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Shaima Algarni
March 7, 2018
Activity 9: Three Means of Persuasion
Take a look at this TED
Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/manoush_zomorodi_how_boredom_can_lead_to_your
_most_brilliant_ideas
Based on the video that you just watched please answer the following questions:
Ethos:
1. Please briefly define ethos
– The speaker’s credibility is being used to convince the audiences, where the
speaker is trying to show the audiences that she or he is a credible source.
Therefore, the speaker in this video used ethos because she showed credibility
and competence through stating that she talked with experts to know how our
brain work in the “default mode” as well as taking what neuroscientist said about
the brain and the multitasking.
2. Define the three dimensions (three C’s) of Credibility AND provide an
example of each from the video.
– Character: the speaker looked a great mom as well as a great person who carries
about people and brought this problem to the public to discuss and offering some
solutions.
– Competence: the speaker talked about her background in journalism. Another
thing can be added to her competence, is that did so many researches in this
subject as well as she asked people who have knowledge in this failed for help
and for their knowledge.
– Caring: the speaker mentioned at the beginning of the talk about the matching
between the birth of her son and the release of the new iPhone, and her worries
about how this new technology will affect the life of her son.
Pathos:
1. Please briefly define pathos
– The emotional dimensions, which influence the audience’s attitude towards the
topic or the speaker and it is a way to convince the audience of an argument
through appealing to their emotions. In this video, the speaker used many
emotional appeals in order to influence me and her audiences’ attitude towards
the topic of boredom and connect it with how technology plays rule in effecting
our creativity.
2. Provide three examples of how the speaker appealed to the audiences’ and
your emotions.
– I got the feeling of guilt when the speaker mentioned that we can be more
creative and productive when we are doing boring stuff and that instead of
wasting time on checking our phones going through Facebook.
– I was really scared when the speaker said that individuals who are not
experiencing boredom are tend to be less creative.
– I feel happy after this talk because time along ago, I was the kind of person who
spends 24 hour on their phone just checking my emails and texting my friends,
but right now, I am less likely to do that and I prefer spending time in talking
with my friends or do my work.
Logos:
1. Please briefly define logos
– Logical dimension of an appeal and it is the way in persuading the audiences
through using reasons. In this video, the speaker provided a number of studies
and statistics that were being used to support her argument. These are considered
to be logical dimensions including when the speaker proved that people are more
creative when the have experienced boredom and people are more protective
when they are not using their phones specifically technology.
2. Identify if the speaker used either a logical fallacy or a type of evidence (i.e.,
example, statistic, and/or testimonial). For this part focus on discussing either
logical fallacies or the different types of evidence. Regarding logical fallacies,
please provide the example of the fallacy the speaker was guilty of
committing and why that example is evidence of a fallacy. Regarding types of
evidence, provide an example of each type of evidence the speaker used.
– The speaker provided testimonial evidence by Dr. Sandi Mann when she talked
about what is happening to our mind when we are daydreaming. This information
was being used by the speaker to support her argument and main points about the
fact that humans are solving problems and being more creative when they are in
the “default mode” or examining boredom.
Activity 9: Three Means of persuasion
Instructions: In class we discussed three different means of persuasion (i.e., ethos, pathos, and
logos). Effective public speakers are very strategic in their use of these tactics. Your task is to
identify a specific public speaker’s use of ethos, pathos and logos. For this activity, you will need
to consult unit 6, 7, 8.
Take a look at this TED Talk:
https://www.ted.com/talks/manoush_zomorodi_how_boredom_can_lead_to_your_most_brilliant
_ideas
Based on the video that you just watched please answer the following questions:
Ethos:
(1) Please briefly define ethos
(2) Define the three dimensions (three C’s) of Credibility AND provide an example of
each from the video.
Pathos:
(3) Please briefly define pathos
(4) Provide three examples of how the speaker appealed to the audiences’ and your
emotions.
Logos:
(5) Please briefly define logos
(6) Identify if the speaker used either a logical fallacy or a type of evidence (i.e.,
example, statistic, and/or testimonial). For this part focus on discussing either logical
fallacies or the different types of evidence. Regarding logical fallacies, please
provide the example of the fallacy the speaker was guilty of committing and why that
example is evidence of a fallacy. Regarding types of evidence, provide an example of
each type of evidence the speaker used.
This activity must be submitted to eCampus as either a text submission or an attached file no
later than 11:59pm.

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