Chapter Five_Audience Analysis

Chapter Five_Audience Analysis - Audience Analysis For of...

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Audience Analysis For of the three elements in speechmaking –speaker, subject, and person addressed– it is the last one, the hearer , that determines the speech’s end and object. Aristotle
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Working Towards Audience-Centeredness Identification Egocentrism Ethnocentrism Malcom X’s Harlem Address
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Performing an Audience Analysis 1.Gather information informally and/or formally. 2.Analyze the information gathered. 3.Use information ethically to adapt.
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Clinton’s Campaign Struggles Hillary Clinton responds to criticism that she is too Oh dear. And now she has to respond to criticism t Least we not forget her speech coach to remedy th
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Demographic Audience Analysis
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Cognitive/Psychological Audience Analysis Knowledge towards topic Interest in topic Attitudes towards topic Your speech class as audience Attitude towards you (speaker)
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Situational Audience Analysis Time Size of audience Location Occasion
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Audience Adaptation Modifying or changing the
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course CMS 306M taught by Professor Gomez during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas.

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