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Unformatted text preview: Comm. 1: 11-3-2009 Public Communication and Persuasion NOTE: Persuasion parts of lecture are key for paper #2, but are not in textbooks! Public communication- One speaker (or panel) to an audience: doesn’t have to big group, can be discussion section size; can be a person just standing up in front of a table; best man speech (more intimate speeches can sometimes be more terrifying) - Types of public speaking: (which ever type is your goals will influence the way you speak)- Informative speaking- e.g. formal education, training seminars, company presentations- Motivational speaking- e.g. sermons, self-help, political rallies; not just inform but inspire people, and a little trickier than informative; not trying to change sides, just encourage excitement- Persuasive speaking- e.g. political speeches, TV/ radio “punditry”; change a person in something they think or do, to move someone to your side; so called experts giving their knowledge to push people to one direction; can be informal, between friends (come on let’s not...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2010 for the course COMM 1 taught by Professor Mullin during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.
- Fall '07