lecture 13 - Public speaking as"enlarged...

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Public speaking as “enlarged  conversation” “Communication is a  systemic process   in which people  interact  through  symbols  to  create and interpret  meanings”  (Wood, 2006). Public speaking is  action  and  interaction!
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Who gives public speeches? Who indeed?
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Challenges Purpose and structure  Adaptation   to   audience Preparation/planning Managing apprehension Critical listening/response
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Traditional purposes for public  speaking Inform Entertain  Persuade
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Another purpose,   of course . . . (See Wood, pg. 11)
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establishment of religion, or prohibiting  the free exercise thereof; or abridging the  freedom of speech, or of the press; or the  right of the people peaceably to assemble,  and to petition the Government for a  redress of grievances. Article I
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