An appeal to reasoning An appeal to a common myth An appeal to credibility An

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message did this speaker effectively use in this introduction? An appeal to reasoningAn appeal to a common mythAn appeal to credibilityAn appeal to emotion Question 131 / 1 pts_________ is considered a critical factor in evaluating Web resources.
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Question 141 / 1 ptsMost people seek to avoid dissonance. Question 151 / 1 ptsA belief is an easily learned predisposition to respond favorably or unfavorably toward something. Question 161 / 1 ptsSocial judgment theory suggests that listeners will come to your speech with a latitude of acceptance, a latitude of rejection, or a latitude of noncommitment. TrueFalse Question 171 / 1 ptsBoth analogies and definitions deal with relationships and comparisons. Question 18
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1 / 1 pts For persuasive speakers, it is important to establish credibility with unreceptive audiences. Question 191 / 1 ptsThe goal of using cause-and-effect organization is to convince your listeners that one event caused another. Question 201 / 1 ptsThe most authoritative source for statistics is the primary source. TrueFalse Question 211 / 1 ptsA hypothetical example should NOT be used to reach a conclusion. Question 221 / 1 ptsThe purpose of a commercial Web site is to advocate a group's point of view.
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Question 231 / 1 ptsControversial and current issues make excellent choices for persuasive speeches. Question 241 / 1 ptsA proposition of value advocates a specific action-changing a policy, procedure, or behavior. TrueFalse Question 251 / 1 ptsLay testimony is usually preferable to expert testimony because of its personal impact on an audience. Quiz Score: 25 out of 25
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