Argumentation: inquiry and advocacy / by George W. Ziegelmueller [and] Charles A. Dause.

By: Ziegelmueller, George W, 1930-
Contributor(s): Dause, Charles A, 1939-
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Prentice-Hall series in speech communicationPublisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall ; c1975Description: x, 310 p. : illus. ; 24 cmISBN: 013046029X; 9780130460295 Subject(s): Debates and debatingDDC classification: 808.53 LOC classification: PN4181 | .Z5Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Chapter 1: The philosophical framework of argument -- Chapter 2: The logical framework of argument -- Part 2: Argumentation as inquiry -- Chapter 3: The process of analysis -- Chapter 4: The discovery of data -- Chapter 5: The testing of data -- Chapter 6: The nature of argument -- Chapter 7: The forms of argument -- Chapter 8: The testing of argument -- Chapter 9: The organization of argument -- Part 3: Argumentation as advocacy -- Chapter 10: Situations for advocacy -- Chapter 11: Affirmative approaches to advocacy -- Chapter 12: Negative approaches to advocacy -- Chapter 13: Strategic considerations in presentation -- Chapter 14: Refutation -- Chapter 15: Cross-examination. Part 4: A final comment -- Chapter 16: The study of argumentation: a perspective. Table of contents
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Ziegelmueller, George.
Argumentation: inquiry and advocacy.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1975]
(OCoLC)756455506

Includes bibliographical references.

Chapter 1: The philosophical framework of argument --
Chapter 2: The logical framework of argument --
Part 2: Argumentation as inquiry --
Chapter 3: The process of analysis --
Chapter 4: The discovery of data --
Chapter 5: The testing of data --
Chapter 6: The nature of argument --
Chapter 7: The forms of argument --
Chapter 8: The testing of argument --
Chapter 9: The organization of argument --
Part 3: Argumentation as advocacy --
Chapter 10: Situations for advocacy --
Chapter 11: Affirmative approaches to advocacy --
Chapter 12: Negative approaches to advocacy --
Chapter 13: Strategic considerations in presentation --
Chapter 14: Refutation --
Chapter 15: Cross-examination. Part 4: A final comment --
Chapter 16: The study of argumentation: a perspective. Table of contents

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