CH21+RHETORIC+questions

CH21+RHETORIC+questions - think of one you’ve recently...

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(continued on reverse ) RHETORIC (Aristotle) 1. What connotations do you have for the word “rhetoric”? (Positive or negative? Favorable or unfavorable?) Why? 2. Where do you hear the word “rhetoric”? In what contexts? 3. Generate examples of speaking situations that fit each of the following categories: Forensic Deliberative Epideictic 4. After viewing several examples of enthymemes, try to come up with an example of your own or
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Unformatted text preview: think of one you’ve recently heard. 5. Why are enthymemes a strong form of persuasion? CONNECTIONS and COMPARISONS between PERSUASION THEORIES 6. Map out some connections between some of Aristotle’s categories and conclusions and Cognitive Dissonance as a way to persuade people. 7. Map out connections between some of Aristotle’s categories and conclusions and Elaboration Likelihood Model as a way to persuade people....
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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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