The Public Speaker / The Public Listener

Paperback | April 2, 1999

byAndrew D. Wolvin, Roy M. Berko, Darlyn R. Wolvin

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The Second Edition of Wolvin, Berko, and Wolvin's popular text offers students a look at the total public communication process--public speaking and public listening--emphasizing how these two dimensions interrelate as public communicators shape, present, and receive speeches.

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The Second Edition of Wolvin, Berko, and Wolvin's popular text offers students a look at the total public communication process--public speaking and public listening--emphasizing how these two dimensions interrelate as public communicators shape, present, and receive speeches.

Andrew D. Wolvin is at University of Maryland. Roy M. Berko is at Communic-aid Consulting. Darlyn R. Wolvin is at Prince George's Community College.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:330 pages, 7.01 × 10 × 0.91 inPublished:April 2, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195329848

ISBN - 13:9780195329841

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Table of Contents

Chapter One: The Public Communicator: A PerspectiveYou and Public SpeakingYou as a Public ListenerThe Historical Roots of Public SpeakingCultural Influences in Public SpeakingThe Components of Public CommunicationChapter Two: The Public Listener: A PerspectiveThe Importance of Public ListeningThe Listening ProcessThe Purposes of ListeningListening to SpeechesImproving ListeningChapter Three: The Responsible Public CommunicatorFreedom of ExpressionReaching ConclusionsEthicsChapter Four: The Listenable SpeechThe Foundations of ListenabilityThe Listenable SpeakerListener LimitsCreating Listenable MessagesChapter Five: Getting StartedElements of AnalysisPrior AnalysisProcess AnalysisPostspeech AnalysisGetting Ready to Listen to a SpeechChapter Six: The Speech PurposeThe Purpose StatementThe Speech GoalThe Speech TopicThe Method of Developing the SpeechEstablishing Listening GoalsChapter Seven: Developing the Speech: Supporting MaterialsTypes of Supporting MaterialsVehicles for Presenting Supporting MaterialsSupporting Materials--Accuracy, Currency, PresentationSupplementary AidsChapter Eight: Sources of Supporting MaterialsPrint Sources of InformationNonprint Sources of InformationComputer SearchesRecording Your ResearchListening to the Sources