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They saw arguing as a test of their intellectual and communication skills and as a route to further personal development. The last element in the cultivation function is learning, and those individuals with high scores saw argument as having an epistemic function. The second discriminant function was antagonism, and again three subscores were significant. The first had to do with the argumentative situation; the authors reported that people moderate in argumentativeness oriented to their partners and their topics in deciding whether to approach or avoid, but those scoring high or low did not.

Naïve actors think that arguments are competitive enterprises in which one person not only tries to win the issue at hand but may also want to hurt the other person. Scholars, in contrast, try to emphasize that this is only the case in bad arguments and that arguing skill requires both effectiveness and appropriateness. 7. Naïve actors associate arguing with violence, believing that arguments lead to violence and that violent episodes are arguments. Scholars insist that argument is an alternative to violence.

Naïve actors think that arguments are competitive enterprises in which one person not only tries to win the issue at hand but may also want to hurt the other person. Scholars, in contrast, try to emphasize that this is only the case in bad arguments and that arguing skill requires both effectiveness and appropriateness. 7. Naïve actors associate arguing with violence, believing that arguments lead to violence and that violent episodes are arguments. Scholars insist that argument is an alternative to violence.

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