How to Speak, how to Listen
Macmillan, 1983 - 280 páginas
Briefly describes the need for communicating and treats the art of rhetoric, "sales talk," lecturing, and other types of instructive speech. Explains preparation and delivery of speech, with examples, including three essential factors of persuasion: ethos, pathos, and logos.
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The rhetorical skill of the orator is aimed solely at a practical result , either a course of action to be adopted , a value judgment to be made , or an attitude to be taken toward another person or group of persons .
engaged with others or against others in attempting to achieve some practical result . In all these areas , as well as in politics , we may find ourselves trying to sell something to someone else . Practical persuasion in all its myriad ...
What results will be little more than a stuffing into a memory of matters soon to be forgotten . ... A lecture on a given subject with a given end result in view should not be given to any audience at random . I have often been invited ...
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The author provides many helpful tips on speaking and listening well, differentiating and explaining the different kinds of speaking and listening and what should be involved. He reminds the reader ... Ler resenha completa
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