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Interpersonal argumentation in educational and professional contexts

Author: Francesco Arcidiacono; Antonio Bova
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of empirical studies based on various approaches devoted to examining the interpersonal argumentative processes involved in different contexts. It also identifies context-dependent similarities and differences in the ways in which argumentative interactions are managed by individuals in a range of educational and professional settings. How can some forms of negotiation,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francesco Arcidiacono; Antonio Bova
ISBN: 9783319590837 3319590839
OCLC Number: 1007547145
Description: xxii, 223 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Inter-generational argumentation : children's account work during dinner conversations in Italy and Sweden / Franco Pauletto, Karin Aronsson, and Francesco Arcidiacono --
What can studying designed marital argument interventions contribute to argumentation scholarship? / Harry Weger Jr. --
Reading together : the interplay between social and cognitive aspects in argumentative and non-argumentative dialogues / Nevena Buđevac, Francesco Arcidiacono, and Aleksandar Baucal --
The role of teacher in promoting argumentative interactions in the learning contexts of higher education / Antonio Bova --
The epidemic effect of scaffolding argumentation in small groups to whole-class teacher-led argumentation / Baruch B. Schwarz, Irit Cohen, and Yaakov Ophir --
Processes of negotiation in socio-scientific argumentation about vegetarianism in teacher education / María Pilar Jiménez Aleixandre and Paolo Brocos --
Argumentation and conflict management in online epistemic communities : a narrative approach to Wikipedia debates / Michael J. Baker, Françoise Détienne, and Flore Barcellini --
The interplay of argumentative dialogues and work observations in collective reflection for work transformation : cross self-confrontations in a public health institution / Laure Kloetzer --
Imaginary scenarios as resources to argue for treatment advice in cancer consultations / Francesca Alby, Marilena Fatigante, and Cristina Zucchermaglio --
Notes on similarities and differences in studying argumentation : a synthetic view / Antonio Bova and Francesco Arcidiacono --
Argumentation in dialogue : final conclusions / Antonio Iannaccone and Francesco Arcidiacono.
Responsibility: Francesco Arcidiacono, Antonio Bova, editors.

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This book provides a comprehensive overview of empirical studies based on various approaches devoted to examining the interpersonal argumentative processes involved in different contexts. It also identifies context-dependent similarities and differences in the ways in which argumentative interactions are managed by individuals in a range of educational and professional settings. How can some forms of negotiation, change and debate result from engaging in interpersonal processes during argumentation? How do interpersonal dimensions affect the interdependencies between argumentative exchanges and construction of knowledge and skills? The book clarifies these open questions by providing a discussion of theoretical and empirical issues at the forefront of research, in order to provide a view of how interpersonal argumentation in educational and professional contexts is actually questioned and investigated. It offers readers an opportunity to discover the crucial importance of an in-depth understanding of the role and functions played by the interpersonal dynamics within argumentative interactions occurring in a wide range of educational and professional contexts.

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