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- PublicationAccès libreDesigning dialogue: argumentation as conflict management in social interaction(2018)The escalation of disagreement into overt conflict in social interaction can be avoided, if disagreement is managed through argumentative dialogue. This paper explores the characteristics of argumentative dialogue and presents the role of third parties who design spaces for others' dialogue. After discussing the prototypical example of dispute mediators, this contribution considers other informal third parties who have a similar role. This opens up a new perspective on informal third parties who work as designers of dialogue and build spaces to manage disagreement in social interaction.
- PublicationAccès libreYoung children's argumentative contributions(Oxon, New-York: Routledge, 2023)
;Drawing on a rich tradition of dialogue-centered studies of children’s talk in conversation with peers and adults, the authors focus on young children’s contributions to argumentative discussions. The most promising research areas in this field are grouped around three keywords: the dialogue, the implicit content within argumentative inference, and the context of the discussion. For each of these areas, the authors discuss existing research, proposing empirical examples of children’s talk and examining how the analysis of these examples not only advances the understanding of children’s argumentation but also sheds new light on the models relative to adults’ argumentation. The findings of this chapter illustrate that children’s contributions should not be considered as isolated productions. They are better understood if placed within the dialogic setting in which they are produced, taking into account adults’ roles and expectations, children’s interpretations of such settings, and, more in general, the design of the dialogue space. Moreover, the analysis of inference shows that often children’s contributions do not differ from adults’ in terms of the argument schemes used, but in terms of material-contextual premises (endoxa). These findings invite further discourse and argumentation research on adults’ expectations and children’s interpretations of dialogic settings, including educational contexts.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementFamily conversations: the relevance of context in evaluating argumentation(2009-8-15)
; ;Pontecorvo, Clotilde
- PublicationAccès libreAnalysing Implicit Premises Within Children’s Argumentative Inferences(2017)
; ; ; ;Rocci, Andrea ;Schär, Rebecca G.This paper presents preliminary findings of the project “Analysing children’s implicit argumentation”. We propose to reconstruct implicit premises of children’s arguments within adult-children discussions in different settings, using the Argumentum Model of Topics (AMT) for the reconstruction of the inferential configuration of arguments. We show that sources of misunderstandings are more often than not due to misalignments of implicit premises between adults and children; these misalignments concern material premises rather than the inferential-procedural level.
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementThe significance of the adversative connectives aber, mais, ma (‘but’) as indicators in young children’s argumentation(2018-2-7)
;Rocci, Andrea ; ;Schär, Rebecca ; ;
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementArgupolis, a doctoral program on argumentation practices in different communication contexts(2009-8-22)
;Eemeren, Frans H. van ; ; ;Grossen, MichèleRigotti, Eddo
- PublicationMétadonnées seulementAnalysing implicit premises within children’s argumentative inferences(2017-6-21)
; ; ; ;Rocci, Andrea ;Schär, Rebecca