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Vocabulary Quiz #3

Review for Debate I Vocabulary Quiz #3

An outline of all the arguments on both sides of the debate resolution. Brief
The process of breaking down an idea or a proposition into its elements. Analysis
A proposition that expresses judgments about the qualities of person, place, thing, idea, or event. In debate it is the guide to what should be done about the facts. Proposition of Value
When two things are typically found together, but they also vary together or if there is a change in one thing there is a change in the other thing as well is what type of linkage argument? Correlation
This type of evidence is based on observation or experience – superior to testimony and opinion evidence. Best evidence to use for PROPOSITIONS OF FACT. What type of evidence is this? Empirical Evidence
A proposition stated in the form of a motion. Resolution
When two things are typically found together, but they also vary together or if there is a change in one thing there is a change in the other thing as well is what type of linkage argument? Correlation
If individual members of a group share a characteristic, then the characteristic will be shared by all members of the group. This type of reasoning is known as what? Generalization
This type of research is found in most libraries, these are collections of pamphlets and clippings that relate to topics of current issues. Vertical Files
The type of reasoning where two objects or events are observed interacting, it is assumed that one of them causes the other. Cause/Effect Reasoning
In this type of reasoning you draw a conclusion about something unknown based on its similarity to a model that is known. Analogy
Information that is written from or interprets the primary source is what kind of source? Secondary Source
Data that forms the basis for conclusions. Evidence
Instances in which the example does not hold true is known as what kind of example? Counter Example
Research that comes directly from a book, magazine, newspaper or other documents is what kind of source? Primary Source
A statement of a course of action to be considered for adoption is what type of proposition? Proposition of Policy
Information which supports a claim. Proof
A statement that narrows the general discussion area. Problem Statement
A proposition that involves definition and classification in order to establish the truth of a claim. An objective statement that something exists is what kind of proposition? Proposition of Fact
On an evidence card in debate this is the topic heading, it is also known as what? Slug
A statement offered for consideration. Proposition
Issues of long standing social concern. Problem Area
This type of linkage argument establishes that where one phenomenon is found, the other phenomenon is likely to be found. Association
One phenomena causes the other. Causality
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