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How to Make and Use Argument Maps : Avoid Endless Discussions

By Hartel, Edgar

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Book Id: WPLBN0002829001
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Reproduction Date: 11/10/2013

Title: How to Make and Use Argument Maps : Avoid Endless Discussions  
Author: Hartel, Edgar
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Argument mapping
Collections: Authors Community, Education
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Publisher: Edgar Hartel
Member Page: Edgar Hartel


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Subject: How argument mapping can make discussions better (and shorter). Why different perceptions of reality can cause disagreement, and how diagrams can make people aware of this. Target audience: Everyone interested. No special knowledge required. Estimated reading time: 20-25 minutes. Should you prefer watching over reading, have a look at this video: Page layout: Allows easy reading without scrolling, even on very small screens. License: Free for non-commercial use, Creative Commons BY-NC-SA. Commercial use requires separate agreement. Technical information: Original PDF/A file size: 685 913 Byte MD5: 3abc45069b734d7d2a60b9331d55f33b (file integrity checksum)


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