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Q: The best empathic listening response below is
A: Persuasive speaking is an area in which students should pay particular attention to ethical considerations. Persuasion can be self-serving (e.g., persuasive sales techniques). [ [ Sometimes speakers justify the use of unethical methods by convincing themselves they are right and know better than the audience. When a speaker asks audience members to alter their beliefs, opinions, or behaviour,
the speaker must be sure he or she is using facts and sound logic rather than unethical methods. Students are probably unaware of all the times they use persuasive speaking in the course of a day. Speaking to convince friends to watch one television program over another is an example of persuasive speaking. Sometimes people are frustrated by their inability to express themselves in order to convince others, even though they feel they have good reasons and sound arguments. This module will encourage students to become more confident in putting forward their points of view. Students are exposed to the persuasive speaking of others on a daily basis as well (e.g., a television commercial in which a famous athlete tries to convince them to use a particular brand of shampoo). Politicians, spiritual leaders, sales people, and activists all use persuasive speaking as part of their daily communication activities. This module will encourage students to develop their persuasive speaking abilities within ethical contexts. Through the exploration of persuasive techniques, they will also learn to be effective listeners and decision makers in response to the persuasive speaking of others. Bringing About Change ] ]
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Weegy: Persuasive speaking is an area in which students should pay particular attention to ethical considerations. Persuasion can be self-serving (e.g., persuasive sales techniques). [ [ Sometimes speakers justify the use of unethical methods by convincing themselves they are right and know better than the audience. When a speaker asks audience members to alter their beliefs, opinions, or behaviour, the speaker must be sure he or she is using facts and sound logic rather than unethical methods. Students are probably unaware of all the times they use persuasive speaking in the course of a day. Speaking to convince friends to watch one television program over another is an example of persuasive speaking. Sometimes people are frustrated by their inability to express themselves in order to convince others, even though they feel they have good reasons and sound arguments. This module will encourage students to become more confident in putting forward their points of view. Students are exposed to the persuasive speaking of others on a daily basis as well (e.g., a television commercial in which a famous athlete tries to convince them to use a particular brand of shampoo). Politicians, spiritual leaders, sales people, and activists all use persuasive speaking as part of their daily communication activities. This module will encourage students to develop their persuasive speaking abilities within ethical contexts. Through the exploration of persuasive techniques, they will also learn to be effective listeners and decision makers in response to the persuasive speaking of others. Bringing About Change ] ]
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User: The best empathic listening response below is

Weegy: Persuasive speaking is an area in which students should pay particular attention to ethical considerations. Persuasion can be self-serving (e.g., persuasive sales techniques). [ [ Sometimes speakers justify the use of unethical methods by convincing themselves they are right and know better than the audience. When a speaker asks audience members to alter their beliefs, opinions, or behaviour, the speaker must be sure he or she is using facts and sound logic rather than unethical methods. Students are probably unaware of all the times they use persuasive speaking in the course of a day. Speaking to convince friends to watch one television program over another is an example of persuasive speaking. Sometimes people are frustrated by their inability to express themselves in order to convince others, even though they feel they have good reasons and sound arguments. This module will encourage students to become more confident in putting forward their points of view. Students are exposed to the persuasive speaking of others on a daily basis as well (e.g., a television commercial in which a famous athlete tries to convince them to use a particular brand of shampoo). Politicians, spiritual leaders, sales people, and activists all use persuasive speaking as part of their daily communication activities. This module will encourage students to develop their persuasive speaking abilities within ethical contexts. Through the exploration of persuasive techniques, they will also learn to be effective listeners and decision makers in response to the persuasive speaking of others. Bringing About Change ] ]
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