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Employing the Toulmin’s Model in Rhetorical Education / Nikolić, Davor ; Tomić, Diana.

By: Nikolić, Davor, kroatist.
Contributor(s): Tomić, Diana [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 1366-1380 str.Other title: Employing the Toulmin’s Model in Rhetorical Education [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | argumentation, rhetoric, Toulmin's model, types of reasoning engOnline resources: Click here to access online In: 7th International Conference on Argumentation (29.06.-02.07.2010. ; Amsterdam, Nizozemska) Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation str. 1366-1380Eemeren, Frans H. van ; Garssen, Bart ; Godden, David ; Mitchell, GordonSummary: This paper tests Toulmin’s model on the examples of persuasive speeches. The model largely remains faithful to Aristotelian form of rhetorical enthymeme, expanded by the backing of the warrant (i.e. major premise in enthymeme). Rhetorical education can benefit from the use of Toulmin's model in preparation of persuasive speeches (visual inspection, easier recognition of possible fallacies etc.). The analaysed speeches differed by the delivery situation. One group were speeches delivered in school of rhetorics (with classical speech composition and conscious use of Toulmin’s argumentation model) while the others were delivered in the Croatian Parliament.
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This paper tests Toulmin’s model on the examples of persuasive speeches. The model largely remains faithful to Aristotelian form of rhetorical enthymeme, expanded by the backing of the warrant (i.e. major premise in enthymeme). Rhetorical education can benefit from the use of Toulmin's model in preparation of persuasive speeches (visual inspection, easier recognition of possible fallacies etc.). The analaysed speeches differed by the delivery situation. One group were speeches delivered in school of rhetorics (with classical speech composition and conscious use of Toulmin’s argumentation model) while the others were delivered in the Croatian Parliament.

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