Theories of Persuasion

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Spring 2018

Course Description and Objectives

Theories of Persuasion is a course designed to explore various practices of persuasion—both historical and contemporary. Students will be given the opportunity to develop their persuasive skills in analysis, critical thinking, and application. By identifying and exploring persuasion, the course serves to relate to a variety of contexts, majors, and career paths.

Required Text

Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage.
ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Syllabus: 

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Summer 2017

Course Description:

Theories of Persuasion is a course designed to explore various practices of persuasion—both historical and contemporary. Students will be given the opportunity to develop their persuasive skills in analysis, critical thinking, and application. By identifying and exploring persuasion, the course serves to relate to a variety of contexts, majors, and career paths.

Required Text:

Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage.
ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Syllabus: 

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Fall 2016

Course Description and Objectives

Theories of Persuasion is a course designed to explore various practices of persuasion—both historical and contemporary. Students will be given the opportunity to develop their persuasive skills in analysis, critical thinking, and application. By identifying and exploring persuasion, the course serves to relate to a variety of contexts, majors, and career paths.

Required Text

Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage.
ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Syllabus: 

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Summer 2016

Course Description:

Survey of 21st-century theories of persuasion, with analysis of research about how the spoken word and the visual image influence public belief and action.

Required Texts:

-Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage.
ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Syllabus: 

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Fall 2015

Course Description:

Survey of 21st-century theories of persuasion, with analysis of research about how the spoken word and the visual image influence public belief and action.

Required Texts:

Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage. ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Syllabus: 

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Spring 2015

Course Description:

Survey of 21st-century theories of persuasion, with analysis of research about how the spoken word and the visual image influence public belief and action.

Required Texts:

-Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage.ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Fall 2014

Course Description:

Survey of 21st-century theories of persuasion, with analysis of research about how the spoken word and the visual image influence public belief and action.

Required Texts:

-Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage. ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Spring 2013

Course Description:

Survey of 21st-century theories of persuasion, with analysis of research about how the spoken word and the visual image influence public belief and action.

Required Texts:

-Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage. ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Syllabus: 

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Fall 2012

Course Description

Survey of 21st-century theories of persuasion, with analysis of research about how the spoken word and the visual image influence public belief and action.

Required Texts:

Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage. ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

Syllabus: 

Paul A. Lucas, Theories of Persuasion, Summer 2014

Course Description

Survey of 21st-century theories of persuasion, with analysis of research about how the spoken word and the visual image influence public belief and action.

Required Texts:

Larson, C. U. (2013). Persuasion: Reception and responsibility (13th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage. ISBN: 1111349274 OR 13:9781111349271

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