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    All writers need to intrigue their audience, it is imperative for an effective paper. By analyzing the writer’s intended audience, the writer will be able to connect to their readers. Therefore, the writer should have knowledge beforehand about their audience. Recognizing the audience is imperative for the writer. It is a process that involves learning the audience’s age, their knowledge, and mentality along with other information about the audience. expectations about the occasion, topic, and author are on the audience's mind. The writer should know his audience if he wants to win them over and exceed their expectations. Thus, audience analysis is important for effective writing. There are three ways to analyze the audience. Demographic…

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    Audience Analysis Audience

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    Why is the audience analysis the most important part of the writing process? Knowing your audience lets you refine the subject matter so it meets the readers needs. Therefore, not understanding what type of audience you are writing to, will affect the outcome causing the goal not to be achieved. Understanding your audience is very crucial and is the first step towards achieving a successful outcome. Before you start to write make sure to define your audience for example, what is the knowledge…

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    Audience Theory

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    1. In my opinion, if you want your audience to stay focused on your presentation than theater theory should take top priority when preparing. If a meeting or presentation has dim lights and low tone atmosphere, the audience will appear lethargic and uninterested. If you take that same meeting or presentation with bright lights and loud music the audience will be the complete opposite and present high energy and enthusiasm. If the presenter shows passion and excitement the audience will adhere…

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    Let Live Audience

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    way to most quickly get the information out and to largest circle. We decided to utilize primarily free marketing for our event. Which is why, we did not focus heavily on any physical posters, only setting aside around 55 posters to be set along NYC college campuses. Focusing primarily on Pace, NYU, Columbia, and Marymount Manhattan College, but other than those few we spend more time promoting our event online. Digital This is the main way that our group’s event, Let Go & Let Live advertised…

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    The process of doing an audience analysis involves being able to identifying and adapt in order to able to present the information to an audience properly (Adler, Rodman, & du Pre, 2014). In understanding the audience a speaker has a better awareness of how to approach the subject without alienating them. Being able to adapt to the environment allows for a better way for the speech to reach the audience. Also allows for the speaker to decide in what form they wish to present the information.…

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    Audience and rhetorical analysis describe the background information about the subject or idea that we are talking about. Knowing when it was published is a very important factor for anything you are inquiring from the advertisement. Our advertisement is 30 seconds long and we were able to pick out very distinct information only from watching the first 2 seconds. Rhetorical analysis is used to depict who we are addressing the situation to and what kind of people. Ethos uses verbal cues trying…

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    How Doubt Affects The Characters and Audience in Doubt: A Parable It is difficult to be certain about anything in this world. In the story "Doubt: A Parable" uncertainty is a predominant feeling whether it be each individual character or the audience. In our everyday lives we come across countless things that we are uncertain of. Doubt is a presence whether it be education, religion, politics, or even living to see another day. The only thing that we are truly certain of is that we are…

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    Introduction Many films are loved because they are “good”, their aesthetic merits fulfill a specific role for the audience. The Room, directed by Tommy Wiseau, is a different story. The Room is often called “the Citizen Kane of bad movies”- it features wooden acting, cheap production values and a completely nonsensical script. It seemed as though this film would disappear, but soon after its release, The Room developed a strong cult following. Theaters would show the film at midnight to excited…

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    A Tuesday night audience with the enthusiasm of a Saturday show. That was what one of the characters said at the sage door. As a performer, I know how you can feed off the audience and get more pumped up when they get pumped up. The audience of this show was very responsive and interested. When the characters almost kissed, there were little squeals and giggles. When jokes were told, the audience busted up. You could tell that the audience was interest in the production because how they were all…

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    "Writing to an audience" means writing to describe the same incident and differing the level of details, while keeping the end consumers of the writing in mind. e.g. consider that you were on a foreign vacation and lost your travel documents; so, if you were to write and share the same incident to different people, the content and details of specific portions would differ depending on the set of people receiving the details. The authorities and consulate concerned about genuinely of the incident…

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