Vol 21 (2000)

Table of Contents

Articles

Characteristics of top fifty CEDA programs at the dawn of the new millennium
Michael Bauer, Kelly Young
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1-21
A quantitative analysis of eight versus six rounds of preliminary competition
Kelly McDonald, Jeffrey Jarman
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22-32
A preliminary study of the relationships between social support, self-esteem, and perceptions of sexual harassment in intercollegiate debate
Mark Jones, Glenda Treadaway
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33-52
Debunking mini-max reasoning: the limits of extended causal chains in contest debating
Don Brownlee
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53-73
Invitational debate
Kenneth Broda-Bahm
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74-75
Intercollegiate debate as invitational rhetoric: an offering
Jeffrey Hobbs, Jodee Hobbs, Jeffrey Bile, Sue Lowrie, Amanda Wilkins, Virginia Milstead, Kristina Wallace
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76-94
Response
Sonja Foss
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95-98
Response
Cindy Griffin
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99-101
Response
Josina Makau
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102-105
Reasoning together as dialectical partners: 'beyond persuasion' toward 'cooperative argumentation'
Jeffrey Bile
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106-115
Book Reviews
Nicholas Burnett, Heidi Hamilton, Sue Wenzlaff, Leah White
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116-129