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Table Of Content

LIST OF TABLES
PREFACE
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
SECTION I: THE NATURE AND CONTEXT OF ARGUMENT
CHAPTER 1 The Process of Argument

ARGUING IS PART OF OUR NATURE

WHAT IS ARGUMENT?

WHY SHOULD WE ARGUE?

ARGUING PRODUCTIVELY

WHEN NOT TO ARGUE

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

CHAPTER 2 Credibility: The Foundation of Responsible Advocacy

TYPES OF CREDIBILITY

FACTORS AFFECTING AN ADVOCATE’S CREDIBILITY

THE ADVOCATE/LISTENER RELATIONSHIP

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

CHAPTER 3 External Factors Influencing Argument

THE AUDIENCE

FIELD AND OCCASION

THE LARGER CONVERSATION

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

CHAPTER 4 Audience-Based Argument

INTERACTING WITH FAMILIAR AUDIENCES

UNDERSTANDING UNFAMILIAR AUDIENCES

LIMITS OF DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

SECTION II: IDENTIFYING AND MAKING QUALITY ARGUMENTS
CHAPTER 5 Discovering Arguments: Narrative Approaches

ARGUMENTS AS NARRATIVE

NARRATIVE ELEMENTS

EVALUATING NARRATIVES

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

CHAPTER 6 Discovering Arguments: Stock Issue Approaches

QUESTIONS OF FACT

QUESTIONS OF VALUE

QUESTIONS OF POLICY

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

CHAPTER 7 Supporting Arguments

WHEN DO I NEED TO USE OUTSIDE SUPPORT?

WHY DO I NEED TO USE OUTSIDE SUPPORT?

GENERAL EVALUATION OF OUTSIDE SUPPORT

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

CHAPTER 8 Types and Tests of Evidence

EXAMPLES

STATISTICS

TESTIMONY

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

SECTION III: EFFECTIVELY PRESENTING ARGUMENTS
CHAPTER 9 Language and Style in Argument

THE VARIETY OF PERSONAL STYLES

STYLE SHOULD REFLECT A CONSTRUCTIVE VIEW OF ARGUMENT

STYLE AND CREDIBILITY

LANGUAGE AS A COMPONENT OF STYLE

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

CHAPTER 10 Responding to Arguments

LISTENING EFFECTIVELY

LISTENING FOR RELATIONSHIP AND CONTENT

PREPARING TO RESPOND

MAKING A RESPONSE

CONCLUSION

QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

KEY TERMS

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

APPENDIX A: THE TOULMIN MODEL

APPENDIX B: LOGICAL FALLACIES

GLOSSARY
NOTES
INDEX
ABOUT THE AUTHORS