10 terms

Course foundation: Rhetorical Situation

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topic(s)
RHETORICAL SITUATION: What you're reading and writing about.
primary purpose(s)
RHETORICAL SITUATION: What you're MOST trying to achieve.
secondary purpose(s)
RHETORICAL SITUATION: What you're ALSO trying to achieve.
primary audience(s)
RHETORICAL SITUATION: Who you're MOST focusing on to achieve purpose.
secondary audience(s)
RHETORICAL SITUATION: Who you ALSO need to consider.
authorship
RHETORICAL SITUATION: "Eight Stages of Authorship" process to create the situation's communication(s): inventing, researching, drafting, peer reviewing, revising, editing, proofreading, publishing.
logos
RHETORICAL SITUATION (RHETORICAL APPEAL): Appeal to audiences' LOGICS.
pathos
RHETORICAL SITUATION (RHETORICAL APPEAL): Appeal to audiences' EMOTIONS.
ethos
RHETORICAL SITUATION (RHETORICAL APPEAL): Appeal to author CREDIBILITY, from audience points-of-view.
kairos
RHETORICAL SITUATION: Maximizing the communication's effectiveness when publishing, factoring its timing, place, medium, and other contextual factors.
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