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Anxiety in Public Speaking: A Case Study of Students’ Paper Presentation in Learning


The communicator’s ability to convey information in front of the public is something that needs attention. Style of speaking, body language, to the psychological condition of the communicator, are parts that need to be well prepared. Feelings of anxiety, worry, or commonly known as stage fright, often occur when the communicator is in front of an audience. This study tries to describe the difficulties faced by students in making presentations in lectures. The results of this study try to describe the psychological condition of students when making presentations in front of an audience who often experience anxiety in presentations, as well as what causes anxiety to occur and how to overcome it with various tips and tricks to relieve anxiety so that speaking skills can be improved.

Keywords: Anxiety, audiences, paper presentations, public speaking

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