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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.
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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: When speaking about the topic of retirement planning, the most important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is: C. age.
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User: The central idea is also referred to as the: A. main point. B. supporting material. C. thesis. D. specific purpose.

User: Effective public speaking is: A. audience-centered. B. message-centered. C. speaker-centered. D. channel-centered.

Weegy: A. audience-centered
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User: A speaker talking about the benefits of cosmetic surgery to an audience primarily of women is appealing to which level of needs in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs? A. Physiological needs B. Esteem needs C. Belongingness and love D. Safety needs

Weegy: B. Esteem needs
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User: When speaking about the awareness of breast cancer, the most important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is: A. beliefs. B. religion. C. age. D. gender.

Weegy: When speaking about the awareness of breast cancer, the most important thing to consider when analyzing your audience is: A. beliefs.
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User: Which of the following is a demographic characteristic of an audience? A. Size B. Lifestyle C. Gender D. Values

Weegy: C. Gender
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User: 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.
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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: B. your general purpose.
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