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Comm Arts Q3 Review

TermDefinition
Setting The time and place of the action
Mood The overall feeling the literary work conveys to the reader. Details of setting help establish mood.
Infer To draw conclusions based on facts.
Indicate To show; to hint at
Deduce To use reasoning to figure something out.
What three things are used in infering? Clues in the text (it says...), your background knowledge (you know...), Inference (and so...)
Propaganda A form of persuasion that can be used for good and bad purposes.
Bandwagon Convinces you that since everyone else is doing it (or buying it), you should too.
Glittering Generalities Statements that sound positive but have no real meaning. (i.e. Freedom, good and evil)
Card-stacking Seeks to manipulate audience perception of an issue by emphasizing one side and de-emphasizing the other.
Testimonials Quotations, stories, or personal experiences of individuals used to make a product or idea sound worthwhile
Celebrity Endorsements Testimonials by famous people. Similarly, an appeal to authority cites an expert as a persuasive tool.
Created by: Turicek
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