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1.Please choose the least correct and complete ordering of the stock issues from the lists below: a.Significance, Harms, Inherency, Topicality, Solvency b.Inherency, Significance, Harms, Solvency, Topicality c.Topicality, Inherency, Significance, Solvency, Desirability, Harms d.Topicality, Desirability, Inherency, Significance/Harms, Solvency e.Topicality, Inherency, Significance/Harms, Solvency, Desirability 2.Type of permutation where the affirmative advocates another action in addit
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  1.Please choose the least correct and complete ordering of the stock issues from the lists below: a.Significance, Harms, Inherency, Topicality, Solvency b.Inherency, Significance, Harms, Solvency, Topicality c.Topicality, Inherency, Significance, Solvency, Desirability, Harms d. Topicality, Desirability, Inherency, Significance/Harms, Solvency e.Topicality, Inherency, Significance/Harms, Solvency, Desirability 2.Type of permutation where the affirmative advocates another action in addition to the affirmative plan text: a. severance b. intrinsicness  c. qualitative d.minor repair 3.Affirmatives are only allowed to offer permutations if the negative agues a kritik or a counterplan. a.true  b. false 4.Type of judge who thinks that the resolution is can best be tested through preponderance of examples: a. hypotester   b.stock issues c.tabula rasa d. flay e.policymaker 5.The idea that an affirmative plan has to have all stock issues presented in the 1AC: a.prima facia b.tabula rasa c.a priori d.e pluribus unum e.bis teriblis 6.The term used to describe the idea that the stock issue in question - usually topicality  –  should be determined before all other issues in the round: a.prima facia b.tabula rasa c.a priori d.e pluribus unum e.bis terriblis 7.There term used to describe the intellectual process whereby the plan presented by the affirmative becomes the example of the resolution debated in policy debate round: a.fiat b.parameterization c.elliptical rationalization d.exampling e.hypotesting 8.the traditional affirmative model for case development is best described as: a.plan, Solvency, harms, Significance b.Inherency, Harms, Solvency, Topicality c. Inherency, Harms, plan, Solvency  d.Inherency, plan, harms, solvency, harms, solvency e.Inherency, Signifcance, Topicality, Solvency 9.The comparative advantage model of case structuring: a.plan, Solvency, harms, Significance b.Inherency, Harms, Solvency, Topicality c.Inherency, Harms, plan, Solvency d. Inherency, plan, harms, solvency, harms, solvency  e.Inherency, Signifcance, Topicality, Solvency 10.A plan involving supreme court action (9 people) requires MORE fiat power than a plan involving congressional action (535 people).  a.true b.false 11.The idea that all arguments can be reduced to claims, sources, and warrants is expressed by this person’s model of argumentation:   a.Tulman b.Solt c.Baker d.Tookey e.Zarefsky 12.Weakest Inherent barrier presentable by the affirmative: a.attitudinal b.structural c.core d.existential e.intrinsicness 13.The stock issue of inherency can best be described as: a.the plan is an example of the resolution b.the probability that the plan will occur in the status quo c.the plan solves for significant problems in the status quo d. there are significant barriers to plan passage  e.the harms that the affirmative seeks to address are deeply ingrained in status quo power structures 14.The stock issue of topicality can best be described as a question of: a.does the plan solve for the resolution b.is the resolution properly identified by the affirmative plan c.is the affirmative plan an example of the resolution d.is the affirmative case a proper interpretation of the resolution e.is the affirmative plan a proper operating parameter for the debate  Assuming that the affirmative plan presented is to pass the McCain Senate Bill to Ban Torture for the next series of questions: 15. Which is the worst example listed below of an Inherency argument hypothetically waged by the negative: a.The plan is unnecessary because torture is not happening at US military bases any more. b.The McCain Bill is likely to pass the Joint House-Senate Committee and will become a law in the status quo. c.The President issues an executive order banning torture by military personnel. d.The McCain Bill has passed a House Senate Joint Committee, has passed the House and Senate, and the President has signed the law into effect. e.The Majority of Congressmen in theory already support the McCain Amendment. 16.An argument that the Pentagon is already revising its policies internally to ban torture would best be described as: a. an inherency press b. a harms press c. a solvency press d. a topicality press e. a significance press  Assume that the plan presented is to ban the practice of rendition through Congressional action: 17.The best intrinsic takeout argument against the affirmative plan would be: a.rendition cannot be stopped because CIA activities are classified.  b.private contractors can be employed to fill the gap in rendition practices c.CIA operatives will kill people rendered to cover up breaches of law d.the Supreme Court would rule such limitations on the War Powers of the President unconstitutional e.the President will be more likely to start a war with Syria to draw terrorist activity away from U.S. targets and to shore up perceived security risks 18.An offensive extrinsic turn argument would be: a.rendition cannot be stopped because CIA activities are classified. b.private contractors can be employed to fill the gap in rendition practices c.CIA operatives will kill people rendered to cover up breaches of law d.the Supreme Court would rule such limitations on the War Powers of the President unconstitutional e.the President will be more likely to start a war with Syria to draw terrorist activity away from U.S. targets and to shore up perceived security risks 19.The judo flip would be: a.rendition cannot be stopped because CIA activities are classified. b.private contractors can be employed to fill the gap in rendition practices c.CIA operatives will kill people rendered to cover up breaches of law d.the Supreme Court would rule such limitations on the War Powers of the President unconstitutional e.the President will be more likely to start a war with Syria to draw terrorist activity away from U.S. targets and to shore up perceived security risks 20.The best example of an effects topical definition-based topicality argument against the rendition case would be: b.the affirmative plan would limit the detention ability of more governments than just the United States c.the affirmative plan only decreases the ability to detain as an effect of the plan d.the affirmative plan, by specifying Congressional action, unfairly renders th e negative’s arguments concerning executive action obsolete e.the affirmative plan, by not specifying a specific vote count on the bill at hand, unfairly renders negative counterplan arguments about overriding a presidential veto obsolete. 21. The best example of an OSPEC argument against the rendition case would be: a.a person rendered is detained by a foreign government, not the US federal government b.the affirmative plan would limit the detention ability of more governments than just the United States c.the affirmative plan only decreases the ability to detain as an effect of the plan d.the affirmative plan, by specifying Congressional action, unfairly renders the negative’s arguments concerning executive action obsolete e.the affirmative plan, by not specifying a specific vote count on the bill at hand, unfairly renders negative counterplan arguments about overriding a presidential veto obsolete. 22. The best example of an ASPEC argument against the rendition case would be: a.a person rendered is detained by a foreign government, not the US federal government b.the affirmative plan would limit the detention ability of more governments than just the United States c.the affirmative plan only decreases the ability to detain as an effect of the plan d.the affirmative plan, by specifying Congressional action, unfairly renders the negative’s arguments concerning executive action obsolete e.the affirmative plan, by not specifying a specific vote count on the bill at hand, unfairly renders negative counterplan arguments about overriding a presidential veto obsolete. 23.Mr. Rach is best typified as which type of judge: a.Lay b. game theorist c. tabula rasa d. policymaker e . critic of argument  24.Which type of judge should places the least emphasis on explicit evidence in the round:  a.game theorist b. hypotester c. tabula rasa  d. policymaker e.flay 25.The judge type least open to new ideas and ways to argue in a round: a.policymaker b. stock issues  c. tabula rasa d. lay e. hypotester 26.All of the following are components of a traditional topicality challenge by the negative except: a. interpretation b.standards for best definition c.voting issues d. definitions e.criterion for exception  27.Which of the following is not an example of a general affirmative counterstandard? a.reasonability b.100 percent non-topical  c.reverse voter d.ground e.field context 28.There are this many types of inherency described by most debate textbooks: a. 2 b. 3 c. 4  d. 5 e. 6 29.The following are all components of a traditional disadvantage with the exception of: a.uniqueness b. linearity  c. brink d. impact e. link 30.All arguments involving causality have some aspec of linearity, including disadvantages.  A.true B. false  31. The negative disadvantage component of Brink most closely resembles which aff case stock issue: a.Inherency  b. topicality c. impact d.solvency e. significance/harms 32.The negative disadvantage component of Impact most closely resembles which affirmative stock issue: a.Inherency b. topicality c. impact d.solvency e. significance/harms   Assume a disadvantage posited as follows for the next series of questions: the United States, if deprived of effective tools to prevent terrorism domestically, is more likely to make war against nations perceived as threats in the Middle East; namely  –  Syria. 33.The affirmative responds that the president does not have the manpower to conduct a war other than Iraq, so the disadvantage is not tenable. This address the issue of: a.uniqueness b. impact c . internal link  d. link e.inherency 34.The aff responds that the affirmative plan in question, rendition, decreases the likelihood of terrorism, so the US will be less likely to engage in a war with Syria. This argument would be best be classified as a challenge of: a.uniqueness b. impact c. external link d. link e. threshold 35.The argument in question 34 could further be typified as which type of argument: a.extrinsic turn b. intrinsic turn c. double turn d. specific turn e. impact turn 36.The aff responds that a war with Syria would be good because Syria is a dangerous rogue nation that needs regime change. This argument could best be typified as: a.extrinsic impact turn b. impact turn  c. link turn d. specific turn e. double turn 37.The aff responds that a war with Syria would be good because it would decrease the likelihood of a US attack on Iran, which would be disastrous. This argument would best be typified as: a.extrinsic impact   turn  b.impact turn c.double turn d.specific turn e.intrinsic impact turn 38.The affirmative makes the response in question number 34 and the response in question number 37. This would constitute which type of situation: a.straight turn b. impact turn c. double turn  d.specific turn e.intrinsic impact turn

Bharat San Char

Jul 28, 2017
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