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Argumentation skills are often touted as archetypal tools of democratic empowerment, yet theorization of ways to use such tools in activist projects outside of tournament contest rounds is rare. As a result, the emancipatory telos anchoring academic policy debate tends to gallop ahead of...
This meta-analytic review discusses research evidence concerning the persuasive effects of three variations in the articulation of an advocate's supporting argumentation. Greater explicitness in identification of the sources of information and in the completeness of an argument significantly...
Contemporary argumentation pedagogy is out of step with rhetorical theory. Just as the writings of Robert L. Scott and Friedrich Nietzsche influence rhetorical theory, so might they be useful in rethinking the way we teach argumentation and debate. This essay seeks a rapprochement between these...
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