Public Speaking for Personal Success

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Wm. C. Brown Publishers, 1992 - Public speaking - 499 pages
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Contents

Preface
Public Speaking and Personal
SelfDisclosure
28
Audience Appeal
34
Things to Avoid
40
Symptoms of Communication
43
Introduction
54
Inability to Empathize
60
Use Action Language
191
The Introduction
202
Rhetorical Question
209
Supporting Ideas Visually
242
Help the Audience Remember
250
Supporting Ideas with
270
Values
277
Reasoning from Sign
280

Audience
93
Developing IdeasQuantity
101
The General Purpose
102
Significance of Topic Selection
108
Narrowing the Topic
116
Microform Department
122
Develop a Working
128
Why Organization Is Important
139
Intemal Summaries
146
NeedPlan
152
Induction and Deduction
158
The Key
172
Language and Experience
179
Allness
185
The Nature and Kinds of Evidence
288
Personal Evidence
295
Goals of Informative Speaking
307
13
332
Speeches of Introduction
366
Presentation Speech
373
Keynote Speech
381
DecisionMaking Groups
390
How To Handle
418
Sample Speeches
430
Troubleshooting Guide
462
Glossary
476
Credits
490
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About the author (1992)

Michael S. Hanna is Professor of Communication at the University of South Alabama. He has co-authored six books and has been a frequent consultant to business and industry, having worked most recently with corporations as Courtaulds Fibers, DuPont, Degussa, Olin Corporation and Ciba-Geigy.

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