Public Speaking and Civic Engagement

ISBN-10: 0205252885
ISBN-13: 9780205252886
Edition: 3rd 2014
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Description: Promotes public speaking as a vehicle for civic engagement Public Speaking and Civic Engagementadvocates for being an engaged citizen of democracy by communicating ideas and information that could benefit and improve one’s community.  It teaches  More...

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List price: $115.20
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 1/10/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

Promotes public speaking as a vehicle for civic engagement Public Speaking and Civic Engagementadvocates for being an engaged citizen of democracy by communicating ideas and information that could benefit and improve one’s community.  It teaches through a clear, engaging narrative and uses special features that demonstrate specific ways in which students and citizens can use public speaking to become better citizens. MyCommunicationLab is an integral part of the Hogan program. Key learning applications include MediaShare, an eText, and a study plan. A better teaching and learning experience This program will provide a better teaching and learning experience–for you and your students. Here’s how:Personalize Learning—MyCommunicationLab is online learning. MyCommunicationLab engages students through personalized learning and helps instructors from course preparation to delivery and assessment.Improve Critical Thinking—Features that promote critical thinking, such as learning objectives and questions for review, appear throughout the book.Engage Students—Tools throughout the text help students gauge their level of communication apprehension.Apply Ethics—Discussions of ethical implications of speaker and listener choices appear in every chapter.Support Instructors— A full set of supplements, including MyCommunicationLab, provides instructors with all the resources and support they need.Note: MyCommunicationLab does not come automatically packaged with this text.  To purchase MyCommunicationLab, please visit:www.mycommunicationlab.comor you can purchase a ValuePack of the text + MyCommunicationLab (at no additional cost): ValuePack ISBN-10:  0205953956 / ValuePack ISBN-13: 9780205953950.  

#60;b#62;Shawn J. Parry-Giles#60;/b#62; (Ph.D., Indiana University, 1992) is an Associate Professor of Communication, Affiliate Associate Professor of Women#8242;s Studies, and the Director of the Center for Political Communication and Civic Leadership. She teaches and studies historical and contemporary political discourse as well as rhetorical, feminist, and media criticism. She is the author of a book entitled, The Rhetorical Presidency, Propaganda, and the Cold War, 1945-1955 (Praeger 2001), and co-author of the book, Constructing Clinton: Hyper-Reality and Presidential Image-Making in Postmodern Politics (Peter Lang 2002). #60;br#62;#60;p#62;J. Michael Hogan is Professor of Communication at Penn State University. His authored books include The Panama Canal in American Politics (1986), The Nuclear Freeze Campaign (MSUP 1994), and Woodrow Wilson's Western Tour (A&M 2006), along with two edited books, Rhetoric and Community (USCP 1998), and Rhetoric and Reform in the Progressive Era (2003). He is a long time member of the editorial board of the Quarterly Journal of Speech and the editorial board of Rhetoric and Public Affairs.

Public Speaking in a Democratic Society
Democratic Citizenship and the Ethics of Public Speaking
Listening and Speaking in a Democratic Society
Speaking with Confidence
Diverse Audiences in a Democratic Society
Developing Your Speech
Developing Significant Topics
Responsible and Productive Research
Supporting Your Ideas
Organizing Your Speech
Outlining Your Speech
Presenting Your Speech
Using Language Effectively
Delivering Your Speech Effectively
Supporting Your Ideas Visually
Types of Public Speaking
Speaking to Inform
Persuasive Speaking in a Democratic Society
Arguing Persuasively
Speaking on Special Occasions
Speaking and Deliberating in Groups
Public Speaking in a Democratic Society
Democratic Citizenship and the Ethics of Public Speaking
Public Speaking and Civic Engagement
The Rhetorical Tradition and The Ethics of Speech
Deliberation and Demagoguery in the Twenty-first Century
The Responsible Citizen-Speaker
Listening and Speaking in a Democratic Society
The Speaker-Listener Partnership
Barriers To Good Listening
Critical Listening
Preparing Yourself to Speak
Building and Delivering Your Speech
Speaking with Confidence
Understanding Communication Apprehension
Factors That Contribute To Communication Apprehension
Managing Communication Apprehension
Diverse Audiences in a Democratic Society
Understanding Diverse Audiences
Identifying Individual Listener Needs and Values
Identifying Communal Needs and Values
Gathering Information for Audience Adaptation
Ongoing Strategies for Audience Adaptation
Developing Your Speech
Developing Significant Topics
Finding a Suitable Topic
Narrowing the Topic
Ethical Obligations in Selecting a Topic
General Purposes
Crafting and Testing Specific Purposes
Constructing a Thesis Statement
Responsible and Productive Research
A Productive Start
The Creative Enterprise of Building a Speech
Developing Information Literacy
Searching the Internet
Investigating Like a Professional: Using Library Resources
Gathering Information through Interviews
Gathering Information through E-Mail and Online Networking
Citing Sources of Quoted and Paraphrased Material
Supporting Your Ideas
Supporting Ideas with Evidence
Supporting Ideas Through Comparison and Contrast
Evaluating Supporting Material
Organizing Your Speech
The Elements of Sound Organization
How Patterns of Organization Connect Ideas
Guidelines for Organizing Your Speech
Transitions as Connectives
Introducing Your Speech
Concluding Your Speech
Outlining Your Speech
Types of Outlines
Basic Principles of Outlining
Presenting Your Speech
Using Language Effectively
Language and Meaning
Using Language That Is Clear and Accurate
Using Language That Is Active and Interesting
Using Appropriate and Ethical Language
Responding Critically to a Speaker's Style
Delivering Your Speech Effectively
Sounding Good versus Being Sound
Principles of Good Delivery
Speaking Extemporaneously
Alternative Styles of Delivery
Responding to Audience Questions
Supporting Your Ideas Visually
Functions of Presentational Aids
Options for Presentational Aids
Guidelines for Preparing Presentational Aids
Guidelines for Using Presentational Aids
Types of Public Speaking
Speaking to Inform
Functions of Informative Speeches
Types of Informative Speeches
Organizing the Informative Speech
How Audiences Learn from Informative Speeches
Persuasive Speaking in a Democratic Society
The Anatomy of Public Controversy
Questions of Fact, Value, and Policy
Ethical Proof in Persuasive Speaking
Appealing to Audience Emotions
Arguing Persuasively
Persuasion and Demagoguery in a Free Society
Constructing Reasonable Arguments
The Forms of Reasoning
Fallacies of Reasoning and Evidence
Speaking on Special Occasions
Ceremonial Speaking in a Free Society
Social Values in Ceremonial Speaking
The Forms of Ceremonial Speech
Style and Delivery in Ceremonial Speaking
Speaking and Deliberating in Groups
Understanding Public Deliberation
Group Structures That Encourage Dialogue and Deliberation
Factors That Influence Effective Group Deliberation
Group Presentations
Guidelines for Deliberating in Groups

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