Aerospace Speechmaking Guide

Aerospace Speechmaking Guide

AF PAMPHLET 190 - 39 DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE Headquarters
USAF Washington DC 20330 November 1969 Information Activities
AEROSPACE SPEECHMAKING GUIDE Air Force personnel share a continuing
responsibility for ...

Author: United States. Department of the Air Force. Office of Information Services

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ISBN: UOM:39015003959866

Category: Oratory

Page: 27

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The Speechmaking Process

The Speechmaking Process

Raymond Samuel Ross. THE SPEECHMAKING PROCESS EL Ε ν Ε Ν Τ Η Ε DI
TT Ο Ν ES RAYMOND S . Ross SED ELEVENTH EDITION THE
SPEECHMAKING PROCESS RAYMOND S . ROSS Wayne. Front Cover.

Author: Raymond Samuel Ross

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: 0205273041

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 358

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This crisply-written and time-tested introduction to public speaking text provides students with both the theoretical framework, based in the social sciences, for becoming more effective communicators and practical advice on how to accomplish this goal. Long a successful classroom tool, the eleventh edition enlists the insights provided by an eclectic range of disciplines and thinkers, from Cicero to the cognitive psychologists to the social constructionists. By making this abstract information accessible and usable, Ross shows students what they must do when they address an audience, how to make their speech better and more effective, and what are the ethical and logical considerations necessary to insure that the speech is accurate, fair-minded, and well-researched.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Guide to Speechmaking

A Guide to Speechmaking

John Atkinson, John Aye. A GUIDE TO SPEECHMAKING SPEECHMAKING Ву
JOHN AYE Author of " Humour of Drinking.

Author: John Atkinson

Publisher:

ISBN: MSU:31293036604902

Category: Public speaking

Page: 122

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Categories: Public speaking

Speechmaking

Speechmaking

Author: J. Michael Sproule

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages

ISBN: PSU:000033173719

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 433

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A postmodern framework, reflected in the second edition subtitle, brings together different traditions and patterns of communication from world wide oral rhetorics to today's speeches. Students learn to draw upon these resources help to develop their own communicative voice. Concepts and skills are demonstrated by extensive research (800 critical, historical, and empirical studies) and hundreds of contemporary and historical examples.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Political Parties Parliaments and Legislative Speechmaking

Political Parties  Parliaments and Legislative Speechmaking

As described in Chapter 1, we here ask two slightly different questions about
legislative speechmaking, aiming at explain speechmaking patterns in different
parliaments: 'Why do some MPs take the parliamentary floor?', and 'Why do some
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Author: H. Bäck

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137484550

Category: Political Science

Page: 192

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In analysing speeches made by legislators, this book provides theoretical and empirical answers to questions such as: Why do some Members of Parliament (MPs) take the parliamentary floor and speak more than others, and why do some MPs deviate more than others from the ideological position of their party? The authors evaluate their hypotheses on legislative speechmaking by considering parliamentary debates in seven European democracies: Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Norway and Sweden. Assuming that MPs are concerned with policy-making, career advancement, and re-election, the book discusses various incentives to taking the floor, and elaborates on the role of gender and psychological incentives in speechmaking. The authors test our expectations on a novel dataset that covers information on the number of speeches held by MPs and on the ideological positions MPs adopted when delivering a speech.
Categories: Political Science

Why Presidential Speech Locations Matter

Why Presidential Speech Locations Matter

This book explores speeches by American presidents.

Author: Shannon Bow O'Brien

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319781365

Category: Political Science

Page: 208

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This book explores speeches by American presidents. Domestic public presidential speechmaking helps us understand the pressures, priorities, and targeted audiences of different presidencies. Many administrations generally work to reinforce already existing support though some may try to reach out to new areas. Census areas help us better understand where presidents prioritize speeches in certain areas of the country. Designated Market Areas, or media markets, allow us to look at presidential speechmaking without geographical constraints and focus on areas of population concentrations. Electoral College results show that most administrations prefer to give speeches in places where they have the most electoral support to reinforce their bases. The chapter on vacation locations explores how some presidents use Camp David or their homes as places to actively speak, while some administrations just use them as retreats. Foreign speeches allow us to see that most presidents prefer to speak in openly free countries more than other places.
Categories: Political Science

Speechmaking

Speechmaking

The ultimate guide to confident public speaking from a government speechwriter Essential for all who write or give speeches as part of jobs in politics, business and the civil service, as well as those with a general interest in current ...

Author: Susan Jones

Publisher: Politicos Pub

ISBN: 1842751093

Category: Political Science

Page: 187

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The ultimate guide to confident public speaking from a government speechwriter Essential for all who write or give speeches as part of jobs in politics, business and the civil service, as well as those with a general interest in current events, government and politics Examples from over 200 well-known speeches by world-class speakers A unique approach to speechwriting at the highest level Speechmaking is an insider's view of speeches, describing how, in a high-tech world, these low-tech tools of persuasion still count. With examples from over 200 speeches by Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, George Bush, Bill Clinton, and the Queen and many others, this is a book for anyone who wants to know how to use language to maximum effect and at the highest level. Susan Jones uses her experience of working with and writing for political orators to reveal the rhetorical secrets of high-profile speechwriting.
Categories: Political Science

Political Parties Parliaments and Legislative Speechmaking

Political Parties  Parliaments and Legislative Speechmaking

In analysing speeches made by legislators, this book provides theoretical and empirical answers to questions such as: Why do some Members of Parliament (MPs) take the parliamentary floor and speak more than others, and why do some MPs ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: 113748456X

Category: Communication in politics

Page:

View: 308

Why do some Members of Parliament (MPs) take the parliamentary floor and speak more than others? Why do some MPs deviate more than others from the ideological position of their party? This book develops hypotheses on legislative speechmaking and evaluates them by analysing parliamentary debates in seven European democracies: Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Norway and Sweden. Assuming that MPs are concerned with policy-making, career advancement, and re-election, the authors discuss various incentives to taking the floor, and elaborate on the role of gender and psychological incentives in speechmaking. They test their expectations on a novel dataset that covers information on the number of speeches held by MPs and on the ideological positions MPs adopted when delivering a speech.
Categories: Communication in politics

Practical Speechmaking

Practical Speechmaking

Composing the speech; Delivering the speech; Postscript.

Author: Ronald Michael Brown

Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill

ISBN: UVA:X000612325

Category: Oratory

Page: 118

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Composing the speech; Delivering the speech; Postscript.
Categories: Oratory

Eloquence in an Electronic Age

Eloquence in an Electronic Age

In a book that blends anecdote with analysis, Kathleen Hall Jamieson--author of the award-winning Packaging the Presidency--offers a perceptive and often disturbing account of the transformation of political speechmaking.

Author: Kathleen Hall Jamieson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199728895

Category: Political Science

Page: 320

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In a book that blends anecdote with analysis, Kathleen Hall Jamieson--author of the award-winning Packaging the Presidency--offers a perceptive and often disturbing account of the transformation of political speechmaking. Jamieson addresses such fundamental issues about public speaking as what talents and techniques differentiate eloquent speakers from non-eloquent speakers. She also analyzes the speeches of modern presidents from Truman to Reagan and of political players from Daniel Webster to Mario Cuomo. Ranging from the classical orations of Cicero to Kennedy's "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech, this lively, well-documented volume contains a wealth of insight into public speaking, contemporary characteristics of eloquence, and the future of political discourse in America.
Categories: Political Science

Janner on Speechmaking

Janner on Speechmaking

Introduction The arts of speechmaking can be learned . The competent private
communicator can be taught to speak in public , to think vertically - to win on his
or her feet . This audio manual is designed to help you do that . On the tape , my ...

Author: Greville Janner

Publisher: Gower Publishing Company, Limited

ISBN: 0566028352

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 64

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Explains aand demonstrates the best way to: prepare a presentation and create rapport with an audience; structure your speech and use notes; involve your audience; control your nerves; ensure that you are heard & attended to; and advice on the use & abuse of visual aids.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Janner s Complete Speechmaker

Janner s Complete Speechmaker

"Considered the bible of speechmaking, this updated reference is designed to keep speakers upright, articulate, and successful by showing them how to think on their feet.

Author: Greville Janner

Publisher: Thorogood Publishing

ISBN: 185418217X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 324

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"Considered the bible of speechmaking, this updated reference is designed to keep speakers upright, articulate, and successful by showing them how to think on their feet. The basic arts of speechmaking are discussed, including construction and delivery, audiences and occasions, and technical aids. Model draft speeches for various occasions are provided, and classic oratorical gems from the likes of Winston Churchill and Martin Luther King, Jr., are included. More than 500 useable stories, jokes, and epigrams that shine with wit and vivid language make any speaker's job easier. Valuable material on handling the media under pressure, chairing meetings, and making presentations and sales pitches round out this resource. "
Categories: Business & Economics

Competent Speechmaking

Competent Speechmaking

The result should be a better speech. The by-product - valuable in its own right - is a set of valuable speechmaking skills, although that is not the main purpose of this book. This book's main purpose is to show you techniques.

Author: Peter Mastracchio

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798728965060

Category:

Page: 112

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You should become a competent speechmaker because that skill is a pathway to all the following: -Conquering a primal fear (of public speaking)-Functioning more effectively in the workplace-Building an impressive reputation in months, not years-Influencing others-Sharing your wisdom and good ideas-Becoming a more successful student-Expanding your circle of friends-Establishing yourself as an equal in your organizationIf you are a Toastmaster, you can use this book as an instruction manual. It does not conform to the Pathways educational program, but will give you step-by-step-instructions on planning, composing, rehearsing, and delivering any speech. But, you don't have to be a Toastmaster to benefit from this book. The skills, advice, and shared experience apply to speechmaking in real life. The organization of this book follows those four major steps in speechmaking: planning, composing, rehearsing, and delivering. Your reward for following the suggestions and advice in this book is the ability to complete those steps faster and better. The result should be a better speech. The by-product - valuable in its own right - is a set of valuable speechmaking skills, although that is not the main purpose of this book. This book's main purpose is to show you techniques.
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Light Hearted Speechmaking

Light Hearted Speechmaking

It is strange but true that if you gather more material than you need, your speech will seem more weighty and authoritative. You will enjoy reading this book - and you will enjoy light-hearted public speaking afterwards.

Author: Duncan Gillespie

Publisher:

ISBN: 1897312555

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 92

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Some years ago, a survey in the United State found that people feared speaking in public more than they feared death. If a similar survey was taken today, it would certainly find that speaking to an audience remains high on the list of prospects people dread. After a life-time of listening to other people speaking in public - well or badly - and speaking to varied audiences himself, Duncan Gillespie has written this book so that anyone faced with the prospect of making a speech will not dread it, but will be able to tackle it light-heartedly. They will know that a simple physical exercise described here will work like magic in banishing nervousness. "It isn't magic. It simply makes use of the psychosomatic relationship - but it feels like magic, as your nerves leak away." One of the prime causes of nervousness dates back to our prehuman past - the 'threat-stare' which is common to all the primates - but there are simple ways in which it can be countered.. He stresses that every speaker is unique, with a lifetime of differing experiences to draw on, so should not try to make other people's speeches. The world-wide web is a source of facts which can illuminate a speech. It is strange but true that if you gather more material than you need, your speech will seem more weighty and authoritative. You will enjoy reading this book - and you will enjoy light-hearted public speaking afterwards.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Speech Communication

Speech Communication

Author: Raymond Samuel Ross

Publisher:

ISBN: 013830498X

Category: Oral communication

Page: 282

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Categories: Oral communication

The International Speech making of Yasuhiro Nakasone

The International Speech making of Yasuhiro Nakasone

The research is a case study , examining the international speech - making of
Yasuhiro Nakasone in cross - cultural settings during his tenure as Prime Minister
of Japan ( 1982-1987 ) . Nakasone not only addressed many foreign audiences ...

Author: Sharon Dei

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D001624264

Category: Political oratory

Page: 540

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Categories: Political oratory

Practical Speech making

Practical Speech making

The Extempore Method Edwin Du Bois Shurter, Charles Almer Marsh. \ SPEECH-
MAKING The Extempore Method BY edwin Dubois shurter Formerly Professor.

Author: Edwin Du Bois Shurter

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015030866498

Category: Oratory

Page: 247

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