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When speaking about the topic of retirement planning, the most important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is: A. attitude. B. religion. C. age. D. gender.
Violent and non-violent offending can be predicted more accurately than is generally believed. [ [ [ It is not difficult to identify a high risk category of people at age 8?10 who have an elevated probability (three or four times that of the remainder) of becoming offenders. This identification can be based on either antisocial behaviour or a deprived background or both. Depending on the
prevalence of offending, the false positive rates may be high or low, but the odds ratio is a better measure of predictive efficiency. Overall, the early prediction of offending in the Cambridge study was quite impressive. ] ] ]
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User: When speaking about the topic of retirement planning, the most important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is: A. attitude. B. religion. C. age. D. gender.

Weegy: Violent and non-violent offending can be predicted more accurately than is generally believed. [ [ [ It is not difficult to identify a high risk category of people at age 8?10 who have an elevated probability (three or four times that of the remainder) of becoming offenders. This identification can be based on either antisocial behaviour or a deprived background or both. Depending on the prevalence of offending, the false positive rates may be high or low, but the odds ratio is a better measure of predictive efficiency. Overall, the early prediction of offending in the Cambridge study was quite impressive. ] ] ]
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User: Nicole was asked to speak to the French Club about her trip to Northern France. She knew her audience would be made up of high school students learning the language and culture of France. Nicole identified her audience: A. profile. B. psychographics. C. demographics. D. background.

Weegy: C. demographics.
Expert answered|camibeth3|Points 98|

User: Demographics is important to know your: A. speech. B. topic. C. audience. D. location of speaking event

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Age, gender, education, and sociocultural backgrounds are characteristics of: A. psychographics. B. demographics. C. the speaker’s profile. D. audience response to the speech
Weegy: The answer is B. demographics. User: The central idea is also referred to as the: A. main point. B. supporting material. C. thesis. D. specific purpose. Weegy: The answer is C. Thesis User: Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence: A. the essence of your speech. B. your general purpose. C. your specific purpose. D. your topic. Weegy: Your central idea is a statement that captures in a single sentence: A. the essence of your speech. User: Effective public speaking is: A. audience-centered. B. message-centered. C. speaker-centered. D. channel-centered. Weegy: Effective public speaking is: A. audience-centered User: Physical context or setting of the speech may refer to: A. timing. B. length of the speech. C. location of speaking event. D. topic. (More)
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Attitudes, beliefs, values, and motivation are characteristics of: A. psychographics. B. demographics. C. the speaker’s profile. D. the audience’s response to the speech
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Attitudes, beliefs, values, and motivation are characteristics of psychographics.
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Credibility in Public Speaking is what Aristotle refers to as: A. ethos. B. pathos. C. logos. D. mythos.
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Credibility in Public Speaking is what Aristotle refers to as ethos.
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