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Comm Arts Review Session - Dani Golub Comm Arts 100 18...

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Dani Golub Comm Arts 100 18 November 2011 3 to 5 pm Alyx Vesey Comm Arts Review Session Midterm 2 Chapter 5, 7, 15, 16 (12) Essay- Reasoning? Monroe’s? Methods of persuasion? Chapter 16- Methods of persuasion- Four Methods -Emotions (pathos) -Credibility (ethos aka. Source credibility) -Evidence/reasoning (logos) Credibility- o Types- initial (before speech/intro), derived (during/body), terminal (how the audience feels after you speak/conclusion) o Factors- competence (intelligence) and character (good will/trustworthiness) o Enhance- competence, establish common ground, conviction (the three C’s) Evidence- o Supporting materials (all work together) -Examples- extended, brief, hypothetical -Statistics -Testimony-expert and peer Reasoning- (anything UNDERLINED is a various fallacy) o evidence + reasoning = logos o drawing a conclusion based on your evidence o Reasoning from specific instance (particular facts general conclusion; avoid hasty generalizations ), principal (general specific; 1. General principal; 2. Minor principal; 3. Specific conclusion), causal (cause and effect; don’t assume events only have one cause; false cause - post hoc ergo propter hoc ), analogical (comparing similar cases through analogy; invalid analogy – think of the work “like”) o Redherring - distracting from topic o Slipper Slope - “if you do one hit of weed, you will become a heroin addict” o Ad Hominem - (against the man) attacking the person rather than the issue o Either/Or - choosing listeners to make a decision out of 2 things when there are more options o Bandwagon - everyone else is doing it (jump on that bandwagon!)
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Emotion- o Persuasive because they personally touch audience o Emotional Language, sincerity, vivid examples o Ethics-appropriate to topic, don’t use for questions of fact, uses with facts and logic Chapter 15- Fact- truth/falsity of assumption o Organized topically Value- worth, rightness, morality of an issue o Demands value judgments o Organized topically Policy- specific course of action needs to take place o “SHOULD!” o immediate action- do something here now! This is how to do it! o passive agreement- this is what we should do, possible solutions o Need- there is a serious problem that requires change -burden of proof o Plan-solving the problem o Practicality- will the solution work? Is it realistic? In the persuasive unit we are ADVOCATES! Organizational Methods Problem Solution- do not state the cause Problem Cause Solution- state the problem, the cause, and solution Comparative Advantages- different ways the problem can be solved, and different pros and cons that go along with it Monroe’s Method Sequence- (for immediate action; for more help special Olympics speech) 1. attention (established in introduction) 2. need , visualization, satisfaction (body) 3. action (established in conclusion) Audience Centeredness o Identification- mental dialogue o Egocentrism- concerned above all with your own values, interests, and
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