Comm Chapter 2

Comm Chapter 2 - Comm Chapter 2- Applied and Academic...

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Comm Chapter 2- Applied and Academic Debate Debate can be classified into two broad categories: Applied and educational. Applied Debate is conducted on propositions in which the advocates have a special interest, and the debate is presented before a judge or and audience with the power to render a binding decision on the proposition. a. Special Debate -special rules like presidential debate b. Judicial Debate - also known as moot court debate in academic form c. Parliamentary Debate- entended to pass, amend, or defeat a motion or resolution d. Nonformal Debate -no real set of rules almost like a social argument. Academic debate is conducted of propositions in which the advocates have an academic interest. Judges are told to overlook the merits of the proposition and render a decision on the merits of the debate. Confucianism says that there is only one truth and that truth will always be known regardless of ones ability to debate for or otherwise. History of Academic debate-
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2007 for the course COMM 2030 taught by Professor Nelson,s. during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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