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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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