fundamental components of the argumentative process. To this end, the chapters discuss the topics of reasoning, argumentative theory, social context, interaction, development, knowledge, planning and translating, education, collaboration and electronic argumentation. Although the focus of this book on written text production, it also contains a number of chapters on oral argumentation. This book is the first that has assembled the world's leading scholars on argumentation to discuss these issues. It should serve as a basic overview of the field for many years to come.
Pierre Coirier, Jerry Andriessen and Lucile Chanquoy, From Planning to Translating: The Specificity of Argumentative Writing
James F. Voss, Jennifer Wiley and Rebecca Sandak, Reasoning in the Construction of Argumentative Texts
Frans H. van Eemeren and Rob Grootendorst, Developments in Argumentation Theory
Frans H. van Eemeren and Rob Grootendorst, From Analysis to Presentation: A Pragma-dialectical Approach to Writing Argumentative Texts
Clara Maria M. Santos and Selma Leitão Santos, Good Argument, Content and Contextual Dimensions
Nancy L. Stein and Ronan Bernas, The Early Emergence of Argumentative Knowledge and Skill
Annie Piolat, Jean-Yves Roussey and Anne Gombert, The Development of Argumentative Schema in Writing
Caroline Golder and Delphine Pouit, For a Debate to take place the Topic must be Debatable.  Developmental Evolution of the Negotiation and Debatability of Arguments.
Anick Giroud, Studying Argumentative Text Processing through Collaborative Writing
Michael Baker, Argumentation and Constructive Interaction
Arja L. Veerman and Tamsin Treasure-Jones, Software for Problem Solving through Collaborative Argumentation
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