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Persuasive Technique

Flash cards due November 16.

QuestionAnswer
Logical appeals Present facts and evidence to support a claim.
Claim A message.
Emotional appeals Stir the feels of an audience.
Loaded language . Words with either negative or positive connotations.
Hasty generalization A conclusion drawn from little evidence.
Over generalization A broad conclusion using words like nothing or never.
Circular reasoning Repeated paraphrased reasons
False cause The assumption that one earlier event caused another.
Public service announcement Non commercial media that informs about a social issue
Faulty reasoning Flawed thinking
Logic Correct thinking with solid evidence and reasons
Logical fallacies Incorrect reasoning
Purpose To convince
Bandwagon appeal Takes advantage of people's desire to be in a group
Stereotype A fixed idea about a group.
Name-calling Labeling with negative words
Snob appeal Only for special people
Endorsement Advertised by famous people
Commercial Advertisement Persuade to buy something
Persuasive To persuade or sway someone's beliefs.
Persuasive techniques Ways to persuade someone.
Propaganda Uses a figure that appeals to people and sends a message.
Propaganda techniques Such as snob appeal, bandwagon name-calling and other techniques.
Created by: zkukral2851