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Speaking to Persuade. Chapter 15. What is Persuasion?. Communicating With the use of arguments To voluntarily change an Attitude, belief or behavior. Persuasion is not…. Coercion -Using force to persuade. Manipulation -Using trickery to persuade. Complexities of Persuasive Speaking.
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Addressing Persuade Chapter 15

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What is Persuasion? Speaking With the utilization of contentions To willfully change an Attitude, conviction or conduct.

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Persuasion is not… Coercion - Using power to induce. Control - Using guile to convince.

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Complexities of Persuasive Speaking Most troublesome kind of discourse to give Deals with disputable issues Isn't generally fruitful A speaker needs to consider the intended interest group.

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Target Audience Those in your gathering of people you are destined to convince. Your center when arranging, get ready, examining, composing, and conveying your discourse.

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Persuasive Scale

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Goals of Persuasive Speaking to Influence Thinking Desire to increase scholarly assention. Illustration : To influence my group of onlookers that workers advance American culture and business life. 2. Addressing Motivate Action Tries to prompt audience members to make a move. Case : To induce my group of onlookers not to purchase perishables from business sectors that don't bolster dolphin-safe fish angling items.

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How To Motivate Action Don't simply infer, advise the crowd what they have to do because of your discourse. Send around an appeal Pass out a sign-up sheet Get a show of hands Be mindful so as not to excessively weight audience members!

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Three Types of Persuasive Speeches on Questions of Fact – something that can be demonstrated or confirmed. Case: To influence my group of onlookers that O.J. Simpson killed his significant other. What sort of occupation does this kind of convincing discourse on a standard premise?

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Three Types of Persuasive Speeches on Questions of Value – individual convictions of what is correct/wrong, great/terrible, moral/unethical. Case: To convince my gathering of people to vote to terrible immature microorganism research in the U.S. since it is ethically off-base. Most troublesome of the sorts of enticing addresses.

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Three Types of Persuasive Speeches on Questions of Policy – recommends particular activities Decides whether something ought to or ought not be finished. Case: To influence my group of onlookers that Congress ought to boycott open smoking across the nation.

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Fact, Value or Policy? President Franklin D. Roosevelt knew ahead of time about the Japanese arrangement to assault Pearl Harbor and permitted it to happen. Actuality The utilization of untruth locator tests for screening workers in private business ought to be banned by law. Strategy

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Fact, Value, or Policy? Colorizing exemplary films, for example, Casablanca disregards the creative uprightness of such motion pictures. Esteem If Franklin D. Roosevelt knew ahead of time about the Japanese arrangement to assault Pearl Harbor, he wasn't right in permitting it to happen. Esteem

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Fact, Value, or Policy? On the off chance that trunk wellbeing discharges were standard in all autos sold in the United States, we could spare a few hundred lives each year. Actuality Congress ought to secure the creative trustworthiness of motion pictures, for example, Casablanca by passing a law restricting the colorization of great American movies. Approach

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Organizational Patterns for Persuasive Speeches Monroe's Motivated Sequence Problem-Solution Pattern Statement-of-Reason Comparative-Advantage Pattern