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Argumentative explicitness is normatively good, because it opens viewpoints to critical scrutiny. But advocates might justifiably fear that such explicitness will compromise persuasive effectiveness. This meta-analytic review discusses research evidence concerning the persuasive effects of two...
This article seek to understand the use of arguments in the scientific debate over the validity of the DRD2 A1 allele as a gene that causes alcoholism. We study this debate by investigating how the opposing parties advanced their argument to the scientific community. In the end, this case study...
The Supreme Court's 1996 ruling in Romer v. Evans is widely seen as a significant extension of civil rights to gays and lesbians. We offer a reading of Romer v. Evans (1996) that eschews traditional and formalistic legal analysis in favor of more critical approaches to understanding the role of...
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