Vol 12 (1991)

Table of Contents

Articles

Using argument fields to construct criteria in non-policy debate
Bill Hill
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1-11
What killed Schrodinger's cat? parametric topicality, that's what
David Berube
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12-26
The impact of paradigm consistency on taxonomic boundaries in CEDA debate
Craig Dudczak, Donald Day
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27-47
Inexperienced and experienced debate judges: beyond 'name calling'
Sam Cox, Tammy Honse
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48-66
Meaning as language use: the case of the language-linked value objection
Ken Bahm
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67-78
Black participation in CEDA debate: a quantification and analysis
Peter Loge
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79-87
A study of CEDA and NDT finalists speaking rates
Kent Colbert
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88-94
What do they have that I haven't got? comparison survey data of the resources and support systems of top CEDA programs and directors
Jack Rogers
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95-105
A report on the 1991 CEDA assessment conference
Walter Ulrich
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106-107
A bibliometric analysis of the CEDA yearbook
Don Brownlee, Julia Johnson, Mike Buckley
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108-120