CH15+Elaboration+Likelihood+DQs - Catholic school to...

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G201: Comm Theory – Discussion Questions ( continued on reverse ) PERSUASION 1. You’re talking to a student who’s heard G201 is tough. How do you persuade the student to take the course in the spring? 2. Think back to a time you had sex education. How did the educator specifically attempt to persuade you to practice safe sex / abstain from sex? ELABORATION LIKELIHOOD MODEL (Petty & Cacioppo) 3. What are the factors that impact whether you are passionate about an issue? What motivates you to consider an issue carefully? 4. What distracts you from being able to concentrate on a persuasive message? 5. How do you persuade a group of people who have strong opinions about a topic? (i.e. persuading a
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Unformatted text preview: Catholic school to include safe sex in its sex education program) G201: Comm Theory Discussion Questions 6. In your opinion, what makes a strong argument? Does it change depending on the audience? CRITIQUING THEORY 7. Which route to persuasion do you believe is most common? Think of some examples from different contexts to support your position. 8. Should there be a STRICT line between the Central and Peripheral routes to persuasion? Explain your position. 9. What is the role of emotion in Petty and Cacioppos theory? Are there cases where emotional appeals are the best / most appropriate means of persuasion?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course COMM G201 taught by Professor Rossing during the Fall '10 term at IUPUI.

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