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The audience, the message, the speaker

John Hasling

The audience, the message, the speaker

by John Hasling

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public speaking.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Hasling.
    SeriesMcGraw-Hill series in speech
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4121 .H267 1976
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 125 p. ;
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5195965M
    ISBN 100070269904
    LC Control Number75017877
    OCLC/WorldCa1502459

    As a speaker, you must realize how long you can reasonably expect an audience to listen to your message. Listeners must be aware of the biases they have for speakers and the topics speakers choose. Biases can often prevent a listener from accurately and competently listening to a speaker’s actual message. Apply purpose, audience, tone, and content to a specific assignment. Imagine reading one long block of text, with each idea blurring into the next. Even if you are reading a thrilling novel or an interesting news article, you will likely lose interest in what the author has to say very quickly.

    The better the speaker knows the members of the audience beforehand, the better the speaker can encode a message in a way that the audience can decode successfully. One of the most useful strategies for adapting your topic and message to your audience is to use the process of identification to find common ground with them. Throughout the rest of the book, we’ll discuss how you can meet the challenges presented by the audience and context and become a more effective public speaker in the process. Key Takeaways Getting your message across to others effectively requires attention to message content, skill in communicating content, and your passion for the.

    Audience analysis requires that you adapt to the needs of your audience; this includes considering cultural diversity, making your message clear, avoiding offensive remarks, and speaking with sincerity. Brainstorm a list of topics for an informative or persuasive speech. By yourself or with a partner, identify the kinds of information you need. Psychographics of a Given Audience. The demographics of the audience gives the speaker one type of picture based on variables such as age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, culture, race, and ethnicity; however, there is another equally important picture based on the overall psychological make-up of the audience, or the psychographics of the audience.


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imans9. Lesson 5 Speech 22 Terms. imans9. Romans: Audience Paul opens this letter by addressing it "to all in Rome who are loved by God and called to be saints." While this seems a bit vague many have concluded that Paul was writing to a group of Jews and Gentiles, who had been converted on the Day of Pentecost.

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Originally published in under title: The message, the speaker, the audience. The audience, the message, the speaker.

[John Hasling] PART I The Audience Chapter 1: Communication Begins with an Audience Chapter 2: Preparing to Meet the Audience Chapter 3: Finding Common Ground Chapter 4: Listening and Reacting PART II The Message Chapter 5: The Topic, Purpose, and Content of the Speech Chapter 6: Organizing and.

The audience, the message, the speaker 2d ed. by John Hasling. Published by McGraw-Hill in New York. Written in EnglishPages: The audience, the message, the speaker. Summary: An introduction to public speaking. It combines a concern with classic rhetoric with a focus on ethics, diversity, and the technology.

It emphasizes the speaker's responsibility to convey information that is well organized, reliable, and clearly expressed for the relevant audience. The communication process --Preparing to meet the audience --The audience in a pluralistic society --Listening and reacting --The topic, purpose, and content of the speech --Organizing and outlining --The speech to inform --Thinking and reasoning --The speech to persuade --The speaker's frame of mind --Delivering the message --Speaking with visuals --Meeting ethical.

Part 1 The audience: the communication process; preparing to meet the audience. Part 2 The message: the content of the speech; the organizational structure; thinking and reasoning; the speech to convince. Part 3 The speaker: the speaker's frame of mind; delivering the message; speaking with visuals; speaking occasions; meeting ethical standards.

includes a speaker who has a reason for speaking, an audience that gives the speaker its attention, and a message that is meant to accomplish a purpose. source. the person who creates a message also called a sender. the speaker transforms ideas and thoughts into messages and sends them to a receiver or audience.

Part One: The Audience Chapter 1 - Communication Begins With an Audience The Communication Process The Audience The Message The Speaker Value to the Speaker Speaker-Audience Relationship Getting Started Chapter 2 - Preparing to Meet the Audience Receiving an Invitation to Speak Logistics Demographics Adapting Your Speech to the Audience.

The _________of the audience is an important situational factor because the number of listeners can determine your level of formality, the amount of interaction you have with the audience, your need for amplification systems, and your need for special visual aids.Adapting the Message to the Audience During Preparation.

A public speakers can use information about the audience to adapt his or her message to the particular audience while preparing the speech. Demographic information helps the speaker anticipate the audience and imagine how they will respond to different aspects of the message.

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