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Arthur Rennels <[log in to unmask]>
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USA Debating in the WUDC Format <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 30 Nov 2011 11:28:05 -0600
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Steve,

I have a thought for a chapter that I'd be interested in developing that deals with developing arguments based upon topic deconstruction.  I've just returned from an International Debate Academy and watched 30 different nations debate in World format.  This topic goes beyond the typical topic (resolution) analysis.  This posits a deconstruction of the topic and the subsequent development of argument ideas.

Thanks, I'm happy to provide more if you need it.

Art


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>>> On 11/29/2011 at 8:38 AM, in message
<[log in to unmask]>, Stephen
Llano <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Greetings Colleagues:
> 
> I am co-editing a book with Nick Bibby and Sam Block on the art of
> adjudication. We seek people who wish to contribute an essay on this topic
> to be included in the book. It will be published by IDEA press.
> 
> Please send me a short message, not necessarily a formal abstract, and let
> me know if you would like to be included. We are soliciting any and all
> ideas related to the topic of adjudication. If you have a formal abstract
> and title, then rock on. Send it.
> 
> Please forward this message to anyone you know who might be interested who
> is not a member of this list.
> 
> Best Wishes,
> Steve

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