notes 1 - Communication is a pervasive process. You cannot...

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Communication is a pervasive process. You cannot NOT communicate (example - not replying in a text) Humans assign meaning even when there isn't communication (body language, facial expressions, etc…) Artifacts is a statement of what you are and who you are Amoral Ethically Neutral process, communication is not good or bad How someone uses it determines if its good or bad. Morality comes from persons involved Communication advances life-agendas Internet is a form of communication Communication skills = success Aristotle's Lessons You make appeals in public speaking Logos = logical appeal = content of message, statistics, facts, information Provided organized, scholarly, consistent supporting data in your speech Pathos = emotion appeals Highly persuasive Makes the audience "feel" Emotional appeals motivate non-motivated audiences Ethos = Speaker credibility Ethics How believable/credible? Quotes help with
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