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ERIC Number: ED120850
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 14
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Recent Changes in the Nature of Inherency.
Ulrich, Walter
This paper examines changes that have occurred concerning the nature of inherency, in order to establish a better framework with which to evaluate the nature of the concept. Four changes are examined: the trend toward simular positions taken by affirmative and negative teams; the development of new types of inherency positions; growing differences in the views participants in debate have of inherency; and the introduction of new strategic responses to the problem of inherency. It is concluded that these trends make it difficult and sometimes impossible for a negative team to win total inherency. This limitation of inherency requires negative teams to view inherency as only one issue in a debate, although it may be an important issue, and to coordinate their stand on this one issue with their other positions to allow their position, at the end of the debate, to be the strongest position in the round. (TS)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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