Your Take: The Artful Dodge

Readers discuss how to dodge questions, and stop others from doing so.

“The Art of the Dodge,” from the March-April 2012 issue, explores new research by Harvard Kennedy School assistant professor Todd Rogers and Harvard Business School associate professor Michael I. Norton on how speakers dodge difficult questions.

What techniques do you employ to dodge questions? How do you prevent others from getting away with it?

This discussion is moderated, so your comment may not appear immediately.

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