PUBLIC SPEAKING CMST 2060
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1232010 65500 AM CMST 2060 Notes 3 purposes of speech inform persuade entertain Sophists optimistic made everything sound good Plato pessimistic false sense of hope Aristotle realist Logical 3 ways to reach an audience 0 Ethos credibility o Pathos emotion most popular 0 Logos reason facts logic The Canons of Rhetoric lnvention generation of ideas Arrangement organization of main points amp speech 0 How should I organize it Style form personality dressing Memory how to memorize a speech Delivery use of a voice amp the bodyto communicate a message subtext meaning between the lines Chapter 2 Types of Speech Forensic speech law courts matters from PAST Dealt wjust amp unjust Deliberative speech occurred in assembly politics Deals w change in future Epidictic speech occurred at ceremonial events Present and blame Present 2 types of feedback immediate delayed tactile shared experience interplay of senses decentralization everybody can become involved chatroom implosion takes messages from anywhere and brings it to you internet genre recognized arrangement of elements in a composition which creates expectations what they expect to hear Speech genres introduction interesting fac identi cation halftime pep talk deliberation law court solicitation doortodoor commemoration eulogy enrichment how to getjob in bad economy administration mandatory staff meeting advocacy rallies immersion allows anyone to participate in the moment m Environmental audience coughing crumbling paper Social opinions conflict w messages Physiological inside head thinking about food Physical create a common identityenemy Chapter 3 Exigence urgent problem that can be managed or resolved through message Speaker rhetor Speech rhetoric Audience people present in moment 0 Captive required to be there 0 Voluntary come amp go as please Occasion deliberative forensic epideictic Purpose result 0 General inform persuade entertain 0 Specific what you want audience to remember ethocentricism our tendencies are better than others around us Chapter 7 Pathos emotionaleffect on audience that makes audience instinctively move toward or pull away from something 0 feel ideas w descriptive images Emotions Orientation how we stand towards a subject 0 Positive family 0 Negative re ants 0 Neutral mailbox getting hit owners criminals Salience how strongly emotion is felt during a situation People individuals and groups Actions behavior of choices by people Events situations w beginning amp end Objects consequences of environment People 0 Saint praising individual or group as ideal model 0 Sinner condemming individual or group as representing all that one should avoid Actions 0 Virtue Praising habit as beneficial Vice habit is detrimental Events Utopia projecting perfect world Promote life Wasteland projecting terrible condemn life Objects ldol worthy of respect and use Abomination condemning some objects as meriting rejecting or destruction