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Macagno, F., & Trevisan, A. (2023). Strategic communication in the Covid-19 pandemics. Uses of arguments and manipulative tactics in institutional social media communication. In C. Ilie (Ed.), Manufacturing Dissent: Manipulation and Counter-Manipulation in Times of Crisis. John Benjamins.
Macagno, F. (2023). Practical (un)cancellability. Journal Of Pragmatics, 215.
Macagno, F. (2023). Presuppositional Fallacies. Argumentation.
Macagno, F. (2023). Questions as Dialogue Games. The Pragmatic Dimensions of “Authentic” Questions. Studies In Philosophy And Education, 42.
Macagno, F., & Damele, G. (2023). The boundaries of lying: Casuistry and the pragmatic dimension of interpretation. Journal Of Argumentation In Context, 12.
Macagno, F., & Cundall, M. (2022). The Argumentative "Logic" of Humor. Philosophy And Rhetoric, 55.
Macagno, F. (2022). Argumentation profiles and the manipulation of common ground. The arguments of populist leaders on Twitter. Journal Of Pragmatics, 191.
Walton, D., Macagno, F., & Sartor, G. (2021). Statutory interpretation: Pragmatics and argumentation. Cambridge University Press.
Macagno, F., & Rapanta, C. (2019). The logic of academic writing. Wessex Press.
Macagno, F. (2018). A dialectical approach to presupposition. Intercultural Pragmatics, 15.
Macagno, F. (2018). Assessing relevance. Lingua, 210-211.
Macagno, F., & Walton, D. (2017). Interpreting straw man argumentation. The pragmatics of quotation and reporting. Springer.
Macagno, F., & Bigi, S. (2017). Analyzing the pragmatic structure of dialogues. Discourse Studies, 19.
Macagno, F. (2016). Argument relevance and structure. Assessing and developing students’ uses of evidence. International Journal Of Educational Research, 79.
Macagno, F., Mayweg-Paus, E., & Kuhn, D. (2015). Argumentation Theory in Education Studies: Coding and Improving Students’ Argumentative Strategies. Topoi, 34.

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