Competing and Consensual Voices: The Theory and Practice of Argument
Patrick J. M. Costello, Sally Mitchell
Multilingual Matters, 1995 - Education - 225 pages
Examines the theory and practice of argument in primary, secondary and tertiary education. The book's coverage includes: the nature, forms and functions of argument, and its role in teaching; and critical analyses of the practice of argument and suggested ways to develop it in educating contexts.
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