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Early study of public speaking was known as: A. public communication. B. rhetoric. C. public relations. D. communication study.
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Early study of public speaking was known as: RHETORIC.
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Early study of public speaking was known as: A. public communication. B. rhetoric. C. public relations. D. communication study.
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When preparing an outline for a speech, which of the below is NOT a part of the speech outline? A. Introduction B. Conclusion C. Personal Story D. Body
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The process of changing people s beliefs or actions is called: A. public relations. B. public speaking. C. persuasion. D. public communication.
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The process of changing people’s beliefs or actions is called: PERSUASION.
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What translation rule can be used to describe the result of the composition of T (x,y) and T(x,y) A. T(x,y) B. T(X,Y) D.T(x,y)
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