Audience Essays

  • Contextual Audience Analysis Audience

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    The audience analysis studies the audience along three primary dimensions: 1. Demographic Analysis Who is in your audience? What are their individual and group characteristics? The aim of demographic audience analysis is to discover whom you are speaking to. 2. Contextual Analysis When and where are you presenting? Why is this audience listening to you? The aim of contextual audience analysis is to discover how the speaking event itself may influence your audience’s state of mind. In some ways, this

  • Symposium Disscussion: Demographic Audience Analysis

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    Demographic Audience Analysis ; it is the study of audience composition ,knowledge ,interests, attitudes and speaking situation , during the speech two messages are sent. The message designed by the speaker and The Residual message learned by audience. To get an accurate analysis of your audience , you have to first gather data about their : race, gender, age , religion, major(if in school),ethnicity and any other details that can help you tail your speech in a way o engage the audience and also,in

  • Persuasive Techniques Of Deforestation Target Audience

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    Who is the target Audience? Since the campaign is on educating people about deforestation, the targeted audience would be people who use paper excessively and pose a threat to the environment, as deforestation drives climate change and the loss of habitats of thousands of species. The target audience for this advertisement based on what was just specified, would be people aged between twelve and fifty. There is no evidence to suggest that it is aimed at a specific race or gender, so we would assume

  • Business World Of Writing An Audience Analysis

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    y to fluctuate based on its audience, the message, and the situation it is based off of (p. 100). A manager that is presenting to his own employees will have a different tone than if he was speaking to corporate leadership or to customers of the customers. Likewise tone will differ from a disciplinary aspect in business or praising a group on a job well done for achieving a business goal because the point of the audience has changed. Audience The audience for academic writing is the instructor who

  • Chapter 16 Importance Of The Audience Analysis

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    most to me was the importance of the audience. In the book it said that “finding and serving a specific audience is probably more important to radio now.” This shows how crucial the audience is. The ratings of the radio are taken in by different data and are important to the radio stations, so they can understand what type of listeners they are trying to reach. In class, we focused heavily on the personality you have on-air and how you must know your audience. There are different interviews and surveys

  • Working Together And To Connect To Her Audience By Jacinda Ardern

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    To convey the importance of working together and to connect to her audience, Jacinda Ardern includes several rhetorical devices and common strategies of persuasion in her speech. First the Prime Minister of New Zealand starts her speech with an opening sequence in the language of the indigenous people of Aoteroa, New Zealand. By doing so, Ardern does not only grab the audience‘s attention by using a language that the majority of them is not familiar with, but also honors the indigenous people, as

  • Is Fahrenheit 451 Similar To The Audience Of The Movie Wall-E

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    The audience in the novel Fahrenheit 451 and the audience in the animated movie Wall-E have both similarities and differences. This can be shown by dissecting the audience into three parts; age group, accessibility and the background of the audience. Wall-E has a considerably larger audience when looking at the age group. Wall-E appeals to children and to adults. Children take an interest in Wall-E due to the way in which it is presented. Children enjoy watching the journey of the cute characters

  • The Audience In Othello

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    time or location is to capture and hold the attention of their audience; this is what Shakespeare has clearly done. The tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice, is one of Shakespeare 's most renowned plays. Through construction of intriguing characters, exploration of universal themes, use of comic relief and a well-written script featuring a compelling plot, Shakespeare ensured the tragedy of Othello would hold the interest of the audience; despite being over four centuries old. It possesses so many

  • Clorox Target Audience

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    not because getting the younger crowd into the product, but because they have not launched a new product in so many years that they need to catch up with current marketing techniques. Some of the research questions that will be asked to the target audience will include; how often do you clean where you live? How much would you be

  • Theories Of Audience Labour

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    Audience labour Introduction The Canadian scholar Dallas.W. Smythe presented the audience commodity theory in his book Communications: Blindspot of Western Marxism (1977). The demand of advertised goods is created by audience labour, and this is the purposes of monopoly capitalism advertisers. Time away from work, but not asleep is sold as a commodity to advertisers. This is the audience commodity, which perform marketing functions and work at the production and reproduction of labour power. There

  • Tim Hortons Audience

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    on a worldwide level. Tim Hortons prefers a people-first social strategy that represents the company's values over targeting the entire country of Canada as their key audience and using that audience to engage and create relevant content. Let's look at a couple of the social media platforms the brand uses to engage with its audience. They used the entire country as their target markets. The heart of Tim Hortons' campaign is Canadian culture. Anyone may have a little taste

  • Edwards Puritan Audience

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    pastors persuade their audience to behave in a spiritual or more fashion. Such is the case in Jonathan Edwards “Sinners in the hands of an Angry God” where he sends sinners to hell, who do not repent. Edwards wanted to impact his audience by appealing to their fears, pity and vanity. Edwards had a powerful impact on his puritan audience because of his use of a cautionary tone, clear imagery and complex figurative language. Foremost, Edwards has a powerful impact on his puritan audience because of his use

  • Gatorade Target Audience

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    Now that I know what my competitors use to successfully target their audiences, I can use a mixture of strategies from Coke, Powerade and Vitaminwater to help Gatorade gain a bigger market following, and create a revamped online presence that will help them become the number one drink that all consumers can enjoy alongside any activity that they do. The target audience that I will use for Gatorade is everyone, but the targeting strategy will have a primary focus on consumers that love fitness and

  • Dexter: The Media Response

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    response from its audience. The key concept under investigation is the audience, in relation to the ways that they’re impacted. For this I will explore my chosen concepts in conjunction with the media text itself, followed by a conclusion to summarise my argument. An audience can be defined as anyone who receives a media text in any aspect of time or place; however this can be further investigated and categorised into three identified groups; simple, mass or diffused audiences (Abercrombie and Longhurst

  • Singin In The Rain Editing Analysis

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    will be focusing on are Psycho and Singin’ in the Rain. Both of these films are very different to each other and therefore use editing in varying ways in order to give the audience a different perception of the characters as well as the setting that these characters are involved in. Psycho focuses on building suspense for the audience throughout the film using editing, camera work and sound. This essay will be primarily focusing on editing with the discussion of camerawork where relevant. In the film

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream Speech

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    rapport and connecting with their audiences. To narrate their points, the speakers use emotions to connect with the audience. Speakers need to have a close connection with their audience. In Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, he used several rhetorical devices, pathos being the strongest. He told the audience that they shouldn’t “be satisfied as long as our children are stripped of their self-hood and robbed of their dignity” (King). He wants the audience to connect

  • An Analysis Of I Ve Been To The Mountain Top, By Dr. Martin Luther King

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    word-for-word speech. Instead, many speakers are often well prepared by practicing their speeches; becoming familiarized with the expression and ideas incorporated. A good speaker will think about a way their speech can convey, persuade, motivate the audience. Three notable speakers who are known for giving great and powerful speakers are: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Steve Jobs, and Sir Ken Robinson. A day before his assassination, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave a speech entitled “I’ve Been to the

  • Rhetorical Analysis: Clare Boothe Luce

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    attacking her audience and everything they stand for. However, the heavy criticism in her rhetoric is laid out in a more witty, almost sarcastic tone to lighten the message and express it in such a way that builds her credibility from the very introduction of the speech, allowing her argument to become all the more successful. Luce humorously puts the blame of this attack on the audience for inviting her to speak, immediately lightening the tone. The way she directly addresses the audience and their

  • Gallipoli Diaries Analysis

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    utilizes the One Person Show format and highlights the impact of World War One through the experiences of one Australian family. The one person show genre is defined as, “… A solo performance, featuring a comedian or actor on stage and entertains an audience.” (Wikipedia, 2015) and is a genre where the actor commonly breaks the fourth wall. The Gallipoli Diaries questions Australia’s involvement in the World War One and is highly effective in representing a wide array of political and social issues central

  • Chapter 2

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    of editing” looks at the relationship between the Editor and the Audience. Asking key pertinent questions; One key issue raised in the chapter is the disconnection between the editor and the audience. There is a breakdown between the editors and the audience especially on what is produced. In most cases the editor’s role is to follow the principles that govern any publication. This at times limits the expectations of the audience. The disconnect is vividly seen among the consumption of newspaper