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11.4: Attitudes, Values, And Beliefs | Introduction To

Attitudes, Values, and Beliefs. The first type of persuasive argument involves a change in someone’s attitudes, values, and beliefs. An attitude is defined as an individual’s general predisposition toward something as being good or bad, right or wrong, or negative or positive.Maybe you believe that local curfew laws for people under twenty-one are a bad idea, so you want to persuade others

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11.5: Theories of Persuasion | Introduction to Public ...

Posted: (5 days ago) Theories of Persuasion. Understanding how people are persuaded is very important to the discussion of public speaking. Thankfully, a number of researchers have created theories that help explain why people are persuaded.

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11.2: Why Persuasion Matters | Introduction to Public ...

Posted: (5 days ago) Why Persuasion Matters. Frymier and Nadler (2013) enumerate three reasons why people should study persuasion. First, when you study and understand persuasion, you will be more successful at persuading others.

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11.4: Attitudes, Values, and Beliefs | Introduction to ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Attitudes, Values, and Beliefs. The first type of persuasive argument involves a change in someone’s attitudes, values, and beliefs. An attitude is defined as an individual’s general predisposition toward something as being good or bad, right or wrong, or negative or positive.Maybe you believe that local curfew laws for people under twenty-one are a bad idea, so you want to persuade others ...

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8.3: Characteristics and Types of Groups | Introduction to ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Characteristics of Groups. Interdependence. Groups cannot be defined simply as three or more people talking to each other or meeting together. Instead, a primary characteristic of groups is that members of a group are dependent on one another for the group to maintain its existence and achieve its goals.

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6.3: Developing and Maintaining Friendships | Introduction ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Developing and Maintaining Friendships. A common need we have as people is the need to feel connected with others. We experience great joy, adventure, and learning through our connection and interactions with others.

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4.4: Types of Nonverbal Communication | Introduction to ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Types of Nonverbal Communication. Kinesics is the study of how we use body movement and facial expressions.We interpret a great deal of meaning through body movement, facial expressions, and eye contact. Many people believe they can easily interpret the meanings of body movements and facial expressions in others.

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8.5: Group Roles and Leadership | Introduction to Public ...

Posted: (5 days ago) Individual Roles. Because groups are made of individuals, group members often play various roles in order to achieve individual goals. The Aggressor engages in forceful or dominating communication to put others down or initiate conflict with other members.This communication style can cause some members to remain silent or passive.

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5.5: Stages of Listening | Introduction to Public ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Stages of Listening. As you read earlier, there are many factors that can interfere with listening, so you need to be able to manage a number of mental tasks at the same time in order to be a successful listener.

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8.6: Decision Making and Problem Solving in Groups ...

Posted: (1 days ago) Voting by the majority may be as simple as having 51% of the vote for a particular decision or may require a larger percentage, such as two-thirds or three-fourths, before reaching a decision. Like consensus, voting is advantageous because everyone is able to have an equal say in the decision process (as long as they vote). Unlike consensus, everyone may not be satisfied with the outcome.

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4.3: Differences Between Verbal and Nonverbal ...

Posted: (2 days ago) The second difference between verbal and nonverbal communication is that verbal communication is distinct (linear) while nonverbal communication is continuous (in constant motion and relative to context). Distinct means that messages have a clear beginning and end, and are expressed in a linear fashion.

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