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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500Vanessa CondonFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Intensify, The Sequence

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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500Vanessa CondonFall

COMM 2500 Chapter 2: Textbook Notes

Public speaking needs to be guided by a strong sense of integrity. The goal of public speaking is to gain a desired response from listeners but not at
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500GeddesFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Ad Hominem, Ion, Pathos

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Listeners will be persuaded by a speaker for one of four reasons: Chapter 17: methods of persuasion: high credibility of speaker, won over by speaker"s
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500Vanessa CondonFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Cluttering, Alliteration, Stereotype

Words have two kinds of meanings denotative and connotative. Connotative meaning is more variable, figurative, and subjective. Using language accuratel
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500Vanessa CondonFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: The Techniques

A great deal of research shows that if members of a group work well together, they can usually resolve a problem better than a single person. As its na
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500Vanessa CondonFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Webcam, Impromptu Speaking, Good Delivery

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Speech delivery is a matter of nonverbal communication. It is based on how you use your voice and body to convey the message expressed by your words. G
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500Vanessa CondonFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: News

They know the primary purpose of speechmaking is to gain a desired response from listeners. You can remain true to yourself and speak ethically while a
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500GeddesFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: National Technical Research Organisation, Gross Domestic Product

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Persuasion the process of creating, reinforcing, or changing people"s beliefs or actions. Ability to speak and write persuasively will benefit you in e
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500GeddesFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Simile, Stereotype, Alliteration

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Denotive meaning the literal or dictionary meaning of a word or phrase. Connotative meaning the meaning suggested by the associations or emotions trigg
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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500Vanessa CondonFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Adapt

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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500GeddesFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Bar Chart, Line Graph

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CLEMSON UCOMM-2500GeddesFall

COMM-2500 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Literal And Figurative Language, Infinitive, Brainstorming

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