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COM 270 - Persuasion -T

This class introduces students to theoretical and practical approaches to the study of persuasion. Students will learn how persuasion impacts their day-to-day life and how to become more attentive to the role persuasion plays in society. The course is focused on understanding persuasion as a rhetorical strategy for communicating messages through various mediums—verbal, digital, spoken, nonverbal, and visual. Specifically, students will learn about how persuasion is instrumental in communicating messages through a variety of mediums within political campaigns, advertising, activism, sports, health campaigns, and religion.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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