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Unformatted text preview: - speaking that focuses on the present and is usually concerned with praise or blame o Example: Wedding toast, eulogy, graduation ceremony, acceptance speech, roast o Epidictic-Deliberative- speaking that focuses on the future and is usually concerned with what should (or should not) be done- take action or ethical discussions o Example: policy speech, small group situation, legislative argument/discussion-Forensic- speaking that focuses on the past and is usually concerned with rendering judgment o Example: courtroom, identifying guilt/innocence...
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- Fall '07