(The TQCC of Argumentation is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The Assessment of Argumentation from Expert Opinion32
Populism and Informal Fallacies: An Analysis of Right-Wing Populist Rhetoric in Election Campaigns22
Argumentative Style: A Complex Notion22
Reasoning from Classifications and Definitions20
Wrenching from Context: The Manipulation of Commitments15
Enthymemes: From Reconstruction to Understanding12
Standing Standpoints and Argumentative Associates: What is at Stake in a Public Political Argument?12
Potential Conflicts between Normatively-Responsible Advocacy and Successful Social Influence: Evidence from Persuasion Effects Research12
Is it always fallacious to derive values from facts?11
Evaluating Arguments from a Play about Ethics in Science: A Study with Medical Learners11
Confrontational Maneuvering by Dissociation in Spokespersons’ Argumentative Replies at the Press Conferences of China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs10
Arguments from Expert Opinion and Persistent Bias10
Why Images Cannot be Arguments, But Moving Ones Might9
Does Arguing from Coherence Make Sense?8
A Cross-Cultural Study of Argument Orientations of Turkish and American College Students: Is Silence Really Golden and Speech Silver for Turkish Students?7
Character and Knowledge: Learning from the Speech of Experts6
From Connectives to Argumentative Markers: A Quest for Markers of Argumentative Moves and of Related Aspects of Argumentative Discourse6
From Figure to Argument: Contrarium in Roman Rhetoric6
Negation, concession and refutation in counter-argumentative composition by pupils from 8 to 12 years old and adults6
From syntactical to textual strategies of argumentation5
Presumptions, and How They Relate to Arguments from Ignorance5
Processing Topics from the Beneficial Cognitive Model in Partially and Over-Successful Persuasion Dialogues5
On the Rationale for Distinguishing Arguments from Explanations5