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ENGL227 Week One Assignment – Audience Profile This audience profile is required as part of the week one assignment. Answer the questions below to create a thorough profile for your primary audience, Jeff Clarke, and your secondary audience, Human Resources. 1. Is my primary audience external or internal? Internal 2. What are some key demographics about my audience, such as age, gender, family situation, etc.? Age is mid thirties, male, sick grandma. 3. How much does my audience know about the topic? Very Knowledgeable 4. How much formality does my audience prefer? No formal 5. How do I expect my audience to react to this message? upset 6. What are my audience’s values in relation to this message? What do they care about most? High values and they care more about grandma than their job responsibility. 7. What do I want my audience to think, do, feel, or believe after reading my message?
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Unformatted text preview: I want them to come to work and feel that the other family members will take care of grandma, and believe that we do care about family. 8. Are there any benefits for my audience that are related to this message? Yes it will hopefully open his eyes to the situation at work and the hardship he is putting on everyone else. 9. What information do I need to include for the secondary audience? Occurrences that have occurred be this to spark this documentation and denial of request. 10. Which medium is most appropriate for this message and this audience? Why? Formal memo, that way a paper trail will be started and kept track of in case of termination is required. Large Metro Hotel Memo To: Jeff Clarke From: David Lynch CC: Date: 07:09:42 Re: Denied Emergency Leave...
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