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Coms 312 4/22/09 Material Consulted So Far 1. Brumark, Åsa . “Eat your Hamburger!”—“No, I don’t want to!” Argumentation and Argumentative Development in the Context of Dinner Conversation in Twenty Swedish Families. Argumentation , May 2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2 This study was done to analyze family dinners in the context of argumentation and argumentative development by using a context-sensitive model of basic argumentative structures in every day conversations. The data consisted of 40 argumentative sequences in dinner conversations in twenty Swedish families with children aged 7 to 17 years. The groups of older children produced longer argumentative sequences, more exchanges per sequence and higher rate of turns. The older children also engaged in non-instrumental deliberations and disputations significantly more often and they performed more elaborated expansions. The groups of younger children on the other hand were more often involved in negotiations on topics relevant in the immediate
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