Unformatted text preview: General references, Special References, Current Periodicals and Newspapers, Databases, Web Sites, and Keyword Searches. (interviews and correspondence) ( When searching ask who is concerned with the proposition, who is for it and who is against it. This will help lead you in the right directions on your search for relevant references.) Many times conflicting evidence and conflicting interpretations of the same evidence are, of course, inherent in argumentation. If there were no controversy, there would be no debate. Reading with a purpose. Before you begin reading have an idea of what it is you are trying to find. Material was once stored on index cards in recipe boxes or long file drawers. Now more so then back then, page size briefs are kept in folders and expandable files (still called a card though.)...
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- Spring '07
- spontaneously contribute ideas, times conflicting evidence, ideas Record ideas, DEBATE CENTRAL web