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NOEMI, Cristián  y  ROSSEL, Sebastián. Psychosocial characteristics and argumentative density in elderly people. Logos [online]. 2019, vol.29, n.1, pp.182-195. ISSN 0716-7520.  http://dx.doi.org/10.15443/rl2914.

This work pretends to unveil the relationship between the psychosocial features grouped under the argument frame concept (Hample, 2005) and the degree of discursive density (Noemi, 2013; Hammer y Noemi, 2015) that is reached by a sample of 243 older adults in the production of argumentative discourses. In order to specify the main psychosocial features of the sample’s subjects, the Hample test (Pizarro y Rodríguez, 2013) was employed. In order to evaluate argumentative density, all of the participants were asked for an essay about a controversial situation derived from the Dilemma of the D.I.T. Questionnaire (Rest, 2013). The information crossover between both instruments allowed the establishment of a significant relationship between the way in which the older adults frame reality and the discursive products through which it is communicated.

Palabras clave : Argumentative density; Framing; Argument frames; Older adults.

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