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ARGUMENTATION
reason giving in communicative situations by people whose purpose is the justification of acts, beliefs, attitudes and values
coercion
the threat or use of force
debate
the process of inquiry and advocacy; the seeking of a reasoned judgment on a prop
good reasons
reasons that are psychologically compelling for a given audience, that make further inquiry both unnecessary and redundant


hence, justifying a decision to affirm or reject a prop
persuasion
communication intended to influence the acts, beliefs, attitudes and values of others
propaganda
the use of persuasion by a group (often closely knit org) in a sustained, organized campaign using multiple media for the purpose of influencing a mass audience