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Unformatted text preview: 1. When audience is neutral on a topic, havent fully decided 2. Create lack of harmony; create dissonance 3. Give enough info so they stand strong on your side c. Audience analysis i. Determining targeted audience 1. Who do you really want to focus your speech on? ii. Assess motivation of audience 1. What will motivate them to do something? 2. People like pleasure, not pain d. Constraints i. Audience ii. Selective listening dont like to listen to things we dont agree with 1. Focus on where youre similar iii. Selective perception what audience is willing to take in and process 1. Audience can deny what youre talking about iv. Belittle the source 1. Multiple authors and multiple sources v. Compartmentalize what youre saying 1. Situational ideas vi. Selective influence 1. Listeners can feel overwhelmed at the end of a speech 2. Past influences...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course COM 110 taught by Professor Riehl during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.
- Spring '08