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Working with Visual Arguments

Improve your visuals by considering Aristotle's audience, purpose, and context and by taking into account basic Gestalt principles.
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Shawn Apostel

on 2 September 2015

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Visual Arguments: Approaches to designing research posters, PowerPoints, and flyers












Shawn Apostel, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Comm
Bellarmine University
MLA Format vs. Hurricane Katrina
We Shoot Looters:
An appeal against vandals
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Shawn Apostel











Katrina 101
Looters and Vandals
10 September 2005
Audience, Purpose, and Context
A Map of the World
visual
visual arguments
visual arguments
arguments
What do you see?
Vs.
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