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2 edition of Persuasive communication found in the catalog.
Erwin Paul Bettinghaus
|Statement||[by] Erwin P. Bettinghaus.|
|LC Classifications||BF637.P4 B4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 308 p.|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||68010975|
Persuasive communication means such an effective communication through which a person(communicator/sender) convinces his point to the communicatee/receiver. In. William D. Crano, Antonis Gardikiotis, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Source. Features of the source of a persuasive communication have proven important to the success or failure of an attempt at influence. In Hovland's learning-based model, being in agreement (and identified) with a respected message source was .
The key skills for successful persuasion, then, are pretty wide. First of all, successful persuaders tend to have high self-esteem and good Emotional Intelligence more generally. They really believe that they will succeed. You also need to remain motivated and believe in yourself and your ideas. See our pages on Self-motivation for more. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City New York ContaineridPages:
The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. Seller Inventory # GOR More information about this seller | Contact this seller 1. Persuasive Communication. Bettinghaus, Erwin P. ISBN ISBN Used. Book Description. This updated and expanded edition of Persuasive Communication offers a comprehensive introduction to persuasion and real-world decision g on empirical research from social psychology, neuroscience, business communication research, cognitive science, and behavioral economics, Young reveals the thought processes of many different .
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Now in a revised and expanded second edition, this popular text provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of persuasive messages and their effects.
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Persuasive Communication is a unique compilation with a three-part focus: persuasion, writing, and speaking. Professors can adapt the order of chapters to meet the needs of their course structure. Students can study current theory and research in persuasion while sharpening their research, writing, and speaking skills.2/5(1).
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In this lesson, you'll learn. The main features of this pioneering work were outlines in the research team’s book, Communication and Persuasion (Hovland, Janis, & Kelley, ).
They suggested that the key to understanding why people would attend to, understand, remember and accept a persuasive message was to study the characteristics of the person presenting the message. Providing an accessible integration of theory and research methods, this text prepares students to critically analyze persuasive appeals and to design effective messages and campaigns.
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communication model. 4- The persuasive communication model. Persuasion The act of persuasion is as old as man. In Ancient Greece, persuasion was the main means of achieving power and winning in the courts. Aristotle was the first to study persuasion in depth.
He linked communication with persuasion. He identified communication asFile Size: KB. Persuasive Communication is one of the cornerstone skills you need to have if you want to, get what you want, make your way and leave your mark in this world.
This is a short summary of the book Persuasion IQ – by Kurt Mortensen. Teaching and Persuasive Communication: Class Presentation Skills a handbook for faculty, teaching assistants and teaching fellows book contains dozens of practical suggestions that may initiate a long Communication is a complex process, but a communication system is.
Persuasive communications 1. Persuasive Communications Dr. G C Mohanta, BE, MSc(Engg), MBA, PhD(Mgt) Professor 2. Persuasion and Persuasive Communication The term ‘persuasion’ means to force someone into something. The art of persuasion is the art of finding the best available means of moving a specific audience in a specific situation to a specific.
Synopsis: This classic, cogent analysis of the major theories of persuasive communication includes many examples from advertising, the legal profession and social sciences research. About the Author: Michael J. Cody is a Professor in the School of Communication at the University of Southern California.
His research interests have focused Price Range: $ - $ Other articles where Communication and Persuasion is discussed: Carl I. Hovland: these studies were published in Communication and Persuasion (; reprinted ), by Hovland, I.L. Janis, and H.H. Kelley, and in later monographs.
This research led Hovland to an analysis of symbolic processes and to work in the field of computer simulation of human thought processes.
Students in Persuasive Communication meet the General Education Learning Goals of Critical Thinking and Information Literacy through many of the class exercises, papers, tests, and through a final presentation in which the student(s) produces a persuasive campaign.
This presentation requires the use of multiple sources of evidence.this persuasive communication effect is defined as strengthening already present beliefs of your audience.
ex: brand loyalty, repetition shaping this persuasive communication effect is defined as trying to formulate a new opinion. ex: Apple launching a new product.Get this from a library! Persuasive communication. [James B Stiff; Paul A Mongeau] -- Providing an accessible integration of theory and research methods, this text prepares students to critically analyse persuasive appeals and to design effective messages and campaigns.
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