Presenting ideas to an audience is something that a speaker/presenter should not go into blindly. It is important to know your audience because you would not want to be rejected (who does?). An audience could be a number of factors such as: likely to be influenced by popular misconceptions, likely to have a narrow perspective, likely to be unobservant of important considerations, or likely to familiar with facts from your investigation to name a few. Knowing your audience is like knowing (or not knowing) a person you are one-on-one talking with. There is a political correctness that should not be ignored when addressing an audience I think. I always want to speak respectfully especially when I am speaking to strangers like I would if they were my audience. Knowing your audience can allow you to fine-tune your presented ideas to come across in the most effective way.
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