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University of Windsor

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6-6-2007 9:00 AM

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9-6-2007 5:00 PM

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I examine the concept of the relationship negotiation dialogue (Weger Jr. 2003) in the context of serial arguing (Trapp and Hoff 1985). Between argument episodes, marital partners experiencing difficulty may think about entering counseling, or terminating their relationship. Removed from the dialogical context, such judgments involve the notions of argument as inquiry (Blair 2004; 1992; Johnson 2000) and argument0 (Hample 1992). I explore the dialectical obligations of a person who decides to end his relationship.

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Dialectical Obligations of Serial Arguers

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I examine the concept of the relationship negotiation dialogue (Weger Jr. 2003) in the context of serial arguing (Trapp and Hoff 1985). Between argument episodes, marital partners experiencing difficulty may think about entering counseling, or terminating their relationship. Removed from the dialogical context, such judgments involve the notions of argument as inquiry (Blair 2004; 1992; Johnson 2000) and argument0 (Hample 1992). I explore the dialectical obligations of a person who decides to end his relationship.