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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/28/11 Stock Issues of Policy Debates
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4/28/11 Stock Issues Is there a compelling need for change? Secondarily: Have we heard this all before? If so, try to point to problems stemming from the situation that we may not have considered.
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4/28/11 Stock Issues Does the plan meet the need? Requires causal reasoning from empirical evidence Analogy could also be worked in Can work as affirmation or refutation
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4/28/11 Stock Issues Is the plan feasible?
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4/28/11 Stock Issues Do the advantages clearly outweigh the disadvantages? What are the possible disadvantages? Expense? Danger? Increased red tape? Infringement on others’ rights?
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Unformatted text preview: Do some people benefit at others’ expense? 4/28/11 Checklist for Full Proposals • Clearly identify the need for a change in the status quo • Present a specific plan • Specify the agent responsible for implementing the plan • Demonstrate that the plan is better than other plans the audience knows or would initially find plausible • Admit the plan’s disadvantages squarely— show them to be less onerous than the status quo • Give fair representation to opposing views in their strongest form 4/28/11 Monroe’s Motivated Attention Need Satisfaction Visualization Appeal to Action...
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  • Spring '11
  • Raskin
  • status quo, Master subtitle style, Stock issues, empirical evidence Analogy, Satisfaction Visualization Appeal

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