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Une approche langagière et interactionnelle de l’argumentation

Abstract : This paper is based on a case study focused on election night specials (2012 French presidential elections; 2014 European Parliament elections in France). Specifically we observe how “rough facts” (the scores that are expressed by figures which are officially announced and undisputed) are discursively oriented towards a specific evaluative conclusion (“this is a good score” / “this is a bad score”). Based on this analysis we will make explicit the theoretical and methodological choices that back up our approach, which we characterize as a comprehensive approach to argumentation. This approach is founded notably on the notion of argumentative question (stasis) determining the structure of the data that are supposed to be represented (modeled); it also assumes that the evaluation of arguments falls to the arguers rather than to the analyst.
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Marianne Doury, Christian Plantin. Une approche langagière et interactionnelle de l’argumentation. Argumentation et Analyse du Discours, 2015. ⟨hal-01388444⟩



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