Arguing within an institutional hierarchy: how argumentative talk and interlocutors’ embodied practices preserve a superior—subordinate relationship
by Einav Argaman
Reference:
Einav Argaman, (2009), "Arguing within an institutional hierarchy: how argumentative talk and interlocutors’ embodied practices preserve a superior—subordinate relationship", Discourse Studies, vol. 11, no. 5, pp. 515–541.
Bibtex Entry:
@ARTICLE{Argaman2009,
  author = "Einav Argaman", 
  doi = "10.1177/1461445609340498", 
  keywords = "EMCA, Argument, Conflict, Dispute, Institutional hierarchy, Superior—subordinate and Talk and embodiment", 
  journal = "Discourse Studies", 
  number = "5", 
  pages = "515–541", 
  title = "Arguing within an institutional hierarchy: how argumentative talk and interlocutors’ embodied practices preserve a superior—subordinate relationship", 
  url = "https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1461445609340498", 
  volume = "11", 
  year = "2009", 
}