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INAG 110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)


Department
Institute of Applied Agriculture
Course Code
INAG 110
Professor
Eric Dunning
Study Guide
Final

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UMD
INAG 110
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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Foundations of Rhetoric 1/31/17
Aristotle (384-322BC)
o Rhetori is the outerpart of dialet
o The faulty of disoerig the aailale eas of persuasio
o Types of Arguments
External/inartistic
Internal/artistic
o Types of Speeches
Forensic-what happened in the past
Epideictic-ceremonial/cultural
Deliberative-what should be done in the future
o Persuasive Methods-ethos, pathos, logos-not mutually exclusive
Quintilian (35-100AD)
o The good a, speakig ell-for good purposes, justice, fairness and truth
o Rhetoric is civic responsibility, therefore a rhetorician cannot be a bad person
o Speaker must have high morals
Cicero (106-43BC)
o Three Styles
Plain- to be understood
Middle-to be enjoyed/entertainment
Grand-persuasive
o Invention-developing and refining arguments
o Arrangement-arranging/organizing arguments
o Style-figures of speech, etc.
o Memory- remembering/learning speech
o Delivery-gestures, pronunciation, etc.
The Sophists-teachers of art and technique
o Espoused relativistic view of knowledge, cognition, morality
o Nomos(law and convention) vs. physis(reality)
o Concerned with practical knowledge and persuasion not truth
o Scandals help public to recalibrate moral compass
Communication 2/2/17
Communication
o Social realities-exist as in the western world
o Process- requires feedback and interaction
o Collaborative-look to create meanings, collaborate with partner
o Messages- emotional or informational
o Creative-always creating
o Participatory-must always be involved
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Context
o Interpersonal-dyad, triad
o Small Group-larger than dyad/triad
o Public-rhetoric, speaker to public
o Mass-mass communication ex. Social media
o Mass personal- could be everyone or personal ex. Facebook status
Models
o Transmission-give people info change them immediately, one way
o Interaction (Feedback, Experience)- interpersonal communication
o Transactional (Content and Relationship)- power dynamics
o Social construction (Joint Creation)- pressure causes group collaboration
o Transactional model consists of encoding and decoding
o Communicator sends and receives, channel is how they communicate
o Source is what message is about, sender is the person that relays the message
Perception
o Selection-framework, what focus on
o Attention-good/poor attention
o Exposure- often only exposed to similar views
o Perception-view the rest of the world throughout that framework
o Memory-determine what we want to remember
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