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Chapter 1: Speaking with Confidence COMM 100 Professor Krueger
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Why Study Public Speaking? Empowerment: Having resources, information and attitudes that lead to action to achieve a  desired goal Employment: skills such as how to ethically adapt information to listeners, organize your  ideas, persuade others, and hold listeners'  attention are among the skills most sought  after by employers
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Public speaking is planned Public speaking is formal The roles of public speakers and audiences are clearly defined
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Communication Process S o u r c e M e s s a g e M e s s a g e C h a n n e l R e c e i v e r N o i s e
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The Communication Process Communication as Action : Source: The public speaker Message: The content of a speech & mode of delivery Channels: The visual and auditory means by which message is transmitted from sender to receiver  Receiver: A listener or an audience member
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course COMM 100 taught by Professor H during the Fall '08 term at George Mason.

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