Evidence and Evidence
Lecture: Zuleika Lebow
What is evidence?
Noun: Evidence we have.
Verb: Doing the work to get evidence.
'Denote' is the most important.
If someone didn't want to be 'evidenced' then paraphrase and be honest about the situation. They can be marked as an anonymous participant.
Types of evidence:
Physical evidence: Artefacts, objects
Business documents: books, podcats, secondary research
Documented evidence: Photos, videos, recordings
Hearsay: Networking, recommendations
Framework for Evidence:
CER(R) (McNiel, Kvajcik, 2011)
Claim: the question
Reasoning: Why this question, looking at the whole of it.
Rebuttal: Case against.
(E.g. Why games? What if they hate games?)
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