Module 2 - Intro to Comms
#1. Epistemology - the study of knowing, or how we know what we know #2. Behavioral Paradigm (Purpose) - predict and control behavior #3. Interpretive Paradigm (Purpose) - understand/explain #4. Critical...
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Public speaking final
...to a parent #5. Etymology - Origin of a word; helps audience remember a word; Ex: psychology- Study of the mind; defining of a word #6. Informative Hunger - The desire for information; commonly used...
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#1. Advantages of Visual Aids - Can make ideas clear and understandable Can make a speech more interesting Can help an audience remember facts and details can make long complicated explanati...
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Introduction to public speaking
#1. Informative speeches - Are used to educate an audience about a subject is never persuasive #2. Persuasive speeches - Are used to affect the audiences beliefs or to move them to action s...
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#1. Reasons of nervousness - Fear of being stared at fear of failure or rejection fear of the unknown A Traumatic experience in the past social anxiety #2. Adrenaline - Hormone triggered by...
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#1. Keyword - a word looked for in a search command can lead to relevant material #2. Guidelines for Doing Research Electronically - Use multiple keywords Uses phrases whenever possible Lea...
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Introductions and Conclusions
#1. Goals of the Introduction - capture and hold your audience's attention to prepare you audience intellectually and psychologically for the body of the speech #2. Attention Material - the...
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Test 2 Review
#1. Responsibility - A charge , trust, or duty for which one is accountable #2. Ethics - The study of moral conduct-how people should act toward one another #3. Ethos - Character #4. Speaker credibility...
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Wording the speech
#1. Sex-related stereotype - Generalizatiom that assigns roles or characteristics to people on the basis of gender #2. Denotations - The thing or idea to which a word refers...A.k.a. it's ...
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Selecting a topic, purpose, and central idea
#1. Selecting a topic - Select a topic you care about use personal experiences explore interests brainstorm explore the Internet choose a topic that will interest the audience Narrow your ...
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Outlining the speech
#1. Outline - Provides a detailed plan to help the speaker organize thoughts into a logical sequence in to make sure nothing important is left out The basic structure of the speaker's ideas in...
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Reaching The Audience
#1. Audience-Centered Speaker - one who tries to establish a meaningful connection with listeners learns everything about the audience beforehand tailors speech to their needs and interests...
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Interpersonal Conflict Final Exam
Interpersonal Conflict Hocker & Wilmot Ninth Edition
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