Liberty COMS 101 Quiz Chapter 13 and Quiz 14 Answers Complete Solutions
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Jake was uninterested in, unconcerned about, or indifferent towards Gary’s speech topic of recycling. Jake would be classified as ______________.
When facing an audience that is opposed to your perspective, you should seek _______________, or movement of small degrees in your direction.
In Monroe’s Motivated Sequence, the ______________ step uses broad appeals to emphasize the specific action(s) you advocate.
The organizational framework that persuades by both disproving the opposing position and bolstering one’s own is the _________________ framework.
On an attitudes continuum, the cluster of audience members that represent the people you most want to persuade is the _________________.
The means of persuasion in which you construct logical arguments that support your point of view is called _____________.
When we process through listening carefully and reflecting thoughtfully, we are using which route?
The general warrant for reasoning from sign can be stated that ________________.
The three-part of deductive reasoning is known as a(n) _____________________.
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The perception of a speaker’s expertise at the end of the speech is known as ______________.
a fallacy that occurs when a speaker attacks or praises a person making an argument rather than addressing the argument itself
to support a claim with a single comparable example that is significantly similar to the subject of the claim
an indirect organization that seeks audience agreement on criteria that should be considered when evaluating a particular proposition and then shows how the proposition satisfies those criteria
a fallacy that occurs when the alleged cause fails to be related to, or to produce, the effect
perceiving no control over a situation that threatens us
a perception the audience forms of a speaker who they believe understands them, empathizes with them, and is responsive to them
feeling when we personally violate a moral, ethical, or religious code that we hold dear
the buildup of positive energy when we accomplish something or have a satisfying interaction or relationship
a fallacy that presents a generalization that is either not supported with evidence or is supported with only one weak example
emotional energy that stems from believing something desirable is likely to happen
the audience has some information about a topic but does not really understand why one position is preferred and so still has no opinion
a form of persuasive organization that combines a problem-solution pattern with explicit appeals designed to motivate the audience
a persuasive organizational pattern that reveals details about a problem and poses solutions to it
the specific goal of a persuasive speech stated as a declarative sentence that clearly indicates the position the speaker will advocate
a statement designed to convince the audience that something did or did not exist or occur, is or is not true, or will or will not occur
a statement designed to convince the audience that they should take a specific course of action
a statement designed to convince the audience that something is good, bad, desirable, undesirable, far, unfair, moral, immoral, sound, unsound, beneficial, harmful, important, or unimportant