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  18-2.10 The gatekeeper works at allowing all members a say in the process. 18-2.11 The tension-reliever and the joker are the same role. 18-2.12 Groupthink is helpful to a group because it brings the group closer together. 18-2.13 A panel discussion is a question and answer session between the audience and the small group. 18-2.14 A symposium is a series of short.
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  16-2.10 Outlining is as important to special occasion speaking as it is to informative and persuasive speaking. 16-2.11 Only longer special occasion speeches will have an introduction, body, and conclusion. 16-2.12 Most special occasion speeches will be delivered extemporaneously.   16-2.13 Most eulogies and tributes should be under 10 minutes. 16-2.14 Speeches of introduction should be lengthy so you can adequately introduce the guest.
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  16-3.10 The word _____ derives from the Greek word meaning “to praise” or “good word.” 16-3.11 A speech of _____ presents an event’s next or main speaker to the audience. 16-3.12 A(n) _____ is a ritual expressing honor or goodwill to a person(s), institution, group, or event that is punctuated by taking a drink. 16-3.13 A(n) _____ is a humorous tribute.
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    21)Karl Marx believed that ________ was the central force for social change, while Max Weber believed that ________ was the force most responsible for social change. A)economics; religion B)education; political stability C)government; economics D)religion; education 22)According to Max Weber, the Protestant ethic was a central factor in the birth of ________.  A) capitalism B)democracy C)socialism D)bureaucracy 23)What quality did.
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16-1.1 What is the first step in creating a special occasion speech? a. research for suitable material b. create your outline c. determine the purpose and type of speech d. practice your delivery so you sound conversational 16-1.2 Which of the following is NOT something to consider when writing your special occasion speech? a. remember that these speeches tend.
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  17-2.1 Many of the skills learned in your text can be applied to written forms of communication. 17-2.2 Being audience centered is not important in on-the-job speaking. 17-2.3 Oral reports are designed to argue for a belief or course of action. 17-2.4 Recommendations are a form of on-the-job persuasion.   17-2.5 “To persuade the board of directors to invest in new software to track.
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  17-2.10 Most often reports and recommendations will be delivered using a manuscript.   17-2.11 It is easy to become defensive with business presentations. 17-2.12 As a meeting participant, you should try to talk as much as possible. 17-2.13 “How many children do you have?” is a legal interview question. 17-2.14 It is legal to ask, “Are you able to work 12-hour shifts?” 17-2.15 On a.
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  16-2.1 The creative process of writing a special occasion speech is linear. 16-2.2 Special occasion speeches can be very culturally specific. 16-2.3 The special occasion speech has the general purpose to convince, stimulate, or to actuate. 16-2.4 A speech to celebrate will honor or highlight a person, group, institution, place, or event. 16-2.5 A sermon is a speech to commemorate. 16-2.6 Speeches to entertain.
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1)The corners of life that people occupy such as jobs, income, education, gender, age, and race are referred to as the social imperative. 2)Anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology are all appropriately classified as social sciences. 3)The first goal of any scientific discipline is to discover the pattern, or reoccurring characteristics,.
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  17-1.21 Which of the following is NOT true about researching for a business report or recommendation? a. The key for on-the-job research is to start early. b. The research process is the same for these types as it is for informative and persuasive speeches. c. You should research any recent issues that could positively or negatively affect.
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    11)How people interpret their situation in life, how they view what they are doing, and how they perceive what is happening to them, is referred to as their objective meaning of life. 12)In the early 20th century, the University of Chicago dominated the field of sociology. 13)Frances Perkins, a sociologist, won the.
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  16-5.3 Based on what you know about the guidelines for effective speeches of introduction, read the following speech and explain how effective or not you think it is. “The great screen and stage star Rosalind Russell once said, “Acting is like standing up naked and turning around very slow.” Luckily, if that is true, out next.
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  18-4.11 What are group task, group interaction, and self-centered roles? 18-4.12 What is the difference between the tension-reliever and the joker?   18-4.13 What is groupthink? 18-4.14 What is the difference between a symposium and a panel discussion? 16-4.15 What is a colloquium?     .
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  17-4.5 Write a specific purpose for a business report. 17-4.6 Write a specific purpose for a recommendation. 17-4.7 Write a central idea for a business report.   17-4.8 Write a central idea for a recommendation. 17-4.9 How does researching a business presentation compare with researching informative and persuasive speeches?     .
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  18-1.21 Which of the following is NOT a type of task communication? a. helping research and collect information b. assigning tasks to each member c. preparing and distributing handouts d. helping the group reach a consensus 18-1.22 _____ communication activities relate to creating and maintaining effective interpersonal relationships within the group. a. Procedural b. Task c. Self-centered d. Maintenance   18-1.23 Terry has a difficult time.
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  16-1.31 Which of the following is NOT a guideline for analyzing your audience for your special occasion speech? a. research the demographics of the audience b. talk to someone else to learn about your audience c. consider the personal, social, and psychological traits of your audience d. audience analysis is irrelevant since your main focus should be on.
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18-1.1 A small group must have at least _____ members. a. two b. three c. five d. seven 18-1.2 According to communication scholars, the maximum number of members in a small group falls in the _____ range. a. 5–6 b. 6–7 c. 7–12 d. 12–20 18-1.3 Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a small group? a. members feel a sense of belongingness b. members.
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  18-1.11 A group of experts who offer advice to an individual or group that needs to make a decision is called a(n) a. advisory group. b. brainstorming team. c. quality assurance group. d. project team.   18-1.12 Tanya wasn’t chosen as the leader, yet all her group members began looking to her for answers because she is the senior-most member of.
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  18-2.1 A small group must have a minimum of two people. 18-2.2 Working groups are more formal than social groups. 18-2.3 In the norming stage of group development, conflict starts to arise.   18-2.4 All groups will have a leader. 18-2.5 An emergent leader is someone the other group members defer to because he/she has a high level of expertise or rank. 18-2.6 The.
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  17-5.3 What are the five guidelines to follow when leading a meeting? 17-5.4 Read over the following list of interview questions. Identify which ones are legal and which ones are illegal. 1. How long have you been at your present job? 2. How many children do you have? 3. Can you stand for long periods of time? 4. Do.
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  17-3.10 The statement, “We can cut costs by reducing bonuses, curtailing travel, and freezing hiring” is using the _____ strategy. 17-3.11 The statement, “Enrollment grew slowly over the last few years, risen sharply this past Fall and will continue to rise over the next five years” is using the _____ strategy. 17-3.12 Most often you will give business presentations.
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  16-1.21 As a special occasion speaker, which of the following is NOT a guideline to help you determine the purpose of the occasion? a. try to get an idea of the atmosphere of the location b. find out the purpose of both the overall event and the specific event c. make sure your speech stands out from.
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  17-4.10 What ethical guidelines should you follow when conducting research for a recommendation? 17-4.11 Write a central idea for a report, using the topical strategy.   17-4.12 Write a central idea for a recommendation, using the comparative strategy. 17-4.13 What guidelines should you follow when using language in a business presentation? 17-4.14 What are the responsibilities of a meeting participant? 17-4.15 Write an example of.
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  16-1.10 Speeches to _____ will honor or highlight a person, group, institution, place, or event. a. inspire b. commemorate c. celebrate d. entertain 16-1.12 Eduardo gave an opening welcome to the gathering of real estate agents. This is an example of a speech to _____. a. inspire b. entertain c. commemorate d. celebrate 16-1.13 Speeches to _____ pay tribute to or remember a person, group, institution,.
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  1)The concept that describes opening a window into unfamiliar worlds that allows us to understand human behavior by placing it within its broader social context is called ________.  A) the sociological perspective (or imagination) B)social location C)social integration D)the social imperative 2)Which of the following elements did C. Wright Mills attribute as being the.
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  16-3.1 A(n) _____ speech has the general purpose to celebrate, commemorate, inspire, or to entertain. 16-3.2 Speeches to _____ set out to motivate, stir, encourage, or arouse the audience.   16-3.4 Speeches to _____ have the general goal to amuse, delight, and engage the audience for the purpose of enjoyment with a bit of wisdom or tribute thrown in depending.
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  18-3.9 Lauren takes the lead in her group’s discussions, but encourages their feedback and participation in decisionmaking. Lauren is a ____ leader. 18-3.10 _____ leaders allow group members complete freedom with the process necessary to reach the group goal. 18-3.11 The group member who works to relieve tension by mediating, compromising, or offering new suggestions is called the _____. 18-3.12 The group.
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  17-3.1 _____ are forms of informative speaking designed to present business-related information to others. 17-3.2 A speech updating co-workers on the progress of a project is considered a _____. 17-3.4 _____ are proposals arguing for a belief or course of action in the workplace. 17-3.5 “To inform the managers about potential cost-cutting measures in the mailroom” is an example of a.
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  16-4.1 What is the first step in creating your special occasion speech? 16-4.2 What makes the special occasion speech more personal and unique? 16-4.3 Which speeches have the general purpose to celebrate? 16-4.4 What speeches have the general purpose to commemorate?   16-4.5 What speeches have the general purpose to inspire?     .
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  18-4.1 What is small group communication? 18-4.2 How many people constitute a small group? 18-4.3 What is a virtual small group? 18-4.4 What is the difference between a working group and a social group? 18-4.5 What is a focus group?     .
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    31)Because of her outstanding contributions to social reform, as demonstrated in her work as co-founder of Hull-House, ________ was a co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. A)Marion Talbot B)Charlotte Perkins Gilman C)Alice Paul D)Jane Addams 32)The book published by W. E. B. Du Bois in 1899 that analyzed how African Americans in a.
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  16-4.6 How do you write the central idea for a special occasion speech? 16-4.7 What are two questions you can use to guide your research for the special occasion speech? 16-4.8 What can be a negative consequence of giving a poor special occasion speech?   16-4.9 What are two guidelines for crafting a eulogy? 16-4.10 List two guidelines for crafting a tribute?     .
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  18-1.31 _____ is a mental and sometimes physical process of discovering new ideas, concepts, associations, or things. a. Critical thinking b. Brainstorming c. Creativity d. Decision-Making 18-1.32 The first step in the DECIDE model is to a. develop a plan. b. define the goal and problem. c. consider alternatives. d. examine issues preventing goal success 18-1.33 Ron’s group members didn’t critically evaluate the decisions being.
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  17-1.11 General topics for oral reports include all of the following EXCEPT a. disseminating information. b. celebrating an accomplishment. c. introducing new information, products, or potential purchases. d. offering professional insight and expertise. 17-1.12 _____ are proposals arguing for a belief or course of action. a. Endorsements b. Oral reports c. Recommendations d. Speeches of inspiration 17-1.13 _____ are a form of on-the-job persuasion. a. Oral.
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    11)What was the social event that most influenced Auguste Comte to explore patterns within society and become interested in what holds society together? A)the discovery of the New World B)the Spanish Inquisition C)the Russian Revolution D)the French Revolution 12)The notion that only the fittest members of society deserve to survive and that social programs to.
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17-1.1 Which of the following is NOT one of the most-mentioned skills employers are looking for in potential employees? a. listening skills b. ability to orally communicate c. technical skills d. written communication skills 17-1.2 Which of the following is NOT a common outcome of being a good public speaker in the workplace? a. It can make you more promotable. b..
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  17-1.31 Which of the following is NOT true about presenting your on-the-job speech? a. You should use informal language to put the audience at ease. b. You should be enthusiastic. c. You will most often speak extemporaneously. d. Your language should be appropriate to you, your audience, and the occasion. 17-1.32 Which of the following is NOT a guideline for.
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  18-3.1 A _____ must have at least three or more people. 18-3.2 _____ groups form to complete a specific task. 18-3.3 The first phase in group development is called _____. 18-3.4 The group phase where power and relationship issues erupt is called _____. 18-3.5 Beth participated in a group that tasted various flavors of vitamin water and discussed whether they liked.
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  18-4.6 What is an advisory group? 18-4.7 What is a quality assurance group? 18-4.8 Explain implied, designated, and emergent leaders.   18-4.9 What is the authoritarian leadership style and when should it be used? 18-4.10 What are the maintenance communication activities of a leader?     .
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    41)Functionalists refer to how parts of a society fit together to form a whole as ________. A)a symbol B)a synthesis C)an integration D)a structure 42)The two sociologists who referred to society as being a kind of living organism were _______ and ________.  A) Auguste Comte; Emile Durkheim B)Karl Marx; Max Weber C)Auguste Comte; Herbert Spencer D)Emile Durkheim; Max.
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