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This is an analysis of a public address. I chose the 2003 State of the Union address. It analyzes the setting for the speech and the verbal and non-verbal communication skills used in the address.

Title: This is an analysis of a public address. I chose the 2003 State of the Union address. It analyzes the setting for the speech and the verbal and non-verbal communication skills used in the address.
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This is an analysis of a public address. I chose the 2003 State of the Union address. It analyzes the setting for the speech and the verbal and non-verbal communication skills used in the address.
Abstract When giving a public address, not only do you have the pressure of just speaking to a large group of people, but often there is the added stress of speaking to hundreds, if not thousands or millions of people via television or radio. Having strong communication skills can help the speaker give a clear concise speech. If a speaker does not have strong communication skills the audience will not be interested in trying to …showed first 75 words of 1092 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1092 total…his non-verbal clues although there were not many to be found. I think he did a good job of trying to get the Nation back on a positive note after all the strife we have been through this year with the continuing fear of terrorist attacks and the concern of our countries military members fighting in the Middle East. Works Cited Busch, George W. "State of the Union address." Capital Hill, Washington D.C. 28 January 2003.

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