Argumentation and Advocacy, the flagship publication of the American Forensic Association, invites scholarly submissions concerning any dimension of argumentation studies, including but not limited to contemporary or historical argumentation theory, informal logic, pragma-dialectics, interpersonal arguing, culture and argument, public and political argument, legal argument, and forensics and pedagogy.
Studies employing any appropriate research methodology are welcome.
Editor: Catherine L. Langford, Texas Tech University
Book Review Editor: David R. Dewberry, Rider University
Editor-Elect: Beth Innocenti, University of Kansas
Argumentation and Advocacy (ISSN 1051-1431) is published quarterly by Taylor & Francis. Individual membership in the Association, including the journal, is $85 per year ($25 for students); $150 for two years; $750 lifetime. Individual membership is available online.
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