Fourteenth SCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation 2005
Riley, Patricia, ed. Engaging Argument. Washington: National Communication Association, 2006.
pp. Author, "Title,"
1 James F. Klumpp, University of
Maryland."Facts, Truth and Iraq: A Call to Stewardship of Democratic Argument."
18 Kathryn M. Olson, University of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee. "The Epideictic Lens: The Unrealized Potential of
Existing Argumentation Theory to Explain the Bush Administration's Presentation
of War with Iraq."
29 David Zarefsky, Northwestern University.
"Terrorism and the Argument from Ignorance."
36 Takeshi Suzuki, Tsuda College
and Noriko Sekido, Tsuda College. "Noam Chomsky's Response to President
Bush After 9/11: An Analysis of Public Dissension."
43 Bernardo Alexander Attias, California
State University, Northridge. "Towards a Rhetorical Understanding of Modern
51 Satoru Aonuma, Kanda University
of International Studies and Mitsuhiro Fujimaki, Bunkyo University. "Northern
Exposure and Nuclear Disclosure: A Case for Argumentative Intervention in International
59 Davi Johnson, University of Georgia.
"Visibility and Violence: The Bodies of Birmingham."
66 Charles Arthur Willard, Joy L.
Hart, Shirley Willihnganz, University of Louisville. "Monumental Accusations
and Grave Errors"
81 Craig Hayden, University of Southern
California. "Argument-Driven International Media Campaigns: Competition
of Argument Formations within the Network Society."
89 Eric Morris, Southwest Missouri
State University. "Bush's 16 Words: A Toulminian Perspective on the Nuance
and/or Deception in the 2003 State of the Union Address."
97 David Cratis Williams, Florida
Atlantic University, and Marilyn J. Young, Florida State University. "Managing
"Democracy" in the Age of Terrorism: Putin, Bush and Arguments from
104 Gordon R. Mitchell, University of Pittsburgh, Georgeta Bradatan, "Petru Rares" National College, Romania, Dejan Colev, Cirilo & Metodije School, Serbia, Tsvetelina Manolova, Alexander Language School, Bulgaria, Gligor Mitkovski, Independent scholar, Macedonia, Iva Nestoro, Southwestern University, Bulgaria, Milena Ristic, Economic-Trade School, Kosovo, Gentiana Sheshi, Educational Directorate, Albania. "Navigating Dangerous Deliberative Waters: Shallow Argument Pools, Group Polarization and Public Debate Pedagogy in Southeast Europe."
114 Melissa Franke, University of
Southern California. "Toward a Theory of Radical Deliberation in Foreign
121 Rae Lynn Schwartz, University
of Iowa. "Graphing the National: The Rhetoric of National Geographic's
128 Valeria Fabj, Lynn University.
"Personal Healing and Public Recognition: The Rhetorical
Invention of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder."
135 Brian Lain, University of Texas.
"Identifying (with) the Place of Power: Recognition in Arguments
142 Jeremiah Hickey, Texas A&M
University. "Rhetorical Communities and the New Federalism."
148 Bjørn F. Stillion Southard,
University of Maryland. "Arguing Benevolently: The Establishment of the
American Colonization Society."
155 Benjamin Ponder, Northwestern
University. "The Mediation of Episteme and Doxa in Demosthenes' Third
161 Carrie Anne Platt, University
of Southern California. "Opening up Spaces for Deliberation through Art:
The Blurring of Public and Private Suffering in Euripides' The Trojan Women."
168 Kate Zittlow Rogness, University
of Denver. "Lucy Hayes' Recusal from the Women's Rights Movement: Iconic
Implications of the First Lady in the Public Sphere."
174 Bruce E. Gronbeck, University
of Iowa. "Varied Relationships between Verbal and Visual Discourses: Jacob
Riis' Arguments for Slum Reform."
183 Kathryn C. Palmer, University
of Wisconsin, Madison. "Representing the Poor: Jacob Riis and the Rhetoric
192 Martín Carcasson, Colorado
State University. "The Rhetoric of the Working Poor: The Revival of the
198 Jeffrey VanCleave, Southern Illinois
University, Edwardsville. "A New Internationalism: Anti-Globalization and
the American Labor Movement's Advocacy."
205 Jiyeon Kang, University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign. "Reconfiguring Argument Fields: Toward a Dynamics
of Discursive Public Spheres."
213 Chantal Benoit-Barné,
Université de Montréal. "When Citizens Blur the Lines between
Innovation and Politics: Thinking Beyond the Technical/Public Opposition."
220 Janice Schuetz, University of
New Mexico. "Blogs, Argument, and the Terry Schiavo Case."
227 Carly Woods, University of Pittsburgh.
"Presumption, Precaution, and Prudence: Common Sense Arguments in the Global
234 Damien Pfister, University of
Pittsburgh. "RealClimate.org and the Nichification of Democracy."
243 David Schulz, California State
University, Stanislaus. "Mobilizing Museums: Visual Arguments at the George
H. W. Bush (41) Museum."
250 Elizabeth Galewski, University of Wisconsin-Madison. "Counter/publicity: Conceiving the Means of Effective Representation."
257 Jonathan J. Edwards, Northwestern
University. "Christian Counterpublics: Evangelical Discourse and the Critique
265 Matthew J. Sobnosky, Hofstra
University. "Gay People, Alternative Places, Taboo Topics: Some Material
and Cultural Influences on the Formation of a Counterpublic."
271 Kevin Baaske, California State
University, Los Angeles. "Arguing about Marriage: Antimiscegenation Laws
in Analogue to the Same-Sex Marriage Dispute."
278 Davin Allen Grindstaff, Georgia
State University. "The State of Queer Citizenship: Same-Sex Marriage and
286 Sarah K. Burgess, University
of California Berkeley. 'Transitional Bodies of Law: The Demand for Recognition
in the United Kingdom's Gender Recognition Act."
293 Leslie J. Harris, Lake Forest
College. "Torn From Her Very Bosom: Melodramatic Argument in
Nineteenth Century Law."
299 Kyra Pearson, Loyola Marymount
University. "Assassinating Publics: "Feminist Fatales" and the
Death of Political Space."
306 Kasia Anderson, University of
Southern California. "How to 'Dixie Chick': Celebrity Advocacy, Public
Protest and the Body Politic."
312 Eric M. Gander, Baruch College,
CUNY. "The Legal Theory of Incitement: A Brief History."
318 Fred J. Kauffeld, and Leah May,
Edgewood College. "Exhorting and Inciting."
326 Robert C. Rowland, University
of Kansas. "Campaign Argument and the Public Sphere: A Case Study of the
Process of Developing Messages in a Congressional Campaign."
333 Thomas A. Hollihan, University of Southern California. "¡Si Se Puede! An Engaged Look at the Villaraigosa Mayoral Campaign."
342 Allan Louden, Wake Forest University.
"Gauging Unique Qualities of Political Debates in State Level Races: The
Case of Montana Gubernatorial and North Carolina U.S. Senate Elections."
348 Catherine H. Palczewski, John
Fritch, Eric Short, and Jennifer Farrell, University of Northern Iowa. "Ripe
for Controversy: Churchill's 9/11 Essay."
359 G. Thomas Goodnight, University
of Southern California. "Smoking Guns, Cherry-Picking and Stove-Piping:
On Critical Metaphors, Discourse Events and Argumentation Games."
367 Elisia L. Cohen, St. Louis University.
"Hanoi John" and "Chickenhawks": The Reaffirmation and
Subversion of the Vietnam War Hero in the 2004 Presidential Campaign."
373 Jeffrey R. Sens. "Screaming
at Publics and the Illegible Decorum of Political Anger."
380 John M. Kephart III, University
of Southern California. "Argumentation and Democracy: Towards a Model of
386 John S. Nelson, University of
Iowa and Anna Lorien Nelson, Harvard and Yale Universities. "Words and
Pictures in Politics: Appeals in Iowa Presidential Spots for 2004."
394Zoltan P. Majdik, University of
Southern California. "Quo Vadis, Political Debate? Truth-Telling Through
Comedy in Jon Stewart's Crossfire Appearance."
402 Mark Aakhus, Rutgers, The State
University of New Jersey. "The Act and Activity of Proposing in Deliberation."
409 Sally Jackson, University of
Arizona. "Designing Countermoves to Reshape a Disagreement Space."
416 Scott Jacobs, University of Arizona.
"Finding Available Means to Put Things Right."
426 Douglas Walton, University of Winnipeg. "Disagreement Space, Burden of Proof and Fallacies."
432 Frans H. van Eemeren and Peter
Houtlosser, University of Amsterdam. "Countering Fallacious Moves."
438 Douglas Walton, University of
Winnipeg and David M. Godden, University of Windsor. "Alternatives to Suspicion
and Trust as Conditions for Challenge in Argumentative Dialogue."
445 Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen
and Bert Meuffels, University of Amsterdam. "Apples and Oranges, Peer Pressure,
and Other Such Troublemakers: Ordinary Arguers' Opinions about Violations of
the Pragma-Dialectical Argument Scheme Rule."
453 Dale Hample, Western Illinois
University. "Toward a Theory of Evidence: Perceptual Dimensions and Their
Relationships to Persuasiveness."
461 Harry Weger, Jr., University
of Central Florida and Samantha R. Duke, Indiana University Southeast. "The
Influence of Attachment Style on Argumentativeness in Interpersonal Conflict."
469 Leah E. Polcar, University of
Amsterdam. "The Problem of Evasion in Question-Answer Argumentation II:
An Analysis of Evasion in the Argumentation Stage of Critical Discussion."
478 Susan L. Kline, Ohio State University.
"Deliberating about Behavior Change: Message Monitoring and Person-Centered
489 Dennis S. Gouran, Pennsylvania
State University. "Leadership as Counteractive Influence in Group Decision-Making
and Problem-Solving Discussions: The Special Case of Argument."
498 Danielle R. Wiese, Florida State
University and Scott J. Varda, University of Iowa. "Achieving Our Debate
Community: An Examination of the New Left in Academic Collegiate Debate."
506 Jan M. Hovden, University of Kansas. "Debate and the Comic Frame: A Burkean Take on the Educational Value of NDT/CEDA Debate."
512 Jarrod Atchison and Edward Panetta,
University of Georgia. "Raising a Stink: An Assessment of Argument Presentation
and Effects on Secondary Audiences."
518 Rebecca Opsata, California State
University, Northridge. "Making a "Correct" Decision: Inexperienced
and Experienced Judges in Academic Debate."
525 Heidi L. Muller, University of
Northern Colorado. "Collegiate Classroom Discussion Facilitators as Debate
532 Kathryn M. Olson, University
of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. "Educating Rhetorical Leaders."
539 Lenore Langsdorf, Southern Illinois
University, Carbondale. "Arguing for Analogy: Recognition vs. Invention
in the New SAT."
547 Renu Dube, Boise State University.
"Fields of Argument and the Locus of the Existent:
Transdisciplinary Travels/Travails of Postcolonial Theory."
554 William C. Trapani, Wayne State
University. "Kelly Happe's Shout: Democracy's Detective Mode and the Deferral
of New Temporal Materialities."