This survey and its results could in fact be accurate But through contextual

This survey and its results could in fact be accurate

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appear to be fallacious. This survey and its results could in fact be accurate. But through contextual analysis, if you discover that this person’s survey only included 50 students, when the U of M has ~40,000 students, it makes it possible for you to point out that it’s a hasty generalization fallacy – one based on insufficient evidence to support the concluding claim) Slippery slope (if we allow one bad thing to happen, more bad things will follow) - “If you drink too much coffee, you will develop a sleeping disorder, which will cause you to buy sleeping pills, which will make you dependent and will need to see a therapist, which will make you question your lifestyle, which may cause you to lose your job” (I think there was a DirecTV commercial last year that used this fallacy). 29. Specific ways to organize a persuasive speech. And what are the steps in Monroe’s Motivated Sequence? Problem-Cause-Solution - discuss what a problem is, what is causing the problem, and then what the solution should be to correct the problem. Comparative Advantages - compare items side-by-side and show why one of them is more advantageous than the other. Monroe’s Motivated Sequence- 1) Attention 2) Need- Describing the Problem, convincing the audience that it impacts them 3) Satisfaction- Satisfying the Need, Presenting the Solution 4) Visualization- Visualizing the Results and Benefits to the audience 5) Action- Requesting Audience Action or Approval/Agreement Additional Terms : vocal variety, vocalized pauses, manuscript, extemporaneous, impromptu, speech anxiety; cultural diversity; ethnocentrism, Balance; Strategic organization; Main points; Supporting material; Connective; Transition; Internal preview; Internal summary; Signpost; bibliography, delivery cues; Credibility, Preview, Attention getter, Thesis statement, Internal summary
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