The art of public speaking / Stephen E. Lucas.
By: Lucas, StephenMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1995Edition: 5th edDescription: xxiii, 469 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0070390150; 9780070390157Subject(s): Public speaking | English LiteratureDDC classification: 808.51 LOC classification: PN4121 | .L72 1995Online resources: WorldCat details
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Lucas, Stephen, 1946-
Art of public speaking.
New York : McGraw-Hill, ©1995
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Speaking in public --
Ethics and public speaking --
Selecting a topic and purpose --
Analyzing the audience --
Gathering materials --
Supporting your ideas --
Organizing the body of the speech --
Beginning and ending the speech --
Outlining the speech --
Using language --
Using visual aids --
Speaking to inform --
Speaking to persuade --
Methods of persuasion --
Speaking on special occasions --
Speaking in small groups --
Speeches for analysis and discussion. Table of contents
This text provides step-by-step instruction in the preparation and presentation of speeches, including current issues such as multiculturalism, changing demographics and their influence on audience analysis, non-sexist language, and the role of argumentation in persuasive speaking.