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Know their position and where their latitude of acceptance is and the anchor Land messages at the edge of the receiver's latitude of acceptance Persuade gradually rather than all at once Ambiguity can be an effective message strategy o Positive impressions o the message will land in their latitude of acceptance In Class Critique: (All of these can be right as long as you back them up logically and with evidence) Explanation of the data: o My answer: Yes, because it explains why someone rejected or accepted your message. o Prof answer: Although we cannot physically see what is going on, we can observe the response to a message. Do they vote that way or not? So yes. Prediction of future events: o My answer: yes, it says if a message will be received or not for certain people based on their latitude o Prof answer: yes, it tells what will happen what happens when we fall in different latitudes. Relative simplicity:
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o My answer: No, because this theory ends up being very complex and hard to understand because it is so relative to each person. o Prof answer: It is complex but does offer a fairly simple explanation to what is going on in someone's mind.
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