Literature Review: Subject of Persuasion

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Student Id:Name:Student Number:Word count:Name of the course:Tutor name:“PERSUASION1|P a g e
Student Id:TABLEOFCONTENTSIntroduction..........................................................................................................................................3Literature review on Persuasion...........................................................................................................3Influence of Persuasion........................................................................................................................4The communicator............................................................................................................................4The message.....................................................................................................................................5The channel of communication........................................................................................................6The audience.....................................................................................................................................6Conclusion............................................................................................................................................7Works Cited..........................................................................................................................................82|P a g e
Student Id:“CRITICALLYEVALUATETHEROLEOFTHESEFOURFACTORSTHATCANINFLUENCEPERSUASION: (1) THECOMMUNICATOR, (2)THEMESSAGE, (3)HOWTHEMESSAGEISCOMMUNICATEDAND(4)THEAUDIENCE.”INTRODUCTIONThis study focusses on the subject of persuasion and its factors of influences.This literature reviewfocuses on the subject of persuasion. Persuasion has numerous amounts of influences, for example;the communicator, the message that persuade people for any activity, the way of message to becommunicated and the audience of the message.The persuasive message arouses the emotion andsometimes it simply means a logical message. It is also needed to be deciding that the expressedmessage is it tells about only one side or it acknowledges as well as refutes the opposing views aswell.On the other hand the channel through which the message is communicated is equallyimportant to check or amplify the idea about the work or performance, especially if it is a case ofresponsibility. It is connected with the attitude and behaviour of the individual while propagatingthe message how confidently or less vulnerably is shown[ CITATION Soc \l 16393 ].LITERATUREREVIEWPersuasion is the process through which the attitudes as well as the behaviour of the person areinfluenced, without duress, by the way of communication to other people. Individual’s attitudesalong with the behaviour ale subjected to get affected by other factors, like, physical coercion,verbal threats or the individual’s physiological states. Other way, it is not intended that all kind ofcommunication would be persuasive in nature whereas the purposes involve in informing orentertaining[CITATION The176 \l 16393 ].On the other hand Persuasion is the act or process that presents the arguments which will move,motivate or change the audience[CITATION Soc \l 16393 ].Aristotle taught rhetoric, or any art related to public speaking .in both the cases it is involved thefaculty who can observe the available meanings of persuasion. Again, as a matter of fact ofpresident Obama, who may be appealed the sense of duty as national values. as per to lend the carkeys, it is needed to persuade the parents, but the individual may ask one of the parents instead ofboth keeping in mind the one who will readily approachable as well as provide the same idea as theindividual is thinking for him/her[ CITATION Fer16 \l 16393 ].The Persuasion thus is implicit as well as explicit while the both positive and negative effects willact together[CITATION Kas14 \l 16393 ].3|P a g e
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