Location

University of Windsor

Document Type

Paper

Keywords

argument frames, argumentativeness, dialogue types, interpersonal arguing, relational satisfaction, verbal aggressiveness, Walton

Start Date

18-5-2016 9:00 AM

End Date

21-5-2016 5:00 PM

Abstract

Walton has distinguished among several sorts of argumentative dialogues (persuasion, negotiation, information seeking, deliberation, inquiry, and eristic). This paper continues the project of measuring individuals’ self-reported preferences for each dialogue type. In this study, long-term romantic couples were surveyed to examine if their dialogue preferences matched, and whether their preferences were, in turn, related to their relational satisfaction.

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Couples’ Dialogue Orientations

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Walton has distinguished among several sorts of argumentative dialogues (persuasion, negotiation, information seeking, deliberation, inquiry, and eristic). This paper continues the project of measuring individuals’ self-reported preferences for each dialogue type. In this study, long-term romantic couples were surveyed to examine if their dialogue preferences matched, and whether their preferences were, in turn, related to their relational satisfaction.