"Debate in Cyberspace", or online debate, is a powerful grassroots political tool that brings you and your best ideas in direct conflict with your adversaries and their best ideas, all in full view of any number of spectators who may not as of yet made up their minds. The potential to gain supporters is great, but so is the risk of losing some of these undecided people forever. This book is packed full of first hand knowledge gained through a decade of experience debating hot button issues online to help you convince undecided folks that your ideas are the best out there, and they should join you.
In this book you'll see what elements make up a solid logical argument so you can trim away excess words and deliver a big impact in a statement short enough that everyone will read it. You'll discover the best ways to approach an argument when you enter a debate on a site predominately filled with opposition members, and how you might alter your strategy when debating others who basically agree with you on sites dedicated to individuals with similar beliefs to your own. You'll gain insight into online debate strategy, differing from in person or classroom debate in key ways that you'll learn to exploit.
You'll learn the best ways to begin a debate of your own and get the opposition to respond fast, and how to keep them arguing to get the most out of them.
You'll see examples of how to attack and how to defend, and dirty tricks to watch out for along the way.
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About the Author
Jeremy Lockhart has a passion for writing that began at an early age after a paranormal experience sparked an interest in reading ghost stories. Debate in Cyberspace is his first published work. Jeremy is currently writing several non-fiction and fiction books, so be on the lookout for new titles.