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Despite the prevalence of conspiracy theories in contemporary political discourse, scholars of rhetoric and argumentation remain confounded as to how best to evaluate these theories. Many scholars dismiss conspiracy theories as paranoid fantasy, others believe that standards like narrative...
Emotional experience is important to people's understandings of interpersonal arguments. However, very little research illuminates the moment-to-moment emotionality of arguing. This project used emotional data from dyadic arguers. Arguer, partner, and coder ratings of anger, happiness, sadness,...
This essay analyzes how the borders between the technical and the public sphere were argumentatively demarcated in the B-06 lumpectomy controversy. Drawing from Thomas Gieryn's metaphor of “cultural cartographies of science,” it tracks the implications of four discursive maps of scientific...
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