Matthew Sparks

Matthew Sparks - Stay away from biased or self-interested...

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Matthew Sparks Speech 103 TR935 Wittner, Louis Outline Ch. 7 Quoting and Paraphrasing Accurately Never misquote someone When paraphrasing do not change the meaning of statements Never quote out of context When quoting or paraphrasing someone, make sure that you use their words or ideas with accuracy Only use Qualified Sources Only use testimony from recognized experts or someone with special experience on the subject at hand Audiences find speech much more credible when using recognized sources Unbiased Sources
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Unformatted text preview: Stay away from biased or self-interested sources Use testimony from credible, objective authorities Identify the Sources You Quote or Paraphrase Identifying sources leaves the listener no doubt why he/she should respect the identified person(s) judgement Mattehw Sparks Speech 103 TR935 Wittner, Louis Examples, statistics, and testimony may be helpful Identify your source their name, and list his or her qualifications before presenting the testimony...
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