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Public Forum
Some Problem that affects people collectively as well as individually

Cooperative action is needed to address the problem

The decision requires subjective judgement. It is not obvious what should be done and and there's not just one possible solution. There is no way of knowing everything that needs to be known.

In spite of that uncertainty, a decision needs to be made.
Retorical situation
a situation or opportunity to inflence peoples views or thinking on some topic
4 parts of the Retorical situation
Audience
Occassion
Speaker
Speech
Speech Communication (Lucas)
Speaker
Situation
Message
Listener
Channel
Interference
Feedback
Reteric
The study of how messages effect people (Aristotle is father)
Cannon's of Reteric
Arrangement
Invention
Delivery
Style
Memory
Informative speech organization
Chronologival
Spacial
Topical- Catagorical
Compare/contrast
Peursuasive Speech organization
Residues
Problem/ Solution
Cause/Effect
Global Plagerism
Stealing an entire speech/ piece of work
Patchwork Plagerism
taking work from lots of differnt places
Incrimental
Failing to give proper credit
Comprehensive Listening
Listening to understand the message of a speaker
Critical Listening
Listening to evaluate a message for purposes of accepting or rejecting ir
Pathos
emotional appeal
ethos
credibility
logos
logical appeal (evidence, reasoning)
demographics
factors such as age, gender, religion, sexual orientaion, group membership, and racial ethnic or cultural background
Fallacies
an argument that is flawed by irrelevant or inadequate evidence, erroneous resoning or inproper expression
Praeteritio
including something by pretending to refuse to say it
Litotes
Intentional understatement of the truth to enhance the impressiveness of what we say
Asyndeton
Deliberate omission of conjunctions between a series of related clauses
Forensic speaking
deal with justice and the law
Deliberative speaking
focuses on action, "What should we do?"
Epideictic Speaking
is ceremonial, a speech of praise or blaime
Constraints
Never have 100% freedom of speech
audience has short attention spans
ethos
Ways to lose a friendly audience
misidentify enemy
bad use of profanity
attack them
outrageous vs lame call to action
Pinata
enemy
You cannot live by what you fear
You must live by what you trust
Julia
Clarke
Go confidently in the driection of your dreams
Live the life you've imagined