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Issue ownership theory (Petrocik, 1996) posits that each major political party “owns” a set of issues. Many voters tend to believe that the Republican Party is better suited for dealing with certain problems (e.g., national defense, foreign policy, crime) and that the Democratic Party is better...
Although it would seem assessments of the content of arguments, and especially their rational components, would he at the center of our field, there is not a large body of argumentation research that focuses on such questions. In Manifest Rationality, Ralph Johnson attempts to revitalize the...
The results of a survey of 227 forensics programs about the level of participation by women and minorities are presented. The results demonstrate that gender equity, as indicated by the approximately 50% participation rates seen for both males and females, is evident. About 25% of the...
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