What is the role of rhetoric in influencing people's attitudes and beliefs?

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Posted by PsyDAG on Tuesday, September 5, 2006 at 7:32pm.
Although prejudice is often defined as a negative attitude, we all have prejudices (biases) toward almost everything we consider. Differences occur in terms of how extreme our bias is and how much it influences our actions - including our language. If we are aware of our biases, we can often minimize them.

I will give you some sources dealing with influencing others, but, since rhetorical devices are not in my area of expertise, I will leave it to you to relate the material to them.


What is the role of rhetoric in influencing people's attitudes and beliefs?

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The role of rhetoric in influencing people's attitudes and beliefs is to persuade and convince them of a particular viewpoint or argument. Rhetoric refers to the use of language and communication techniques to effectively persuade an audience. It involves various rhetorical devices and persuasive strategies that appeal to emotions, logic, and credibility. Rhetoric can be used in speeches, writing, advertisements, and various forms of communication to shape people's attitudes and beliefs.

To further delve into this topic and understand how rhetoric works in influencing people's attitudes and beliefs, you can visit the provided websites. These sources will provide you with more in-depth information and examples of rhetoric in action. The Wikipedia link will give you a general overview of rhetoric, while the other sources focus on specific aspects such as rhetorical devices, influencing others, and persuasion. By exploring these resources, you will gain a better understanding of how rhetoric can shape and influence people's attitudes and beliefs.

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