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One View of the Rhetorical Situation

A flow chart & Venn diagram illustration of the elements of the rhetorical situation. Adapted from this: http://bit.ly/owODus
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Tyler Chadwick

on 9 November 2011

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Transcript of One View of the Rhetorical Situation

Rhetoric
Rhetor
Audience
Text
Context
Context
Context
(Logos)
(Ethos)
(Pathos)
The Rhetorical Triangle
where effective communication happens
Rhetor
(Ethos)
Text
(Logos)
Audience
(Pathos)
Every communication is essentially a . Each point of the triangle influences the others, and all are influenced by the of the communication. Each point of the triangle bears some for the , and each point of the triangle corresponds with one of
the study and practice of effective communication
The Rhetorical Situation
any set of circumstances that involves at least one person using some sort of communication to modify the perspective of at least one other person
Context
trilateral relationship
context
responsibility
success of the communication
Aristotle's
three appeals
persuasion
(i.e., general means of ).
-Judith Clayton Van
(Source: )
http://bit.ly/rfaS6J
purpose
attitude
background
purpose
attitude
background
medium
tools to make
tools to decipher
(Environment/Setting)
time
place
community/conversation
the appeal to reason
the ethical appeal
based on the character, credibility, or reliability of the writer
relies on logic or reason
the emotional appeal
appeals to an audience's needs, values, and emotional sensibilities
producing the intended/expected result
the ends of communication
to connect
to inform
to participate
to identify (with)
to persuade
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