intercultural rhetoric

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The study of the preferred organizational patterns of nonnative speakers of English

speaker responsible language

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the speaker is expected to provide structure and therefore much of the specific meaning of the statement. The speaker tells the listener what is going to be talked about and what the speaker wants the listener to know. Ex:English

listener responsible language

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the speaker needs to indicate only indirectly what they are discussing and what they want the listener to know when the conversation is over. The listener is forced to construct the meaning, and usually does so based on shared knowledge between the speaker and the listener. Ex: Japanese

persuasive style

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the effective use of verbal and nonverbal codes to persuade another. Varies greatly from culture to culture.

ethno logics / alternative logics

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variations in what different cultures at different times call "rationality"

quasilogical style

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the preference to use objective statistics and testimony from expert witnesses as evidence

presentational style

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it is understood that people rather than the idea itself are what make an idea persuasive. Uses emotion appeal.

analogical style

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use a story or a proverb where there is an implicit lesson to be learned.

sussinct style

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preference for understatement and long pauses

speaker-responsible language

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the speaker is expected to provide the structure and, therefore, much of the specific meaning of the statements