The dangers of theorizing before analysis : four case studies about argumentation and cognition

Abstract : In this talk, we briefly compare and contrast two research traditions: the hypothetico-deductive and the ethnomethodological. We will present three case studies from our own research that mostly exemplify the hypothetico-deductive tradition.We will illustrate with these case studies three different dangers of theorizing before analysis and how we saved ourselves from these dangers.
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Kristine Lund, Matthieu Quignard. The dangers of theorizing before analysis : four case studies about argumentation and cognition. Empirical Approaches to Argumentation, Marianne Doury, Jul 2014, Paris, France. ⟨halshs-01392574⟩

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