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Documents From 2017

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What Traits are Learned?: Determining the Levels of Argumentativeness and Verbal Aggressiveness in Competitive Parliamentary Debate, Lisa Leigh Roth

Documents From 2016

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Physical Challenges in Forensics: An Autoethnography Advocating for Accommodations on Behalf of Speakers with Physical Challenges in Competitive Speech Environments, Elise McCauley Row

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Every(day) Identities in Forensics: Performing Identities Within the Constraints of Intercollegiate Forensics, Julie Louceil Germain Walker

Documents From 2015

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Sit, Stand, Speak: Examining the Perceptions of the Basic Public Speaking Student on Normative Forensic Practices and their Effect on Competitor Credibility in Oratory, Katie Marie Brunner

Documents From 2014

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Going Public: An Organizational Autoethnographic Exploration of the International Public Debate Association, Adam Matthew Key

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"It's Not About You": Exploring the Liminal Experiences of Graduate Forensic Coaches, Christopher Paul Outzen

Documents From 2012

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Older, Wiser, Novice: An Autoethnographic Study of Nontraditional Students' Participation in Collegiate Forensics, Laura Kathleen Pelletier

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Tying It All Together: An Autoethnographic Exploration of LGBTQ Forensic Competitors, Alyssa Barrie Reid

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Forensics and the Basic Communication Course: A New Path to Satisfying Learning Outcomes, Benjamin Walker

Documents From 2011

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Defining Success: Examining What it Means to be Good in Forensics, David J. Brennan