Alfred Snider - Lectures for the World

  1. This video is of a lecture for the class "Presidential Campaign rhetoric" concerning the political influence of media and political advertisements. The class is offered by the Speech and Debate program at the University of Vermont and the instructor is Alfred Snider.

    For more information, see the class blogsite at spch214camprhet.blogspot.com/

    This video is produced by DEBATE CENTRAL (debate.uvm.edu ) a debating website founded in 1994. DEBATE CENTRAL is a non-profit service of the World Debate Institute, the Lawrence Debate Union and the University of Vermont, and is designed to promote debating at all levels, in all languages, and all around the world. Our server is provided by the University of Vermont. The System Operator is Alfred C."Tuna" Snider. The Technical Advisors are Andrew Hendrickson and Wesley Wright. The Business Manager is Lionel Palardy.

    Raw archive of debate videos for download are at
    uvm.edu/~debate/watch/

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  2. ARGOMENTARE LE PROPRIE RAGIONI.
    ORGANIZZARE, CONDURRE E VALUTARE UN DIBATTITO

    This an invited talk at the University of Padua, Italy in November 2010. The organizers asked for a speech about the promise of debate as a way of education. The speaker is Alfred Snider of the University of Vermont.

    Here is the program.

    ARGOMENTARE LE PROPRIE RAGIONI.
    ORGANIZZARE, CONDURRE E VALUTARE UN DIBATTITO

    Padova 18 e 19 novembre 2010
    Piazza Capitaniato, 3 Padova
    Sala delle Edicole - Arco Valaresso

    Giovedì 18 novembre ore 15 – 19

    Sessione teorica: Fondamenti e finalità di una formazione al dibattito

    15.00 Saluto del prof. Alessandro Martin, Prorettore alle Relazioni Internazionali, Università di Padova

    15.15 Adelino Cattani, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Università di Padova, Filosofi e retori
    15.30 Giulio Zennaro, Professore di filosofia e storia, Liceo “Concetto Marchesi”, Dialogo e argomentazione: la disputa filosofica come esperienza didattica
    16.00 Manuele De Conti, Dottore in Filosofia, Gestire il disaccordo
    Per ACPD - Associazione per la Cultura e la Promozione del Dibattito

    16.30 Rafael Jiménez Cataño, Pontificia Università Santa Croce, Roma, Risorse per gestire stereotipi e fenomeni simili
    Per IASC - International Association for the Study of Controversies

    17.00 Pausa ristoro

    17.30 Paolo Boschi e Lucia Sprugnoli, Formatori, Fatti, valori e dibattito
    Per APOGEO – Agenzia Formativa, Firenze

    18.00 Paola Cantù, Université de Provence e Italo Testa, Università di Parma, L’analisi della stampa come momento di formazione al dibattito
    Per ERGO - Associazione di pratica e teoria dell'argomentazione

    18.30 -19 Discussione

    Venerdì 19 novembre ore 9 – 13

    Sessione operativa: Come organizzare, condurre e valutare un dibattito

    9.00 Alfred C. Snider, University of Vermont, USA e W.D.I. – World Debate Institute, Critical Method for the 21th Century.
    9.30 Bojana Skrt, Debate Academy Slovenia e ZIP – Pro et Contra, Istituto per la cultura del dialogo, Why and how to start debate programme. Case study of Slovenia.
    10.00 Antonio Martín Sanchez, Direttore del Torneo de Debate con Acento, Università Pablo Olavide di Sevilla, Competición y formación en el debate. La experiencia organizativa de “Con Acento”
    10.30 Pausa ristoro
    11.00 Amnon Knoll, Tel-Aviv University, School of Philosophy, Arguing our reasons and other reasons for arguing. Controversies theory and political debate
    11.30 Claudio Fuentes Bravo e Cristian Santibáñez Yáñez, Università Diego Portales -UDP Santiago del Cile e CEAR - Centro de Estudios de la Argumentación y el Razonamiento, Designing debates: a dialogique- cognitive approach
    12.00 – 13.00 Discussione e conclusione dei lavori.

    È prevista la traduzione simultanea dall’inglese.

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  3. This is a lecture for the University of Vermont course, SPCH 111 Persuasion. It is taught by Dr. Alfred C. Snider. Contact him at alfred.snider@uvm.edu .

    This lecture was used in the class at UVM while the speaker was away at the Third international Conference on Argumentation, Rhetoric, Debate and the Pedagogy of Empowerment, 22-23 October 2010, held in Maribor, Slovenia.

    debate.uvm.edu/debateblog/better/Welcome.html

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  4. Applying the basic elements of African rhetorical theory to a number of real examples of rhetorical acts of various sorts.

    Alfred Snider is the Edwin Lawrence Professor of Forensics at the University of Vermont and the director of the World Debate Institute.

    africanamericanrhetoric.blogspot.com/

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  5. This is a video lecture for the class "Argument & Decision" taught by Alfred Snider at the University of Vermont. The lecture concerns one of the ideas developed by Chaim Perelman to further his attempt to link philosophy with rhetoric, and in this case argumentation. His concept of the "universal audience" will be discussed.

    The main website for the class is at
    argumentanddecision.blogspot.com/

    Video by Alfred Snider, Edwin Lawrence Professor of Forensics at the University of Vermont, made in October 2009 before he goes off to Qatar for an eight-day debate workshop. Because he will miss class, he has videotaped a few lectures, including this one.
    debate.uvm.edu

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Alfred Snider - Lectures for the World

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These are lectures delivered around the world as well as additional online material. These lectures may have a relationship to debating, but they are not formal debate instruction.

The speaker is Alfred Snider, Edwin Lawrence Professor of Forensics


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These are lectures delivered around the world as well as additional online material. These lectures may have a relationship to debating, but they are not formal debate instruction.

The speaker is Alfred Snider, Edwin Lawrence Professor of Forensics at the University of Vermont and director of the Lawrence Debate Union debate.uvm.edu/debateblog/LDU/Team.html and the World Debate Institute debate.uvm.edu/debateblog/wdi/Welcome.html . See his professional web page at debate.uvm.edu/alfredsnider.html

This video is produced by DEBATE CENTRAL (debate.uvm.edu ) a debating website founded in 1994. DEBATE CENTRAL is a non-profit service of the World Debate Institute debate.uvm.edu/debateblog/wdi/Welcome.html , the Lawrence Debate Union debate.uvm.edu/debateblog/LDU/Team.html and the University of Vermont uvm.edu/ , and is designed to promote debating at all levels, in all languages, and all around the world. Our server is provided by the University of Vermont. The System Operator is Alfred C."Tuna" Snider. The Technical Advisors are Andrew Hendrickson and Wesley Wright. The Business Manager is Lionel Palardy.

Raw archive of debate videos for download
uvm.edu/~debate/watch/

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