Argumentation and Advocacy is an official publication of the American Forensic Association. The mission of Argumentation and Advocacy is to promote scholarship in the field by publishing the best argumentation and advocacy research from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives. It seeks to address a broad intellectual audience interested in argumentation studies from a wide array of scholarly traditions such as modern and classical rhetoric, formal and informal logic, intercollegiate forensics, media studies, communication studies, political science, social advocacy, social influence, legal studies, and any other field that concerns arguments and/or arguing.
A typical article for this journal should be no more than 9000 words. A typical book review for this journal should be no more than 1500 words.
For advice on preparing a manuscript to submit to the Journal, please refer to the Instructions for Authors here.
All submissions should be made online via Editorial Manager. If you haven't submitted a paper to this journal before, you will need to create an account in the submission centre.
Editor: Catherine L. Langford, Texas Tech University
Book Review Editor: David R. Dewberry, Rider University