What does arguing look like?

Posted on 13 July 12


Goodwin, Jean. “What Does Arguing Look Like?”. Informal Logic 25 (2005): 79-93.

This article reports on the results of a classroom exercise, which aims to elicit students’ prereflective and more reflective views of arguing through visual means. Stereotypes of arguing as angry and futile emerge quickly, but it is also easy to get students to voice more nuanced and multi-functional perspectives on the activity.

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