Part of the IDEA (international Debate Education Association) S. Series
This text introduces readers to the basic types of arguments and how to criticize and engage them, including induction, deduction, and causation. Readers will also encounter how to prepare for argumentative situations and how to conduct themselves within them, including debates, panel discussions, public speeches and informal settings.
|Publication date:||15th February 2005|
|Author:||Robert B. Huber, Alfred C. Snider, Edwin W. Lawrence|
|Publisher:||International Debate Education Association|
|Categories:||Semantics, discourse analysis, etc,|
Robert B. Huber was Professor of Forensics at the University of Vermont prior to his death in 1996Alfred Snider is the Edwin W. Lawrence Professor of Forensics at the University of Vermont. A debate coach and teacher for over 30 years, he has received numerous national coaching and teaching awards. For the last 20 years he has been the Director of the World Debate Institute.More About Robert B. Huber, Alfred C. Snider, Edwin W. Lawrence