A Rogerian Argument is a style of communication that dates back to classical Greek days when speakers attempted to sway fellow votes through early style democratic debates. Arguments were built around gaining consensus with the listeners through seeking a middle ground when negotiating. Due to this strategy, the development of an argument differs from traditional styles. A collection of Rogerian argument topics to assist with encouraging your own debate.
Animal Research Should be Illegal.
Ban on Smoking in Public Places.
Condoms are Effective Towards Teen Pregnancy.
Condoms are Ineffective Towards Teen Pregnancy.
Creationism Should be Taught in All Schools.
Death Penalty is Morally Wrong.
Educational Curriculum Should Remain Conventional.
E-Learning Should be Part of the Educational Curriculum.
English Should Become the Official Language Spoken in the United States.
Euthanasia as Morally Permissible.
Euthanasia is Morally Wrong.
Evolution Should be Taught in All Schools.
Handgun Ownership as a Lawful Right.
Handgun Ownership as a Public Threat.
Legal Drinking Age Should be Lowered to Sixteen.
Legal Drinking Age Should be Raised to Twenty-One.
Marketing to Children is Morally Wrong.
Same-sex Marriage Should be Made Illegal.
Same-sex Marriage Should be Made Legal.
Smoking in Public Places is Permissible.
Teens Should Have the Right to Make Their Own Decisions.
Teens Should Not Have the Right to Make Their Own Decisions.
The Internet Should be Free from Censorship.
The Internet Should be Monitored by the Government.
The Use of Marijuana in Medicine Should be Legalized.
The Use of Marijuana Should Remain Banned.
Two-Child Policy Should be Legally Enforced.
Two-Child Policy Should Not be Enforced.
Voting Age for the National Elections Should be Lowered to Sixteen.
Voting Age for the National Elections Should be Raised to Twenty-One.
In 2012, an estimated 121 journalists were killed, more than any other year previously. An estimated 32% of journalists killed came from the Arab states with an equal amount killed in Asia and Pacific regions. May 3rd stands as a special day to promote World Press Freedom Day around the world. The below infographic outlines the facts and statistics about free speech in the media around the world.