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Chapter 6. The development of a taxonomy of verbal disagreements in the light of the p-model

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Abstract

The main objective of this chapter is to find a category system that is the most capable of describing Hungarian disagreement based on certain criteria set beforehand. As none of the rival approaches to disagreement to be introduced in this chapter seem to satisfy each criterion, a new taxonomy is proposed. Distinguishing between strategies and pragmatic force modifiers (PFMs), this new category system is more reliable and more capable of capturing the complex nature of (Hungarian) disagreements that the rival models. A detailed description of the metatheoretical research is provided including a step-by-step description of the analytical procedure(s) employed. By describing each step of the research along with the decisions and re-evaluations of the information at hand as well as the p-context, the chapter demonstrates the cyclic, retrospective and prismatic nature of the plausible argumentation process.

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