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Author Topic: National Journal of Speech & Debate (NJSD) Is Seeking Submissions  (Read 14738 times)
michael.ritter
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« on: November 22, 2012, 04:13:51 AM »

NJSD publishes articles, written by members of the speech and debate community, that address current issues in speech and debate. The Journal’s issues are published periodically throughout the year. For our first issue, visit: http://theforensicsfiles.com/journal-placeholder.html.

Current Deadline for Submissions for Volume I Issue 2: December 21, 2012.

Publishing scholarly articles may, for coaches, count toward professional development and raise one’s profile in the community. For students and judges, publishing articles can also enhance one’s ability to get admitted into college and graduate school and qualify for scholarships. Read more about the journal and submission guidelines at: http://www.theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html.

The Journal’s editors have editorial experience on academic journals including the Texas Law Review, the Review of Litigation, and the McGeorge Law Review. The editors also have published articles in several academic journals, and have a combined total of twenty-five years of experience in the speech and debate community.

We will get back to you as soon as practical with regard to whether we will publish your submitted article. Submissions will be returned to you with editorial changes via email for final approval prior to publication. Failure to reasonably comply with the Journal’s editorial schedule may result in the removal of your article from publication. Questions should be directed to Michael Ritter at webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
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« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2012, 08:01:01 PM »

The NJSD http://theforensicsfiles.com/journal-placeholder.html is still seeking one more article for its January 2013 Issue. Many of the issues in this Discussion category would be great topics for articles for the journal. Current Deadline is December 21, 2012. NJSD considers submissions on a rolling basis. For questions or comments email Michael Ritter: webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
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« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2013, 09:45:08 PM »

Volume I Issue 2 of the National Journal of Speech & Debate has been release for publication.

You can read it here.

Articles Include:

Nix the Nixonism:
   Identifying the Purposes of Debate Through Constituency,
   Accountability & Transparency


      BY MICHAEL J. RITTER

Activist Judging:
   A Question of Objectivity and Pedagogy
               

      BY PROFESSOR J.L. SCHATZ

Open Source Debating: A Difficult Decision

      BY CASEY HARRIGAN

Want to add to an academic discussion about current issues in debate? Submit a manuscript to Michael Ritter at webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
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« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2013, 03:53:24 PM »

NJSD is seeking submissions for its third and final issue for its first volume. The current deadline for submissions for Volume I Issue 3 is March 22, 2013. Please submit manuscripts to Michael Ritter at webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.

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« Reply #4 on: April 15, 2013, 11:56:53 AM »

Issue 3 of Volume I of the NJSD is now available for download here: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html

Contents include:

Critical Arguments Without Alternatives
 By Armands Revelins

A Case Against Punishment Theory in LD Debate: Objections to "Emo" Debate
 By Richard Colling

The NJSD is seeking submissions over the summer for its second volume. Submission Deadline September 1, 2013. Send questions and submissions to webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
 
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« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2013, 06:56:30 PM »

NJSD is seeking submissions for its first issue of its second volume. The current deadline for submissions for Volume II Issue 1 is September 9, 2013. Please submit manuscripts to Michael Ritter at webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
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« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2013, 11:30:57 PM »

Issue 1 of Volume II of the NJSD is now available for download here: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html

Contents include:

Positional Competition:
   More Than Just a Plan Text

      By Brett Bricker, PhD                  

How Forensics Saved My Life:
   The Impact of Forensics on Lower-SES Students   
      
      
                By Josh Hamilton, M.Ed.                  

Overcoming the Fiction of “Social Change Through Debate”:
    What’s to Learn from 2PAC’s Changes


      By Michael J. Ritter, J.D.                  

The NJSD is seeking submissions for Volume 2 Issue 2. Submission Deadline is December 1, 2013. Send questions and submissions to webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
 
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« Reply #7 on: April 09, 2014, 06:01:22 PM »

Issue 2 of Volume II of the NJSD is now available for download here: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html

Contents include:

How Durable Is It?
   A Contextualized Interpretation of
   Fiat in Policy Debate

      By Michael Kearney, M.A.               

Tailoring the Debate Format to Specific
Educational Goals
   
      By Manuele De Conti, PhD      


The NJSD is seeking submissions for Volume 2 Issue 3. Submission Deadline is May 15, 2014. Send questions and submissions to webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
 
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« Reply #8 on: August 10, 2014, 10:04:09 AM »

The NJSD is seeking submissions for Volume 3 Issue 1. The current deadline for submissions is September 15, 2014. Please submit manuscripts to Michael Ritter at webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.

Publishing with the NJSD may, for coaches, count toward professional development and raise one’s profile in the community. For students and judges, publishing articles can also enhance one’s ability to get admitted into college and university programs and qualify for scholarships.
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« Reply #9 on: October 23, 2014, 08:32:37 PM »

The NJSD has published the first issue of its third volume. Visit: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html The articles are:

“Don’t threaten to sue your judge”:
   An overview of the Legal Obligations
   of Judges, Schools & Organizations


      By Michael Ritter, J.D.                  

"Where emotions run high, and when it seems like no form of communication will convince the audience to change their views, members of debate organizations have sought recourse in the legal system."

Solving the Ethos Problem
   
      By Aaron Trujillo, B.S.                  

"[T]hrough its practices, contemporary Policy Debate creates a mini-polity; in doing so it solves some of the problems of ethos that plague rhetoricians and communications scholars."
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« Reply #10 on: November 13, 2014, 11:01:50 PM »

The NJSD is seeking submissions for Volume 3 Issue 2. Our previous issues have featured articles from PhDs, lawyers, graduates of master's programs, and career coaches. Our articles have been cited and read in rounds at the National Debate Tournament and in outrounds at the Tournament of Champions. We are looking to continue our strong tradition of contributing ideas on current issues in the speech and debate community.

The current deadline for submissions is January 10, 2015. Please submit manuscripts or inquiries to Michael Ritter at webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.

Publishing with the NJSD may, for coaches, count toward professional development and raise one’s profile in the community. For students and judges, publishing articles can also enhance one’s ability to get admitted into university programs and qualify for scholarships.
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« Reply #11 on: February 02, 2015, 01:03:20 PM »

The Forensics Files is proud to announce the second issue of the third volume of the National Journal of Speech & Debate. To download this issue visit: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html.

In this issue, are the following articles:

Role Confusion:
   The Case Against Policy Debate
   as a Role-Playing Exercise


      By Jacob William Justice               

Debater-Corporations and the Capitalism
of Competitive Interscholastic Programs:
   A Swift Proposal

   
      By Michael J. Ritter               
   
Critiquing Chimera:
   Part I

      By Richard J. Colling             

To download this issue, visit: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html.
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« Reply #12 on: September 26, 2015, 03:23:04 PM »

Issue 1 of Volume IV of the NJSD is now available for download here: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html

Contents include:

“What Does It All Mean, Basil?”:
      Interpreting Resolutions with Principles of Judicial Interpretation

      By Michael J. Ritter, J.D.                 

The NJSD is seeking submissions for Volume 4 Issue 2. Send questions and submissions to webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
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« Reply #13 on: January 31, 2016, 10:14:57 PM »

The NJSD has published its most recent issue, which special thanks to our sponsors George Mason Debate Institute and The Forensics Files is free to download here: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html

This issue includes the following articles:

Don’t Flip Out: Considering Abandonment of the  Coin Flip in Public Forum Debate

The Misappropriation of Identity Politics in Competitive Interscholastic Debate: How Identity Discourse Under Competition Rules  Disempowers the Disenfranchised & Undermines the Community’s Values of Diversity & Inclusivity
                                                                             
Critiquing Chimera: Part 2


We are seeking submissions and sponsors for our next issue. Send inquiries/submissions to us at webmaster@theforensicsfiles.com.
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« Reply #14 on: May 02, 2016, 04:44:52 PM »

The NJSD has released its most recent issue, which includes a symposium on Disability & Debate. This issue's articles include:

INTRODUCING A CONVERSATION ON ACCESSIBILITY, DISABILITY & DEBATE

By Joshua H. Miller

DYSLEXIA & DEBATE

By Natalie Nelson & Joshua H. Miller

DEAF DEBATERS

By Dr. C.L.S. Ferguson

ACCESSIBILITY & DEBATE CAMPS

By Kiranjeet Kaur Dhillon

THE DISABLED PERSON’S STRUGGLE IN ROUND & BEYOND: TAKING BACK FORMERLY ABLEIST EDUCATIONAL SPACES IN THE POST-ADA GENERATION

By Zach Richter

To access the issue, visit: http://theforensicsfiles.com/national-journal-of-speech-amp-debate.html
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