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Welcome to the Subject Guide for Forensic Practicum: Debate. This guide is designed to help with both print and electronic resources available through the University Library.
How can evidence be presented for maximum effectiveness in arguments? Simply laying it all out is not always enough, but hiding parts of it is not the answer, either. This program begins by illustrating the meaning and significance of evidence and the presentation of evidence in numbers, percentages, rates, and over time. An argument against zoos then gives viewers the opportunity to evaluate how evidence is used to support the arguments being made. Author Roy van den Brink-Budgen (Critical Thinking for Students) then provides his analysis of the zoo case study.
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