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1. Inform about the following four main points: (fully support the main points with peer-review references, examples, statistics, etc.) Thesis about the ethical moral implications of influence.
a)Public Speaking ( public speaking is a crucial aspect to everyday interactions. Mastering such skill will help foster better communication via work, relationships and personal growth.)
b)Advocacy in general ( Advocacy is a must to perpetuate an empathetic compassionate culture. Advocacy can be incredibly challenging. sources:“ the dangers of social justice advocacy” “ getting prepared to be prepared”)
c)Your chosen advocacy specifically (International Rescue Committee. “knowing safegaurding”), and what you learned while advocating for a causes of (orphanages exploiting orphans for business, Refuges and climate change being a pre war catalyst to civil unrest.)
d) What you learned about public speaking and advocacy from the other students in class (womens right, mental health, build self confidence to enable oneself to standup for what you feel is right)
2.Write a properly formatted Speech outline. The outline should be a minimum of three full pages, single-spaced. *use provided outline (check example for finished expectation)
3. 6-8 minutes to speak.
6. Write the oral citations of six scholarly peer review source into the outline.
7. Include signal phrases for each in-speech and in-outline sources.
8.Cite each one of the six minimum peer-reviewed sources at least once during the speech using signal phrases.
9.Create a Works Cited section in MLA format and list the six peer-reviewed and any other sources cited in your speech. Works Cited section does not count in the three-page minimum.
Peer reviewed sources:
Richard Hoefer, The Dangers of Social Justice Advocacy, Social Work, Volume 64, Issue 1, January 2019, Pages 87–90
Cooke PJ, Melchert TP, Connor K. Measuring Well-Being: A Review of Instruments. The Counseling Psychologist. 2016;44(5):730-757.
Ana Gallego, Louise McHugh, Matthieu Villatte, Raimo Lappalainen,
Examining the relationship between public speaking anxiety, distress tolerance and psychological flexibility, Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, Volume 16,
2020, Pages 128-133,
Getting Prepared to Be Prepared: How Interpersonal Skills Aid Fieldwork in Challenging Contexts Qualitative Sociology Review. 2019;15(3):
Prevalence-induced concept change in human judgment
By David E. Levari, Daniel T. Gilbert, Timothy D. Wilson, Beau Sievers, David M. Amodio, Thalia Wheatley Science29 Jun 2018 : 1465-1467
Gabrielle Daoust, Synne L. Dyvik, Knowing safeguarding: The geopolitics of knowledge production in the humanitarian and development sector, Geoforum, Volume 112, 2020, Pages 96-99,
Van Zant, A. B., & Berger, J. (2020). How the voice persuades. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 118(4), 661-682.
Huma, B., Stokoe, E. and Sikveland, R.O. (2020), Vocabularies of social influence: Managing the moral accountability of influencing another. Br. J. Soc. Psychol.
HUTTUNEN, R. and KAKKORI, L. (2020), Heidegger’s Theory of Truth and its Importance for the Quality of Qualitative Research. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 54: 600-616.
Koopmann-Holm B, Bartel K, Bin Meshar M, Yang HE. Seeing the Whole Picture? Avoided Negative Affect and Processing of Others’ Suffering. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 2020;46(9):1363-1377.
Mei-Yee Wong (2020): Beyond asking ‘should’ and ‘why’ questions:Contextualised questioning techniques for moral discussions in moral education classes, Journal ofMoral Education,
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