Psychosocial Processes in Argumentation
Résumé This chapter examines argumentation as a psychosocial practice, embedded in institutional , historical, and cultural contexts. Even though they are in reality interwoven, several dimensions (cognitive, interactive, and cultural) will be distinguished. At the cognitive and individual leve, the questions comprise the following ones: what are the cognitive prerequisites for engaging into an argumentative interaciton? How is the development of argumentative skills taking place in children? But focusing only on the individual level would not take into consideration other dimensions that are important such as the relational and dialogical aspects of argumentation, the status of the partners and characteristic of the "audience". The specific demands of the cultural context in which argumentation takes place are also examined.
Mots-clés interaction sociale, argumentation, cognition, émotion, dialogue, apprentissage, médiation, contexte, sens, culture, psychologie du développement, psychologie sociale, psychologie culturelle
Citation Muller-Mirza, N., Perret-Clermont, A. N., Tartas, V., & Iannaccone, A. (2009). Psychosocial Processes in Argumentation. In Argumentation and Education. (pp. 67-90). Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer.
Type Chapitre de livre (Anglais)
Année 2009
Titre du livre Argumentation and Education
Editeur commercial Springer (Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York)
Pages 67-90
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