“Lippmann, the indispensable opponent.” In Trained Capacities: John Dewey, Rhetoric, and Democratic Practice, edited by Brian Jackson and Gregory Clark. University of South Caroline Press, forthcoming. 26 pp.
Goodwin, Jean. “What Is “Responsible Advocacy” in Science? Good Advice.” In Between Scientists & Citizens: Proceedings of a Conference at Iowa State University, 1-2 June, 2012, edited by Jean Goodwin. 151-61. Ames, IA: GPSSA, 2012.
Goodwin, Jean, ed. Between Scientists & Citizens: Proceedings of a Conference at Iowa State University, 1-2 June, 2012. Ames, IA: GPSSA, 2012.
Herndl, Carl, Jean Goodwin, Lee Honeycutt, Greg Wilson, Scott Graham and David Niedergeses. “Talking sustainability: Identification and division in an Iowa community.” Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 35 (2011) 436-461.
“Theoretical pieties, Johnstone’s impiety, and ordinary views of argumentation,” Philosophy & Rhetoric 40 (2007) 36-50. Reprinted in Philosophy and Rhetoric in Dialogue: Redrawing Their Intellectual Landscape, edited by G.A. Hauser, 36-50. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.
Goodwin, Jean. “What, in Practice, Is an Argument?” In Dissensus and the Search for Common Ground, edited by Hans V. Hansen, Christopher W. Tindale, J. Anthony Blair and Ralph H. Johnson, 1-44. Windsor, ON: OSSA, 2007.
McAndrews, Gina, Jean Goodwin and Russ E. Mullen, “Using environmental and ethical issues for debate in an introductory agronomy course,” North American Colleges & Teachers of Agriculture Journal 2006.4 (2006) 54-61. (Outstanding journal article award.)
Goodwin, Jean. “Manifestly Adequate Premises.” In In Informal Logic @ 25, edited by J. Anthony Blair, Daniel Farr, Hans V. Hansen, Ralph H. Johnson and Christopher W. Tindale. Windsor, ONT: Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation, 2003.
“We should be studying the norms of debate.” In Arguing Communication & Culture: Selected Papers from the Twelfth NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation, edited by G.T. Goodnight et al., 51-58. Washington, D.C.: National Communication Association, 2002.
Goodwin, Jean. “One Question, Two Answers.” In Argumentation and Its Applications, edited by Hansen Hansen, Christopher W. Tindale, J. Anthony Blair, Ralph H. Johnson and Robert C. Pinto. Windsor, ONT: Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation, 2001.
”Henry W. Johnstone’s still unacknowledged contributions to contemporary argumentation theory.” Informal Logic 21 (2001): 41-50. Reprinted in Henry W. Johnstone: The Dialogue of Philosophy & Rhetoric, edited by G.A. Hauser, 19-31. Pittsburg: Pennsylvania Communication Association, 2005.
“The noncooperative pragmatics of arguing.” In Pragmatics in 2000: Selected Papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 2, edited by E.T. Nemeth, 263-77., Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association, 2001.
Leff, Michael and Jean Goodwin. “Dialogic figures and dialectical argument in Lincoln’s rhetoric.” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 3.1 (2000) 59-69.
Goodwin, Jean. “Good Argumentation without Resolution “. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation, edited by Frans H. van Eemeren, Rob Grootendorst, J. Anthony Blair and Charles A. Willard. 255-57. Amsterdam: SicSat, 1999.
“Deliberation and character,” In Argument in a Time of Change: Definitions, Frameworks, and Critiques; Proceedings of the Tenth NCA/AFA Conference on Argumentation, 1997, edited by J.F. Klumpp, 70-74. Annandale, VA: National Communication Association, 1998.
“Deliberation in the ancient Roman Senate.” Parliamentary Journal 38.1 (1997) 33-36.
Jean Goodwin, Jack S. Kaplan and Audrey G. Lyon. “Receivership.” In Representing Residential Tenants. Springfield, IL: Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1989.