Three Means of persuasion discussion

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Instructions: In class we discussed three different means of persuasion (i.e., ethos, pathos, and logos). Effective public speakers are very strategic in their use of these tactics. Your task is to identify a specific public speaker’s use of ethos, pathos and logos. For this activity, you will need to consult unit 6, 7, 8.

Take a look at this TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/manoush_zomorodi_how_boredom_can_lead_to_your_most_brilliant_ideas

Based on the video that you just watched please answer the following questions:

Ethos:

  • Please briefly define ethos
  • Define the three dimensions (three C’s) of Credibility AND provide an example of each from the video.
  • Please briefly define pathos
  • Provide three examples of how the speaker appealed to the audiences’ and your emotions.
  • Please briefly define logos
  • Identify if the speaker used either a logical fallacy or a type of evidence (i.e., example, statistic, and/or testimonial). For this part focus on discussing either logical fallacies or the different types of evidence. Regarding logical fallacies, please provide the example of the fallacy the speaker was guilty of committing and why that example is evidence of a fallacy. Regarding types of evidence, provide an example of each type of evidence the speaker used.

Pathos:

Logos:


This activity must be submitted to eCampus as either a text submission or an attached file no later than 11:59pm.

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Please, use the file (activity 8) as your form of answer. The answer for each question should be under it

For example, for the first question, the link of the emotional appeal should be under it. and so on.

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Activity 9: Three Means of persuasion Instructions: In class we discussed three different means of persuasion (i.e., ethos, pathos, and logos). Effective public speakers are very strategic in their use of these tactics. Your task is to identify a specific public speaker’s use of ethos, pathos and logos. For this activity, you will need to consult unit 6, 7, 8. Take a look at this TED Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/manoush_zomorodi_how_boredom_can_lead_to_your_most_brilliant _ideas Based on the video that you just watched please answer the following questions: Ethos: (1) Please briefly define ethos (2) Define the three dimensions (three C’s) of Credibility AND provide an example of each from the video. Pathos: (3) Please briefly define pathos (4) Provide three examples of how the speaker appealed to the audiences’ and your emotions. Logos: (5) Please briefly define logos (6) Identify if the speaker used either a logical fallacy or a type of evidence (i.e., example, statistic, and/or testimonial). For this part focus on discussing either logical fallacies or the different types of evidence. Regarding logical fallacies, please provide the example of the fallacy the speaker was guilty of committing and why that example is evidence of a fallacy. Regarding types of evidence, provide an example of each type of evidence the speaker used. This activity must be submitted to eCampus as either a text submission or an attached file no later than 11:59pm. ...
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Ethos

Ethos refers to a set of belief and character for a specific group of persons. Ethos is used
by public speakers to persuade an audience in different ways. The three Cs of credibility refer to
a set of aspects every public speaker strives for especially in a crisis. The 3 C's are compassion,
confidence and competence, and aid in opening up the listener's mind for hearing and believing
what the speaker says (Hamby, Brinberg, & Daniloski, 2017). Confidence is demonstrated in the
video by the first speaker who articulates the words and maintains a convincing eye. Confidence
makes the listener listen and believe in the words of the communicator. Compassion in evident
by the speaker's choice of words to show the listener on caring for the feelings and current
sit...

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