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Communication Studies 212 - Argumentation & Advocacy

This guide is intended to help you research and find evidence to support an argument.

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Using Evidence in Debate 

Examine the strengths and weaknesses of three primary types of evidence: narrative evidence, empirical evidence, and evidence based on authority. As you review each type of evidence, you will see them in action as Professor Atchison applies them to debates about gun control, climate change, and physician-assisted suicide.

Running Time: 29 mins    Year: 2017   Features: Jarrod Atchison   Languages: English

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