Dialogues An Argument Rhetoric and Reader
Edition: 6th 2009
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Description: Dialogues: An Argument Rhetoric and Reader, 6/e, represents argument not as a battle to be won, but as a process of dialogue and deliberation-the exchange of opinions and ideas-among people with different values and perspectives. Part One contains succinct instruction on analyzing and developing arguments, including critical reading, source documentation, and analyzing visual arguments. Part Two, updated with many new readings addressing current issues, offers a diverse collection of provocative essays from both the popular and scholarly medium. The lucid, lively, and engaging writing addresses students as writers and thinkers, without overwhelming them with unnecessary jargon or theory.
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List price: $83.60
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 7/30/2008
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|Strategies for Reading and Writing Arguments|
|Understanding Persuasion: Thinking Like a Negotiator|
|What Makes an Argument|
|Facts Are Not Arguable|
|The Uses of Argument|
|Moving from Debate to Dialogue|
|Deborah Tannen, ""Taking a 'War of Words' Too Literally""|
|Sample Arguments for AnalysisMichael Lewis, ""The Case Against Tipping""|
|Andrew Braaksma, ""Some Lessons I Learned on the Assembly""|
|Reading Arguments: Thinkin|