CH 7-COMSCI-Political Persuasion
A Coggle Diagram about OBJ 2: Define the different kinds of audiences, and discuss the guidelines that can be used by speakers in order to persuade them.
, OBJ 4: Contrast the communication in an oratory setting with the communication during a media conference, and an assembly debate.
, OBJ 1: Explain McNair’s definition of political communication.
, OBJ 9: Critically discuss the functions and manifestations of directed political language, especially in regard to South African politics over the last 20 years.
- Language (speech) has function of indicating to members of a group what is harmful or useful
- Indicating what is good and evil or just and unjust
- The producing and sharing of a common view regarding these concepts is an intrinsic part of constituting a social or political group
, OBJ 3: Discuss the factors that influence language styles of political persuasion in different settings.
, OBJ 10: The role of ideology in structuring and directing political language. An ideology is the following…
and Directed com (as a form of distorted com) is defined as restricted com that by its nature inhibits a full discussion of problems, issues and ideas that have public relevance, and result from the governmental policy to structure language and com