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Argumentation

a prezi to teach argumentation to my class
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Aaron Duncan

on 20 January 2014

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Transcript of Argumentation

Argumentation
Appropriate Decision Makers
Support
Argumentation Defined: "the communicative process of advancing, supporting, criticizing, and modifying claims so that appropriate decision makers, defined by relevant spheres, may grant or deny adherence.”
Claim
the informed support
of others
those necessary to the ultimate implementation of the decision
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Adherence
a statement you want others to accept or act on
Subclaim
Factual claim
Value Claim
Policy Claim
Proposition
Claim
claim
Claim
Subclaim
Subclaim
Subclaim
Subclaim
Subclaim
Subclaim
Subclaim
Subclaim
Subclaim
3 Types of Claims
affirms that certain conditions exist in the material world and can be observed.
asserts the value of a person, place, thing or idea
tells someone or some agency how to behave
When a claim is used to justify another claim
Proposition
a claim that expresses the judgment that decision makers are asked to accept or reject
s u p p o r t
s u p p o r t
support
What it takes to get others to accept and
act on your claim
3 Types of support
Evidence
Values
Credibility
examples, statistics, or testimony
generalized conceptions of what are desirable ends or ways of behaving
when the person making the claim or the source reporting the claim, is regarded as credible, believable and worthy of adherence
Issue
the paralleling of two opposing
claims stated as a question
Proposition
(counter claim)
I S S U E
(form of a question)
A Practice
Practice of justifying
Require a decision
Operate in systems of uncertainty
What are the "Necessary Conditions" for Argumentation to occur?
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