A Review of the Proceedings of the Fourth Tokyo Conference of Argumentation: The Role of Argumentation in Society

Ihnen Jory, Constanza
March 2014
Argumentation;Mar2014, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p121
Book Review
The article presents an analysis of the "Proceedings of the Fourth Tokyo Conference of Argumentation," a collection of papers presented at the convention held in Japan on August 2012. Among the papers discussed at the conference focus on topics like the Fukushima nuclear meltdown, the role of nuclear power argumentation in the society and the characteristics and functions of the argumentation. Bridging the gap between the practical and theoretical analyses of the argumentation is noted.


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