Unformatted text preview: simplify the information so that anyone would be able to understand it, but not oversimplifying to the point of misconception. If the audience is full of business men, then they are more likely to want the presentation to be informative and helpful using details and specifics. It is important to define who your audience is and their thoughts on the argument at hand, this also helps to determine what type of presentation best fits your audience. Knowing others thoughts and opinions will help create your persuasive position that is accepting because you are able to address their thoughts and opinions while developing an effective argument of persuasion....
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- Winter '11
- Rhetoric, Regulatory Focus Theory