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Argaman2009
BibType ARTICLE
Key Argaman2009
Author(s) Einav Argaman
Title Arguing within an institutional hierarchy: how argumentative talk and interlocutors’ embodied practices preserve a superior—subordinate relationship
Editor(s)
Tag(s) EMCA, argument, conflict, dispute, institutional hierarchy, superior—subordinate, talk and embodiment
Publisher
Year 2009
Language English
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Month
Journal Discourse Studies
Volume 11
Number 5
Pages 515–541
URL Link
DOI 10.1177/1461445609340498
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Institution
School
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Howpublished
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Abstract

This article studies an argument that took place in an institutional setting and specifies six functions of talk and embodied practices employed in an argument between a superior and her subordinate. The article shows how certain argumentative conducts and their subsequent responses preserve the institutional hierarchical relationship. The article’s final section considers three resultant issues: 1) argumentative practices and their relation to various institutional hierarchies; 2) argumentative practices between people holding different versus similar hierarchical positions; and 3) the extent to which verbal defiance accompanied by embodied practices can be maintained.

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