Audience adaptation and argument in John Paul II"s American speeches, October 1979 a textual analysis

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  • John Paul -- II, -- Pope, -- 1920-2005.,
  • John Paul -- II, -- Pope, -- 1920-2005 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Public speaking -- Religious aspects.

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Statementby Michael Vincent Pearson.
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Paginationviii, 279 leaves.
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Released in October to mark John Paul's 20th anniversary as Pope, "Fides et Ratio" took 12 years to complete and is viewed by many as the culmination of his philosophical and theological. Rubin, ), any argument for a concept of audience that does not accom-modate differences in situational constraints and, more specifically, audi-ences.

It is therefore hard to understand how measures of audience awareness and adaptation in writing can be used that are not at least par. Internal Previews. An internal preview is a phrase or sentence that gives an audience an idea of what is to come within a section of a speech.

An internal preview works similarly to the preview that a speaker gives at the end of a speech introduction, quickly outlining what he or she is going to talk about (i.e., the speech’s three main body points).

John also intended for his gospel to be read by many of the Gentiles. This is quite evident as John’s gospel puts a very large point on calling Jesus “The Son of God” and delivering the message to the readers of the gospel that Jesus is quite divine and powerful.

Preparing for your speech is only one way in which a speaker can ensure audience adaptation. You need a keen eye for non-verbal cues during and after the speech to determine whether your audience.

Book title The Art of Public a speaker does with the audience- the speech is a mental give and take between the audience and speaker Mental dialogue with the audience- the give and take interaction means you must prepare your speech in order to access the many arguments of your audience The target audience: the portion of the whole audience.

Engaging the American People With a Call to Action: John F Kennedy, Janu Hand in hand with the main idea is the call to action. A speech is most effective when the audience is challenged to engage with the message and the speaker’s argument. • A living, breathing audience makes speechmaking one of the most personal, exciting, and empowering forms of communication • Speakers who fail to connect with their audiences will also fail to achieve their purpose; your purpose should not be fixed or inflexible; the more your learn about your audience, the more likely you will modify your purpose in small ways or even change it radically.

Audience adaptation will be included throughout the speech, but an effective introduction requires meaningful adaptation of the topic to the audience. You need to find ways to get the members of your audience involved early in the speech.

The following are some possible options to connect your speech to your audience: Reference to the Occasion.

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The series was the first radio comedy programme to be. For persuasive speeches, the process that involves adjusting your message both to the knowledge level of the listeners and to their present position on the issue is A.

audience analysis. translating. audience adaptation. audience questionnaires. The rhetorical situation analysis consists of four elements: audience, occasion, speaker and speech, each assessing the quality of speech. In this essay, I will analyze the rhetorical situation of the historical speech “The Challenger Address” delivered by the 40th president of the United States, Ronald Reagan.

Adapting the Message to the Audience While Delivering the Speech. Speakers are encouraged to plan to adapt during the speech.

With a face-to-face audience in a small room, the speaker can observe non-verbal reactions such as looks of confusion or expressions of agreement or disagreement, and adjust the message accordingly. * Successful arguments should produce changes in the audience. * The arguer convinces the audience, and the members of the audience change their minds.

* In negotiation, a consensus is reached. * Some arguments do not have clear results: Hostile audiences may be brought to a neutral point of view. - A neutral audience may decide to take a.

Audience Adaptation during the speech. If things go wrong: Find another way to present visual aids, adjust delivery and modify introduction If you are short on time, shorten three main points Adapting is the key in public speaking.

Debate is a process that involves formal discussion on a particular topic. In a debate, opposing arguments are put forward to argue for opposing viewpoints. Debate occurs in public meetings, academic institutions, and legislative assemblies. It is a formal type of discussion, often with a moderator and an audience, in addition to the debate participants.

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Good Times is a spin-off of Maude, which itself is a spin-off of All in the Family. The persuasive speech 1. The persuasive speech SLCC Fairview High School 2. The goal of a persuasivespeech:• Convince your audience think, believe, or act as you want them to. Before we beginGet out your writer’s notebook to write when Iask you directed questions on the followingslides.

This paper is a comparative analysis of hate speech laws between Japan and the United States. I will analyze hate rhetoric stemming from the years to present day. Today 's political climate has generated a rebirth of hate speech in both countries.

Hate speech is a concern for those who believe in the right to free speech and expression. Demographic audience analysis: What special adaptation is necessary in the speech because of the audience's age sex religion racial or ethnic background group membership other (specify) Situational audience analysis: What special adaptation is necessary in the speech because of the audience's size response to the physical setting knowledge.

George Weigel is Distinguished Senior Fellow of Washington’s Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he holds the William E. Simon Chair in Catholic Studies. His bestselling two-volume biography of Pope St.

John Paul II, Witness to Hope () and The End and the Beginning (), was complemented in by a volume of memoirs, Lessons in Hope: My Unexpected Life with St. John Paul II. The Tempest is a play by William Shakespeare, probably written in –, and thought to be one of the last plays that Shakespeare wrote the first scene, which takes place on a ship at sea during a tempest, the rest of the story is set on a remote island, where the sorcerer Prospero, a complex and contradictory character, lives with his daughter Miranda, and his two servants.

Explanation: As with Peter (see chart ), the book of Acts contains seven speeches of the apostle Paul. In verses, Paul addresses Jews in Antioch, Jerusalem, and Rome; ruling Greeks in Athens; King Agrippa in Caesarea; and converts of the John the Baptist and the elders of the church in Ephesus.

Listening to oral arguments allows judges to determine whether the advocates are “trustworthy, open and forthright” as well as “likeable.” People aren’t just persuaded by logic. They’re also persuaded by whether they trust the person making the argument. And to get that trust, the audience must look you in the eye.

To Build. Arguments: Exploration is uniquely American, making this mission an integral part of what it means to be American—a pioneer-Must continue pioneering to honor their lives-Helps audience with sudden process of mourning on the same day Quotes: "Slip the surly bonds of earth"-"Its all part of the process of exploration and discovery".

Audience adaptation cannot occur without it. Imagery. can be integrated into a speech to keep an audience attentive. Unbiased and current. Testimony must have these characteristics in order to be persuasive. Illustration. Expanded and detailed example A system for analyzing arguments.

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Paul VI visited it in during the second session of Vatican II, and John Paul II visited it twice: once in and a second time in on the 50th anniversary of the UN.

In his speech, JPII praised the UN objective: " to promote respect for human rights. Distinguish between audience demographics and audience psychographics.

Create a profile for a particular target audience. Explain the concept of audience adaptation generally and what it means in terms of adjusting to co-culturally diverse audiences.

Outline I. Identifying Your Target Audience A. Book on Basilicas; National Shrines; World Heritage Churches Documents and Speeches by Pope John Paul II.

Documents (8) Type: Date: Mass at the beginning of the Pontificate Homily: For the celebration of World Day of Peace peace. Message: Visit to the Basilica of St. Mary Major: Speech: Pope Saint John Paul II (Latin: Ioannes Paulus II; Italian: Giovanni Paolo II; Polish: Jan Paweł II; born Karol Józef Wojtyła [ˈkarɔl ˈjuzɛv vɔjˈtɨwa]; 18 May – 2 April ) was the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State from until his death in He was elected pope by the second papal conclave ofwhich was called after Pope John.

Students are often asked to perform speeches, but rarely do we require students to analyze speeches as carefully as we study works of literature. In this unit, students are required to identify the rhetorical strategies in a famous speech and the specific purpose for each chosen device.

They will write an essay about its effectiveness and why it is still famous after all these years. EXPLANATION SPEECH: AUDIENCE ANALYSIS/ADAPTATION.

Directions: Type or word-process the answers to the following questions. Use this information to direct your speech preparation.

Post to instructor via Oncourse Mail as per instructions in schedule/calendar. The best way to reduce the risk of such situations is to conduct an audience analysis as you prepare your speech. Audience analysis The process of gathering certain kinds of information about the people in your audience and using that information to understand the beliefs, values, needs, attitudes, and opinions they hold.

is the process of. Demographic audience analysis: What special adaptation is necessary in the speech because of the audience’s. age. gender. sexual orientation. religion. racial, ethnic, and cultural background. group membership. other (specify) Situational audience analysis: What special adaptation is necessary in the speech because of the audience’s.

size. The speech could be a formality that would interest only “policy wonks,” or with the use of good situational audience analysis, it could be a popular event reinforcing the connection between the president and the American people. Describe any facts or explanations given to support the speaker’s argument or topic of discussion.

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The audience he. Argument & Audience. In The Writing Process area of the Excelsior OWL, you can learn about the importance of audience awareness to your writing in general. But, when it comes to making a convincing argument, audience awareness is going to be more important than ever before.

In argument, perhaps more than any other genre, you have to be completely aware of and writing for your target audience.

A tale of two speeches A tale of two speeches followed on Jan. 20 by President John F. Kennedy’s storied inaugural address. Implicit in both speeches was a traditional American.

St. John Paul II, Address to Pontifical Academy of Sciences, as quoted in L’Osservatore Romano N. 44 () – November 4, Liberal news media made much of this apology, but it was only recognizing in a formal way earlier actions of the Church–removing Galileo’s book from the index, setting up a Vatican Observatory — and setting.

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