The romance between Captain Wentworth and Anne, the daughter of Sir Walter Elliot, seems doomed because of the young man's family connections and lack of wealth.
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Persuasion is the last novel fully completed by Jane Austen. It was published at the end of 1817, six months after her death. The story concerns Anne Elliot, a young Englishwoman of 27 years, whose family is moving to lower their expenses and get out of debt.
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As they explore the power of "healing rhetoric"in these activities, the authors strengthen the ties among the various healing profession.
This richly illustrated annotated edition brings unmatched vitality to Austen’s most passionate and introspective love story. Commentary alongside the text explains difficult allusions, while the Introduction explicates the novel’s central conflicts as well as its relationship to Austen’s other works and to those of her contemporaries.
Anne est la seconde fille de l'honorable Sir Elliot de Kellynch. Persuadée par son amie Lady Russel, elle a dû rompre ses fiançailles avec le jeune Frederick Wentworth, un officier de marine pauvre, car il ne présentait pas les assurances d'un bon parti. Huit ans plus tard, sa famille connaît des revers de fortune. Son père décide alors de louer le château familial à l'amiral Croft, qui se trouve être le beau-frère de Frederick. Anne appréhende de revoir celui qui est resté son grand amour. Alors que s'achève la guerre avec la France, le capitaine Wentworth, fortune faite, revient avec le désir de se marier pour fonder un foyer. Il a conservé du refus d'Anne la conviction que la jeune fille manquait de caractère et se laissait trop aisément persuader...Dernier roman complet de Jane Austen, achevé en août 1816, un an avant sa mort, Persuasion offre la satire d'une société engoncée dans ses principes, ainsi qu'une galerie de personnages croqués sans aménité : un père futile qui ne pense qu'à son apparence, un soeur cadette égoïste et hypocondriaque, un cousin arriviste, une veuve manipulatrice... Comme dans Northanger Abbey, la vie mondaine et superficielle de Bath sert d'arrière-plan.Publié à titre posthume en 1818, Persuasion est aussi le seul roman de Jane Austen écrit pendant la période où l'action se situe : il est entrepris le 8 août 1815, le jour même où la population britannique apprend l'exil de Napoléon à l'île d'Elbe. En toile de fond, on trouve donc la défaite, l'abdication et l'exil de l'Empereur.
A practical and in-depth guide to the art of advertising persuasion, this book explains how advertising works and sets out strategies for advertisers to adopt, drawing on research, concepts and case examples from the US and Europe.
Mansfield Park and Persuasion are both notoriously problematic works that have stimulated diverse and often polarised critical readings. These essays interpret and outline the debate in the light of cultural, historicist and feminist theory.
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Although there are a number of book-length studies of rhetoric in Shakespeare's plays, With What Persuasion discerns a distinctly Shakespearean ethics of the art of rhetoric in them. In this interdisciplinary book, Scott F. Crider draws upon the Aristotelian traditions of poetics, rhetoric, and ethics to show how Shakespeare addresses fundamental ethical questions that arise during the public and private rhetorical situations Shakespeare represents in his plays. Informed by the Greek, Roman, and English poetic and rhetorical traditions, With What Persuasion offers close readings of a selection of plays - Hamlet, Julius Caesar, Henry the 5th, All's Well That Ends Well, Othello, Measure for Measure, and The Winter's Tale - to answer universal questions about human speech and association, answers that refute a number of contemporary literary and rhetorical theory's assumptions about language and power. Crider argues that this Shakespearean ethics could assist us in our own historical moment as we in the liberal, multicultural West try to refound, without coercion, ethical principles to bind us to one another.
Persuasion: Theory and Research, Third Edition is a comprehensive overview of social-scientific theory and research on persuasion. Written in a clear and accessible style that assumes no special technical background in research methods, the Third Edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect developments in persuasion studies. New discussions of subjects such as reactance and the use of narratives as vehicles for persuasion, revised treatments of the theories of reasoned action and planned behavior, and two new chapters on social judgment theory and stage models provide your students with the most current work on persuasion in a clear, straightforward manner. In this edition, author Daniel J. O'Keefe has given special attention to the importance of adapting (tailoring) messages to audiences to maximize persuasiveness. Each chapter has a set of review questions to guide students through the chapter’s material and quickly master the concepts being introduced.
The Second Edition of The SAGE Handbook of Persuasion: Developments in Theory and Practice provides readers with logical, comprehensive summaries of research in a wide range of areas related to persuasion. From a topical standpoint, this handbook takes an interdisciplinary approach, covering issues that will be of interest to interpersonal and mass communication researchers as well as to psychologists and public health practitioners.
Get your way - the smart way. Persuasion is the art of changing the way people think, feel, and act through the use of language. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Persuasion provides strategies for the readers to master the art of persuasion in a positive manner. By using time-honored tools of communication, body language, and psychology, readers can use persuasion to do good things like convince kids to eat their veggies, women to get annual mammograms, and couples to communicate without arguing. - A practical book based on sound academics to help communications and psychology majors as well as businesspeople, salespeople, performers, teachers, and parents - Tips and tactics for writers and public speakers
"Electoral persuasion is central to democratic politics. It includes strategic communication not only by candidates and parties but also by interest groups, media, and citizens. This volume surveys the vast literature on this topic, emphasizing contemporary research and topics and complementing deep coverage of U.S. politics with international perspectives"--
The Art of Influence: Techniques to Master Mind Control, Manipulation & Deception Persuasion is among the most important social skills in the 21st century. Lack of influence or persuasion renders an individual invisible; unable to get people's attention and ultimately becoming a failure in the business world. In order to sell a product, basic persuasion techniques are required. In your personal relationship, you need to be persuasive in order to win the heart of that special person. All the significant success in life is tied to persuasion and influence. Unfortunately, not many people have fully understood the art of persuasion or how to use it effectively in their social interactions. This book provides an insight into the ultimate art of persuasion and the principles of influence that could be used in the modern social circle to control the actions and decisions of people. It provides practical examples of the ways you can use each principle in real-life situations to achieve an intended success. The strategies mentioned in this book have been used by modern industry CEOs, politicians, social influencers, trend-starters, and con artists in establishing control and power. Persuasion is an art that could be learned, and you can master the principles of mind control using these new strategies. You will also learn... The art of deception Techniques to master mind control How to analyze people Ways to build social authority Keeping people under control in your absence How to influence people without talking Persuasion techniques used by salesmen and modern industries If you want to achieve power, influence, and social authority, click the BUY button to begin a wonderful journey.
This journey through persuasion in diplomacy was initiated by Professor Kappeler’s long experience in both practicing diplomacy and in training diplomats. When the bells and whistles of diplomacy settle down, what remains, according to Prof. Kappeler, is persuasion. His message that persuasion is the essence of diplomacy has inspired our discussion over the last five years and has led to the publishing of this book. Contributors, all distinguished academics and diplomatic practitioners, discuss persuasion in history, persuasion in theory, and persuasion in practice. Discover more on language and diplomacy through our dedicated portal.
Beyond Persuasion is the first systematic, multi-administration study of presidential power and influence. Moving beyond Richard Neustadts Presidential Power, this book offers a model of presidential power that incorporates personal bargaining effectiveness with the structural imperative of efficient White House organization. Drawing upon a systematic analysis of presidents from Johnson to Reagan, Kerbel finds common patterns of organizational structure and bargaining behavior in their successful domestic policy initiatives. The path to power is detailed through comparative insights on the Carter and Reagan administrations, which prove to be remarkably similar in critical respects despite popular perceptions to the contrary. Kerbel then considers the relative importance of presidential behavior to contextual factors beyond the presidents control, offering insight into the way changes in economic and political conditions have hampered or improved recent presidential efforts, despite presidential attempts to organize and persuade. Analysis includes the first year of the Bush administration, and the possibilities for power in the contemporary presidency are discussed.
This accessible introductory textbook in persuasive communication speaks directly to the student by focusing on real-life experiences in personal, social, and professional contexts. Through its use of rhetoric, criticism, and social scientific research, this book helps readers understand, analyze, and use persuasion in their lives and careers. It explores techniques of verbal and visual persuasion for use in business and professional communication, health communication, and everyday life, as well as expanded coverage of persuasion in social movements and social advocacy. It also pays attention throughout to ethical considerations and to the significance of new media. This textbook is a student-friendly introduction suitable for use in undergraduate courses in persuasion, health communication, and business communication. The companion website includes an instructor’s manual with test questions, sample assignments, web links, and other resources, as well as PowerPoint slides. Visit www.routledge.com/wahl
As one of the most respected voices of Continental philosophy today, Rodolphe Gasché pulls together Aristotle's conception of rhetoric, Martin Heidegger's debate with theory, and Hannah Arendt's conception of judgment in a single work on the centrality of these themes as fundamental to human flourishing in public and political life. Gasché's readings address the distinctively human space of the public square and the actions that occur there, and his valorization of persuasion, reflection, and judgment reveals new insight into how the philosophical tradition distinguishes thinking from other faculties of the human mind.
Resistance and Persuasion is the first book to analyze the nature of resistance and demonstrate how it can be reduced, overcome, or used to promote persuasion. By examining resistance, and providing strategies for overcoming it, this new book generates insight into new facets of influence and persuasion. With contributions from the leaders in the field, this book presents original ideas and research that demonstrate how understanding resistance can improve persuasion, compliance, and social influence. Many of the authors present their research for the first time. Four faces of resistance are identified: reactance, distrust, scrutiny, and inertia. The concluding chapter summarizes the book's theoretical contributions and establishes a resistance-based research agenda for persuasion and attitude change. This new book helps to establish resistance as a legitimate sub-field of persuasion that is equal in force to influence. Resistance and Persuasion offers many new revelations about persuasion: *Acknowledging resistance helps to reduce it. *Raising reactance makes a strong message more persuasive. *Putting arguments into a narrative increases their influence. *Identifying illegitimate sources of information strengthens the influence of legitimate sources. *Looking ahead reduces resistance to persuasive attempts. This volume will appeal to researchers and students from a variety of disciplines including social, cognitive, and health psychology, communication, marketing, political science, journalism, and education.