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Promotes public speaking as a vehicle for civic engagement

Public Speaking and Civic Engagement advocates for being an engaged citizen of democracy by communicating ideas and information that could benefit and improve one’s community. It teaches through a clear, engaging narrative and uses special features that demonstrate specific ways in which students and citizens can use public speaking to become better citizens.

MyCommunicationLab is an integral part of the Hogan program. Key learning applications include MediaShare, an eText, and a study plan.

A better teaching and learning experience

This program will provide a better teaching and learning experience–for you and your students. Here’s how:

  • Personalize Learning— MyCommunicationLab is online learning. MyCommunicationLab engages students through personalized learning and helps instructors from course preparation to delivery and assessment.
  • Improve Critical Thinking—Features that promote critical thinking, such as learning objectives and questions for review, appear throughout the book.
  • Engage Students—Tools throughout the text help students gauge their level of communication apprehension.
  • Apply Ethics—Discussions of ethical implications of speaker and listener choices appear in every chapter.
  • Support Instructors— A full set of supplements, including MyCommunicationLab, provides instructors with all the resources and support they need.

0205953956 / 9780205953950 Public Speaking and Civic Engagement Plus NEW MyCommunicationLab with eText -- Access Card Package

Package consists of:

0205252885 / 9780205252886 Public Speaking and Civic Engagement

0205890857 / 9780205890859 NEW MyCommunicationLab with Pearson eText -- Valuepack Access Card

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205953950
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 1/27/2013
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 512
  • Sales rank: 416,214
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

In This Section:

1) Brief Table of Contents

2) Full Table of Contents

1) Brief Table of Contents

Part I: Public Speaking in a Democratic Society

Chapter 1: Democratic Citizenship and the Ethics of Public Speaking

Chapter 2: Listening and Speaking in a Democratic Society

Chapter 3: Speaking with Confidence

Chapter 4: Diverse Audiences in a Democratic Society

Part II: Developing Your Speech

Chapter 5: Developing Significant Topics

Chapter 6: Responsible and Productive Research

Chapter 7: Supporting Your Ideas

Chapter 8: Organizing Your Speech

Chapter 9: Outlining Your Speech

Part III: Presenting Your Speech

Chapter 10: Using Language Effectively

Chapter 11: Delivering Your Speech Effectively

Chapter 12: Supporting Your Ideas Visually

Part IV: Types of Public Speaking

Chapter 13: Speaking to Inform

Chapter 14: Persuasive Speaking in a Democratic Society

Chapter 15: Arguing Persuasively

Chapter 16: Speaking on Special Occasions

Chapter 17: Speaking and Deliberating in Groups


2) Full Table of Contents

Part I: Public Speaking in a Democratic Society

Chapter 1: Democratic Citizenship and the Ethics of Public Speaking

Public Speaking and Civic Engagement

The Rhetorical Tradition and The Ethics of Speech

Deliberation and Demagoguery in the Twenty-first Century

The Responsible Citizen-Speaker

Chapter 2: Listening and Speaking in a Democratic Society

The Speaker-Listener Partnership

Barriers To Good Listening

Critical Listening

Preparing Yourself to Speak

Building and Delivering Your Speech

Chapter 3: Speaking with Confidence

Understanding Communication Apprehension

Factors That Contribute To Communication Apprehension

Managing Communication Apprehension

Chapter 4: Diverse Audiences in a Democratic Society

Understanding Diverse Audiences

Identifying Individual Listener Needs and Values

Identifying Communal Needs and Values

Gathering Information for Audience Adaptation

Ongoing Strategies for Audience Adaptation

Part II: Developing Your Speech

Chapter 5: Developing Significant Topics

Finding a Suitable Topic

Narrowing the Topic

Ethical Obligations in Selecting a Topic

General Purposes

Crafting and Testing Specific Purposes

Constructing a Thesis Statement

Chapter 6: Responsible and Productive Research

A Productive Start

The Creative Enterprise of Building a Speech

Developing Information Literacy

Searching the Internet

Investigating Like a Professional: Using Library Resources

Gathering Information through Interviews

Gathering Information through E-Mail and Online Networking

Citing Sources of Quoted and Paraphrased Material

Chapter 7: Supporting Your Ideas

Supporting Ideas with Evidence

Supporting Ideas Through Comparison and Contrast

Evaluating Supporting Material

Chapter 8: Organizing Your Speech

The Elements of Sound Organization

How Patterns of Organization Connect Ideas

Guidelines for Organizing Your Speech

Transitions as Connectives

Introducing Your Speech

Concluding Your Speech

Chapter 9: Outlining Your Speech

Types of Outlines

Basic Principles of Outlining

Part III: Presenting Your Speech

Chapter 10: Using Language Effectively

Language and Meaning

Using Language That Is Clear and Accurate

Using Language That Is Active and Interesting

Using Appropriate and Ethical Language

Responding Critically to a Speaker’s Style

Chapter 11: Delivering Your Speech Effectively

Sounding Good versus Being Sound

Principles of Good Delivery

Speaking Extemporaneously

Alternative Styles of Delivery

Responding to Audience Questions

Chapter 12: Supporting Your Ideas Visually

Functions of Presentational Aids

Options for Presentational Aids

Guidelines for Preparing Presentational Aids

Guidelines for Using Presentational Aids

Part IV: Types of Public Speaking

Chapter 13: Speaking to Inform

Functions of Informative Speeches

Types of Informative Speeches

Organizing the Informative Speech

How Audiences Learn from Informative Speeches

Chapter 14: Persuasive Speaking in a Democratic Society

The Anatomy of Public Controversy

Questions of Fact, Value, and Policy

Ethical Proof in Persuasive Speaking

Appealing to Audience Emotions

Chapter 15: Arguing Persuasively

Persuasion and Demagoguery in a Free Society

Constructing Reasonable Arguments

The Forms of Reasoning

Fallacies of Reasoning and Evidence

Chapter 16: Speaking on Special Occasions

Ceremonial Speaking in a Free Society

Social Values in Ceremonial Speaking

The Forms of Ceremonial Speech

Style and Delivery in Ceremonial Speaking

Chapter 17: Speaking and Deliberating in Groups

Understanding Public Deliberation

Group Structures That Encourage Dialogue and Deliberation

Factors That Influence Effective Group Deliberation

Group Presentations

Guidelines for Deliberating in Groups

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