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Unformatted text preview: MC2525 R EVIEW S HEET FOR E XAM #1 : WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Exam Format : In Class, 50 Multiple-choice and True/False Questions You are REQUIRED to bring: NCS general purpose (8x11) scan sheet & pencil Materials to be drawn from: - Lecture content from 1/14 - 2/18- Borchers textbook: Ch 1, Ch 2 (pp. 35-41 only), Ch 3 (pp. 63-70 only), Ch 4 (omit 104-106) , Ch 5 (omit pp. 134-138)- Woodward & Denton reading, The Persuaders video *How to Study from the Textbook : Use the content of the lectures as a guide to reviewing the textbook material. The lectures highlight the important terms and issues that you should know. For the following terms, (1) know the definition, (2) understand the significance, and/or (3) be familiar with examples: Persuasion vs. Coercion vs. Violence- The coproduction of meaning that results when an individual or a group of individuals uses language strategies and/or visual images to make audiences identify with that individual or group- Can be either positive or negative- Manipulation- Unethical or ethical- Necessary or unnecessary- The use of force to compel an audience member to do what a persuader desires- Denies audience members the right to fully identify with them- Is the use of physical action to force compliance with a persuader- Removes thinking, feeling and reasoning from the interaction and denies audience...
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course MC 2525 taught by Professor Song during the Fall '07 term at LSU.
- Fall '07