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    • Designing Rhetorical Situation Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The Issue One way relationship The influence fade outOn-going problems with current church space. as the distance goes. 100mCurrent worshipping spaces are able to give seatings for manyaudiences. In fact, some could actually provide a space where morethan ten thousand people can interact. However, whenever it comes toactual interaction, the role of the space seems quite limited. Theinfluence that the speaker creates and the level of communication in 200mbetween the participants are not reaching its full potential. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The PromptNurturing influence, nurturing leadership. “It seems clear that rhetoric is situational... situation as a natural context of persons, events objects, relations, and an exigence which strongly invites utterance...” Bitzer. The Character of the Rhetorical Situationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fW8amMCVAJQ Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The Prompt Nurturing relationship The influence is spread outNurturing influence, nurturing leadership. similar to a web. 100mInvolvement and participation comes when leadership is nourished.When it comes to nurturing leadership, creating and raising sub-leaders,serving them and teaching them how to serve become significant. All 200mparticipants will create mutual interaction and will eventually help the groupto reach its to full potential. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ResearchThinking about relationships. Workers are clung up with each other in a restricted section. They might be too busy with The Speaker their work to influence others. Providing sermons and discussions, leading the interaction. The observers suffer from one-way relationship, not getting any interaction Participant but constantly looking at the speaker. Willing to participate, contribute and interact. The observers are able to interact with each other Observer by seeing their faces. They however are still Would rather observe and refrain distant from the speaker. than participate. The workers are still excluded in the interaction. Worker Works with the speaker. Choir, engineer, etc. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ApproachDesigning the situation. The speaker can freely move around the audience, encouraging greater feedback and mutual interaction. Workers are clung up People sitting around the speaker would with each other in a not only observe the speaker but would restricted section. They also observe each other. The level of might be too busy with interaction would become greater this their work to influence way. others. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ApproachDesigning the situation. 100m 1. Workers are placed evenly throughout the seating, willing to receive input from the speaker and share 200m the experience with the other workers. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ApproachDesigning the situation. 100m 2. Speaker moves and speaks. Workers help out the influence. The closest person will keep a certain 200m attentiveness level and will follow the pace of the whole experience. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ApproachDesigning the situation. 100m 3. The influenced observers eventually participate, and that participation also inlfuences other observers. 200m The reactions and feedback the observers would provide implies that they are already starting to interact with the center group. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ApproachDesigning the situation. 100m 4. Repeat: The influenced observers eventually participate, and that participation also inlfuences other 200m observers. The reactions and feedback the observers would provide implies that they are already starting to interact with the center group. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ApproachDesigning the situation. 100m 5. When the process reaches its tipping point, the momentum inself will create interactive atmosphere 200m which introduces more active, willing-to-participate environment that will bring out the full potential of the group inside the space. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • The ApproachDesigning the situation. 100m 6. Disscussion, input, feedback, and etc. Everything would be on a different conversation level. Rhetorical 200m situation occurs by designing the system within the space. Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University
    • OverviewUsing Rhetorical Situation.Nurture your leaders.Let the leaders nurture others.Design the level of interaction.Future ConsiderationsDeveloping the clarity of the concept.Effort distribution between the speaker and the workers.What about color, sound and other external factors? Christian Park I Information & Rhetoric in Design I Carnegie Mellon University