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  • persuasive language can make any type of medium or engaging in convincing.

  • However, its ultimate purpose is to win your trust and influence How you think.

  • That's why it's important to recognize common types of persuasive language so you can look beyond the rhetoric and think for yourself.

  • For instance, telling stories is a timeless way toe win you over, Whether it's a feature length film or a 32nd commercial, entertaining media makes it easier for you to get on board with a particular message.

  • However, while it's easy to be charmed by a good story, ask yourself.

  • Is this tale fair and unbiased, or has it sacrificed factual accuracy for the sake of serving the message?

  • Presenting evidence can have a tremendous influence on how you perceive a message.

  • However, just because the media includes evidence doesn't mean they're being completely honest.

  • Sometimes they'll mix in fax with half truths and exaggerations to make the message seem more credible.

  • Take care to examine all the evidence before you accept a message, as trustworthy attacks can point out the faults of the competition, and they often play into a audiences fears our anger, especially in political media.

  • But next time you see an attack, keep in mind that it's trying to rile up your emotions to convince you of a specific idea.

  • It may also embellish, fax or take a skewed perspective, so try not to pass judgment before you investigate the truth.

  • Flattery has long been a reliable persuasion method.

  • As media wants you to feel good about a particular product or idea, however, how sincere convey ass produced praise actually be.

  • Do your best not to be lured in by kind words and consider if the media is just telling you what you want to hear.

  • Inclusive language frames a message in terms of us and we and our giving the impression that the creator of the media and the audience are on the same side.

  • However, this can come office faults, especially if it seems like the Creator doesn't actually have anything in common with you.

  • Whether it's used to reinforce the truth or hide a lack of substance, don't let persuasive language be the only thing that sways your opinion.

  • Always look beyond the rhetoric and seek out the fax behind any claims.

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persuasive language can make any type of medium or engaging in convincing.

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Recognizing Persuasive Language

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/27
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