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Date Created: 10/19/14
COMS 130 Exam 1 Studv Guide Fall 2014 Be prepared to answer questions regarding the chapters of the textbook and handbook listed below Text Chapters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 Handbook Chapters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 H99 H101102 Terms 1 Citizenship 2 Rhetor 3 Good citizenship 4 Pathos 5 Logos 6 Ethos 7 Rhetoric 8 Persuasion 9 Demagogue 10 Transactional communication 11 Mental games 12 Passivity syndrome 13 Stereotypes 14 Communication apprehension 15 Trait anxiety 16 State anxiety 17 Denotative meaning 18 SpeakerAudience Interaction 19 Context 20 Ethnocentrism 21 Style 22 Figures of Speech 23 Connotative meaning 24 Transition 25 Signpost transitional device 26 Transitional Devices 27 Thesis statement 28 Preview 29 Summary 30 Salience 31 Socially constructed 32 Informative speaking 33 Stereotyping 34 Values 35 Attitudes 36 Beliefs ConceptsModels 1 Speech preparation 2 Transactional model 3 Audience analysis 4 Ethical obligation of the rhetor 5 Characteristics of responsible rhetors 6 Ways to improve credibility 7 Flawed arguments 8 Barriers 9 Types of listening 10 Characteristics of effective listeners 11 Listening strategies 12 Communication apprehension 13 Managing apprehension 14 Effective speaking voice 15 Types of delivery 16 5 Canons 17 Organization orders 18 Introductions 19 Conclusions 20 Strategies for choosing topics 21 Informative speech characteristics 22 Informative speech types 24 Maslow s hierarchy of needs 25 Types of supporting material 26 Purpose of stats 27 When to cite 28 Basic oral citation format 29 Types of outlines amp their characteristics


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