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3  Can persuasively convince the judge their argument is better than their opponents argument  Delivery  Content

4  Research wins debates  Research is fun!  Research gets creative

5  The final product of research Just one more card mom, promise!

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7 A) Tag B) Cite C) Card

8  Short summary of the argument your card makes  Why have a tag?  Convey your argument  Flowability  What should be included in a tag?  Claim  Warrant

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10 Attempts at alleged economic engagement is nothing more than a clever ruse for imperio- capitalist exploitation – the aff is a wolf in sheep’s clothing that threatens to bring upon the Third World a forced conformity with liberal governance that simply sustains violent assumptions of Western economic superiority

11  US-China war goes nuclear – diplomacy can’t check escalation

12  Why have a cite?  What to include in a cite?  Author name  Author qualifications  Date published  Article name  Source (Newspaper, Journal name, etc)  URL/Database found

13 Stras, Head of International Trade and Business Immigration at Cozen O’Connor, 1-21-’13 (Marcela, “The U.S. Mission In Mexico Increases Corporate Eligibility To Participate In Its Business Facilitation Program” Mondaq, lexis) Helman ‘11 Christopher Helman – Forbes Staff: Southwest Bureau covering Houston, the US energy capital – Forbes – “U.S. Should Drop Cuba Embargo For Oil Exploration” – December 12 th – s-should-drop-cuba-embargo-for-oil-exploration/

14  What to do:  Don’t skip paragraphs  Don’t cut off paragraphs  Don’t change paragraphs  You don’t have to include the entire article  Underline well!

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18 1) Open the debate template, Verbatim 2) Paste the article into Verbatim (F2) 3) Underline the article (F9 and F10) 4) Make the article pretty (F3 and Ctrl+8) 5) Write a tag (F7) 6) Write a cite (F8 for the author name and date) 7) Highlight the card (F11)

19  Copy - Ctrl-C (Command-C)  Paste - Ctrl-V (Command-V)  Cut - Ctrl-X (Command-X)  Undo - Ctrl-Z (Command-Z)  Select all - Ctrl-A (Command-A)

20  Switch windows – Alt+Tab (4-finger swipe/F3)  Select text – Shift + Arrows  Skip words – Ctrl + Arrows  Select paragraph – Ctrl + Shift + Arrow Up/Down  Select word – Ctrl + Shift + Arrow Left/Right

21  “Mexico’s Economy: Reality Bites” – The Economist

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23  No scientific formula for how to research  Start with broad searches to investigate where the literature is going

24  “Economic engagement solves nuclear war”  Picking the Right Language  Following the Lit  Footnotes!

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26  X bad, X nuclear war  Ignoring opposing evidence  Million cards, one argument  Truth

27  New tab – Ctrl+T  New window – Ctrl+N  Open in new window - Middle click/Ctrl+Click  Move to next window - Ctrl+Tab  Move to last window - Ctrl+Shift+Tab  Close tab - Ctrl+W  Select URL - F6 (Command-L)

28  Exact phrase search - “carne asada tacos”  Exclude a word - -flour tortilla  Synonyms - ~salsa  Website restriction – site:tacoswithoutborders.com  Wildcard – “a * saved is a * earned”  Around – tacos AROUND (5) bueno  Filetype – filetype:pdf

29 Americas Quarterly Brookings – Latin America Carnegie – Latin America Council on Foreign Relations – Americas Wilson Center – Latin America Financial Times – Beyond BRICs


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