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Communications 101-8:29

Communications 101-8:29 - -Approaches to Rhetoric 1...

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Communications 101 08-29-11: -Ethos: Ethics -Pathos: Emotion -Logos: Logic -Memory: keep track of topic, style, and arrangement -There is a big emphasis on speaking because: 1. Written word can be unwieldy, 2. Public debates, and 3. Self- representation
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Unformatted text preview: -Approaches to Rhetoric: 1. Classical- adapting classical practice 2. Psychological- link between communication and thought 3. Belletristic- communication as art 4. Elocutionary- improvement of presentation...
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