The Argument Culture

Author: Deborah Tannen
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
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The author of You Just Don't Understand decries the state of public discourse in America, showing how it operates as a debate between false extremes rather than a dialogue in pursuit of complex truths. Reprint.

The Argument Culture

Author: Deborah Tannen
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0307765539
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Sometimes these approaches work well, but often they create more problems than they solve.

The Purposeful Argument A Practical Guide

Author: Harry Phillips
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1428230726
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The Age of American Unreason: dumbing down and the future of democracy. Old
Street Publishing, London. 4. Susan Jacoby, ibid. Chapter 3. 5. Susan Jacoby,
ibid. Page 57. 6. Susan Jacoby, ibid. Page 25. ANALYZE THIS READING 1. What
is the writer's attitude toward American politics? What connection does he make
between American politics and learning in America? 2. What evidence does the
writer bring in to support his views on learning in America? 3. Who is Susan
Jacoby, ...

Library And Information Center Management 8th Edition

Author: Robert D. Stueart
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610693264
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Gregory Tillett, Resolving Conflict: A Practical Approach (South Melbourne,
Australia: Sydney University Press, 1991), 6. 35. Charles Conrad and Marshall
Scott Poole, Strategic Organizational Communication: Into the Twenty-First
Century, 4th ed. (New York: Harcourt Brace, 1998), 340. 36. Deborah Tannen,
The Argument Culture: Stopping America's War of Words (New York: Ballantine,
1999), 3–4. 37. Tannen, The Argument Culture, 10. 38. Gretchen Spreitzer and
Christine Porath, ...

American Society Through Confucian Eyes

Author: Yu-long Ling
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As you can see, this argument could have gone on endlessly. Problems arose
because we ignored the initial cause of the discussion and began instead to
demean each other as terrible people. Our "attack argument" exemplified the way
our culture is obsessed with arguments, regardless of the consequences. The "
argument culture" is clearly portrayed in Deborah Tannen's best selling book, "
The Argument Culture: Stopping America's War of Words." She talks about how
we argue for ...

United We Fall

Author: Philip T. Neisser
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
ISBN: 9780313358852
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Difficult words sometimes need to be said, emotions included. With practice —
and with the help of a pro-disagreement ethic — people can get better at it. Those
who remember books from 1998 might ask how this argument connects to that
made by Deborah Tannen in The Argument Culture: Stopping America's War on
Words. Tannen treats arguments and fights as more or less the same thing and
concludes that the United States now features too much of each. This argument
culture ...

The Cooperstown Symposium On Baseball And American Culture 1999

Author: Alvin L. Hall
Publisher: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub
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Stephan R. Walk, "The Footrace Metaphor in American Presidential Rhetoric,"
Sociology of Sport Journal 12 (1995): 52. 34. Michael Oriard, Sporting with the
Gods: The Rhetoric of Play and Game in American Culture (Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1991), ix. 35. Deborah Tannen, The Argument
Culture: Stopping America's War of Words (New York: Ballantine, 1998), 14. 36.
Murray Edelman, Politics as Symbolic Action: Mass Arousal and Quiescence (
Chicago: Markham, ...

Teaching Argumentative Writing To Twelfth Grade Students

Author: Barbara Ann Beck Perushek
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She points out that women tend to emphasize care rather than concern over
whose argument is the most compelling. Frey states “reading and writing are
interactive processes that involve the whole self, so that feelings will influence
thoughts” (p. 516). She further posits that attitudes directly impact the reading and
writing processes. In her most recent book, The Argument Culture: Stopping
America's War of Words, Tannen (1999) delineates differences between the ways
in which ...

Issues For Debate In American Public Policy

Author: Charisse Kiino
Publisher: C Q Press College
ISBN: 9780872896093
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To some, the ethnic and racial putdowns are symptoms of a broader coarsening
of American society. Name- calling and stereotyping go "way back in Western
culture," says Deborah Tannen, professor of linguistics at Georgetown University
and author of the 1999 book The Argument Culture: Stopping America's War of
Words. But, she adds, "I've found lots and lots of evidence that it got worse in the
1990s," as name-calling and shouting replaced more civil debate in realms
ranging ...

Japanese Female Professors In The United States

Author: Masako Hamada
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Hachinin nojotei [Eight empresses]. Tokyo, Japan: Taimeido Tannen, D. (1986).
That 's not what I meant. New York: Ballantine Booksa. Tannen, D. (1994).
Talking from 9 to 5 Women and men in the work place: Language, sex and power
. New York: Avon. Tannen, D. (1996). Gender and discourse. New York: Oxford
University Press. Tannen, D. (1998). The argument culture: Stopping America's
war of words. New York: The Ballantine Publishing Group. The Cabinet Office (
June, 2004).