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This essay examines the limits of field theory in argumentation studies by addressing several issues: whether fields are primarily logical types or organized social arenas, the sources of symbolic authority within fields, and the roles of description and normativity in the development of field...
When preparing for presidential debate, candidates spend substantial time learning facts from briefing books. The present study examines whether or not this factual support actually improves a candidate's perceived effectiveness in a debate. Through content analysis, this study finds that higher...
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