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By Any Other Name: On the Merits of Moving Beyond Forensics

  title={By Any Other Name: On the Merits of Moving Beyond Forensics},
  author={James J. Kimble},
  journal={Speaker and Gavel},
This essay argues that the interscholastic speaking and debating activity that calls itself forensics has effectively lost the battle for its own name. As students of and experts in rhetoric and performance, members of the forensics community should be the first to recognize the importance of an undisputed name. Yet the community continues to call itself by a name that medical science has overtaken. The resulting confusion does the community no favors and weakens the activity within the academy… 

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