ENG112-WOOD-CH10-PPT-6e - Chapter 10 Rogerian Argument and...

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Chapter 10 Rogerian Argument and Common Ground
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Rogerian Argument Named for Carl Rogers Reduces conflict and establishes common ground Finds common ground through Restatement and validation of opponents’ position
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Achieving Common Ground in Rogerian Argument Demonstrate that you value the other ideas Rhetorical Situation is important (TRACE)
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Rogerian Argument as Strategy Written argument reduces sense of threat and conflict Writers let readers know they have been understood. Writers show how readers’ positions are valid in certain contexts and under certain conditions. Writers get readers to believe that both of them share the same values, types of experience, attitudes, and perceptions and are thus similar in significant ways.
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Rogerian Argument as Strategy Listen empathetically (involving understanding) Writer provides neutral summaries Listen nonjudgmentally Show genuine agreement Regard opposition in positive manner
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2009 for the course ENG ENG 112 taught by Professor Rebeccapumphrey during the Spring '09 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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ENG112-WOOD-CH10-PPT-6e - Chapter 10 Rogerian Argument and...

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