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COMM112 Argument, Advocacy, & Debate

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Explores theories of persuasion. Examines argumentation in human interaction with an emphasis on how argumentation influences self, others, and community. Provides opportunities to develop skills of inquiry and advocacy through oral discourse, including critical analysis of reasoning and evidence. Investigates how argumentation, advocacy, and deliberation help communities in decision-making processes. Prerequisites: MTH 20 or equivalent placement test score, and WR 121 or any writing course for which WR 121 is a prerequiste. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)

Credits:
4.00
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22380SY Remote
Thursday
from 11am to 12:50pm

From April 1 through June 10, 2021
Textbooks for CRN 22380
Instructor: Kelly P Kehoe
Tuition: credit Fees: $0

Course details: CRN 22380

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Contact the Instructor: Kelly P Kehoe for more information. If you don't hear back from your instructor (especially during the summer), you can contact the department at 971-722-4264 (Office) or 971-722-4854 (Dept Chair).

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