Pearls15 - policy 7 Speakers still maintain specific...

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Pearls Ch. 15 1. No matter what your topic is, you have to make sure that your goals are ethically sound. 2. There is no place in ethical speechmaking for deliberately false or deceptive statements. 3. In persuasive speeches audience adaptation become much more critical. 4. Persuasion is more something a speaker does with an audience rather than to an audience. 5. No matter how well you are informed on your topic it is rare that you will actually be able to persuade all of your audience, so don’t fret over winning everyone over to your side. 6. Three types of persuasion: Question of fact, Question of value, Question of
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Unformatted text preview: policy. 7. Speakers still maintain specific purposes, central ideas, and main points. 8. In a question of policy the speaker needs to address three main points: need, plan, and practicality. 9. There are four types organization methods for question of policy speeches: Problem-Solution order, Problem-Cause-Solution order, comparative advantages order, and Monroe’s motivated sequence. 10. Monroe’s holds a different style it has: attention, need, satisfaction, visualization, and action....
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