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  • My Audience In My Speech
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    Communications 101 Midterm Exam Introduction This semester in my Communications 101, I have learned my different things. In the following paragraphs, I will explain and give some brief examples of the kind of things that have helped me become what I think is a more effective speaker. Dr. Davidson's class has helped me distinguish and almost perfect the art of communication. Module One In module one, one of the most key points was the definition of communication. Communication is a function of sh...
  • Cicero's First Philippic Against Marcus Antonius
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    In Cicero's, 'First Philippic against Marcus Antonius,' ; he is offering his view on the political situation after the death of Caesar. His purpose for coming before the Senate is to drive them to the realization that Marcus Antonius and his actions are slowly breaking down the unity of the country. He praises Marcus Antonius for his fine speech, intentions, and promises, then points out the fallacies and unconstitutionality of Marcus Antonius' actions. He reminds the Senators that 'Nothing was ...
  • Higgins And Eliza
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    In the play Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw, lessons regarding speech, relationships, and the nature of society are taught. It is intensely and deliberately didactic. Shaw points out the differences in pronunciation of language and how it varies from one place to another. You can spot an Irishman or a Yorkshireman by his brogue. An Irishman has a quite distinct accent, but it still makes the point of how pronunciation can reveal where someone lives. I can place any man within six miles. I can ...
  • Patrick Henry And Jonathan Edwards
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    Jonathan Edwards and Patrick Henrys biographies and speeches showed a lot of similar characteristics, but also many differences, Their speeches both contained incredible power and impact. Yet the effects and results were hardly on the same subject. Jonathan Edwards was a powerful speaker. He made his audience feel the words that he spoke. An example of this is in his speech, Sinners in the hands of and angry God when he says... hell is gaping for them, the flames gather and flash about them, and...
  • Regulations On Hate Speech
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    This paper will address some of the issues surrounding hate speech and its regulation. I will explain both Andrew Altman and Jonathan Rauch's positions in the first two sections. The third section will be on what Altman might say to Rauch's opposite views. I will then discuss my view that hate speech should never be regulated under any circumstance especially in the name of protecting someone's psychology, feelings, or insecurities like Altman prescribes. In the end, I will conclude that we shou...
  • Emotion At Points In His Speech
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    When given the assignment to select and critique a speech given by another, immediately I thought to choose someone who was obviously successful with his speech and memorable. For to be both well fitting for the assignment and interesting to me. The speeches that I chose were both containing of passionate sentiments, yet two different messages. I'll begin with a speech given by Adolph Hitler in 1934. Upon first impression when Hitler first takes the podium, he appears a nervous yet calm man, who...
  • Racist Speech Causes
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    Charles Lawrence says that there are strong reasons why some racist speech should be protected. Among these reasons is that tolerance of racist speech should be taught as a value, leaving government regulation out of the picture, and forcing society to deal with the problems by itself. But when free speech conflicts with the elimination of racism, according to Lawrence there is a problem. He highlights the conflicts of legislation by describing current results, i. e., making minorities second-cl...
  • McKinley's Four Points In His Speech
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    Justifying the Philippines William McKinley in 1899 gave a speech regarding why the United States decided to keep the Philippines, when they were "dropped into our laps". Before giving the speech McKinley was burdened by what would be in the best interest of both countries. He gave four very strong points, with reasoning on why "keeping" the Philippines is the best plan of action for the United States to take. McKinleys first reason on why it was necessary to keep the Philippines was that giving...

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