Audience theory

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  • Audience Analysis: The Pixar Theory

    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. Such as whether to start with a joke, personal story, or ask their audience a question to break the ice. Although, the speakers own personality indicated how the information is shared. The topic that I chose for my formative speech is the Pixar theory. The Pixar Theory is a fan theory…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of The Coming Hunger Wars By Michael T. Klare

    All great pieces of writing consist of the same three rhetorical elements: Logos, Pathos and Ethos. They are strategically used to persuade the audience to believe something they hadn’t before. Michael T. Klare effectively practices these methods in his 2012 article, The Coming Hunger Wars: Heat, Drought, Rising Food Costs, and Global Unrest, to hook his reader and to coax them into viewing his topic differently. He exploits experienced sources, hard facts and fear driven emotions to inform his…

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  • The Boy Friend Play Analysis

    On October 24, 2015 I went to see the musical comedy, The Boy Friend which was directed by Susan Cato-Chapman. It was produced by the Fairmont State University Department of Theatre and Communication and Town and Gown Theatre. The musical comedy starts at Madame Dubonnet’s School for Young Ladies where the four main young girls and Polly are discussing Polly’s made-up boyfriend. The girls are excited for the upcoming Carnival Ball for which all of the girls, aside from Polly, have dates.…

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  • Gopro Advertisement Analysis Essay

    If we identify the movement behind the scenes we develop an understanding to how media is carefully curated for each audience. Individuals such as directors and screenwriters etc. make decisions regarding the elements presented in order to aid the audience in understand that particular character presented and the elements that make them who they are. It is these attachments of elements; it is these elements that the audience remembers. In the GoPro advertisement these same decisions are made to…

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  • Final Paper: Final Reflection

    the third paper was a cultural context analysis, and the final paper we wrote this fall was a literacy narrative. In each of these papers, I have learned key tips and other beneficial concepts to make myself a better writer in the future. Out of all of the things I have learned this semester, the three most important things I will take away are, the organization of different types of papers, understanding the audience you are trying to write to, and last but not least learning how to convey the…

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  • Censorship In Modern Society

    Today in modern society, the right of free speech is generally regarded as an entitlement an individual has. However, this particular entitlement, which is rooted in deep-seated beliefs that anyone is qualified to emphasize anything they please, can often cause friction and overall conflict on many levels. In most cases, the use of language in mediums such as radio, television, and books are restricted by censorship to a certain extent for a variety of reasons. The central reason is mainly…

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  • Satire In A Midsummer Night's Dream

    A Midsummer Night’s Dream is in essence a comedy, drawing together many themes with satirical and romantic humor that still attract large audiences today; it therefore can be considered comic not only due to the literary devices Shakespeare uses but because it has filled audiences with mirth for over four hundred years. In the extract Shakespeare carefully hints towards the social constraints which imprison the two 'lovers ' through the juxtaposition of class. The comic effect…

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  • Lehrman's Stump Speech

    and easy to interpret words in a given speech. It is known that a good speech is one that is written at an eighth grade level. Dr. Jarvis mentioned in referenced to two speeches given by two very influential people, and the main and most important difference was the grade level that the speech was written at. Steve Jobs, in his keynote, was able to successfully engage the audience by using simple words and short sentences. His calculated grade level was an 8.2, compared to Bill Gates whose…

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  • H & M Advertisement Analysis

    independent. It directs a broad audience rather than a very specific type of group of people. In one scene, a pair of girls is enjoys a swim in a pool and having sexual activities with each other to connect with the different types of sexual preferences the audiences have. This culturally shows that America is changing their views of women. Overall, the only connection for each main actor is their gender. All the main actors in every scene were females to clearly aim on women. The audience…

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  • Rhetorical Questions In Persuasive Speech

    questions to the audience to make them ponder about the subject, and then the speaker gives an immediate response to the question just asked. This way there is no mistaking what the author is trying to get across with his questions during the speech. George Whitefield asks numerous rhetorical questions within his sermon saying, “What sign would they have? Will none of you be friends to the blessed Jesus? And shall not we follow so excellent an example? My brethren, till Christian conversation is…

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