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Synonyms for persuasion

Synonyms for persuasion

something believed or accepted as true by a person

a system of religious belief

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

a class that is defined by the common attribute or attributes possessed by all its members

Synonyms for persuasion

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Certainly, nothing but some such decreed unavoidable misery, which it was impossible for me to escape, could have pushed me forward against the calm reasonings and persuasions of my most retired thoughts, and against two such visible instructions as I had met with in my first attempt.
This will accelerate enhancement of Dyutu's Persuasion Engine(TM) platform.
Muscat: Three skills -- people skill, persuasion skill and prioritising skill -- are important for making a venture successful, a motivational speaker said here.
The new website uses AES' proprietary Psychographic Persuasion technology which combines motion, 3-D imaging, text and sound to engage the visitors into a seamless exploration of the entire website.
To understand the true nature of the soft war we must understand the persuasion process.
Persuasion and Conversion: Essays on Religion, Politics, and the Public Sphere in Early Modern England.
In doing so, I have enacted one of the essential principles of persuasion described and explained so effectively in this enjoyable volume.
If persuasion is part of communication, where the persuader and the persuadee participate, how does the persuadee accept or fend off the attempt of persuasion?
There is no statute for the defense of being misinformed or otherwise prevented from registering, and the case law is silent as to (1) which party bears the burden of persuasion of the affirmative defense and (2) the standard for the burden of persuasion.
On May 22, Klemeyer will present “Leave Speaking Fear at the Door;” and on May 29, he will talk on “Secrets of Influence and Persuasion Using Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP).
The explanation for each style--Charismatics, Thinkers, Skeptics, Followers and Controllers--introduces the reader to the world of persuasion and how decisions are made.
Communication, psychology, marketing and other scholars from the US and Germany discuss persuasion in the rhetorical tradition; the effects of message features; media influence as persuasion; behavioral, cognitive, and social outcomes of persuasion; being persuaded; theories, including discrepancy models of belief change, functional attitude theory, reasoned action theory, the elaboration likelihood model, reactance theory, and inoculation theory; and contexts like political persuasion, mass media and drug prevention, marketing and advertising, the legal setting, and technology.
The topic of military persuasion is complex and difficult to define.
Fogg is Founder and Director of the Stanford Persuasion Technology Labs, and speaks about how persuasive technology activates rich customer experiences and influences specific user actions.
How can one responsibly talk about persuasion if one lacks a grounded account of how the soul works?