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7.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) Now that Lindsey has a boyfriend, she has stopped making an effort to keep her female friends. Her best friend, Eileen tried to speak with Lindsey about this, but Lindsey has made it clear that she will spend all of her time with her boyfriend. Since.
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  4.2  Short Answer Questions 1)Words are ________ that represent our thoughts, feelings, and ideas in a specific context or relationship.   2)________ language is characterized by assertive statements and certainty.   3)According to Webster’s Dictionary, the word “reckless” is defined as “heedless or careless.” This definition is the ________ meaning of the word.   4)________ are used.
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  7.4   Matching Questions   a)A biting sense of humor designed to keep people at a distance and to maintain control in a situation b)Constantly topping the achievements of others c)Emotional atmosphere, which encourages a free and open interaction between individuals d)A defensive response that communicates “Do not get close to me!” e)We retreat from a problem.
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  4.5  Essay Questions 1)Why is language symbolic?   Explain the differences between denotative and connotative meanings. Choose a word (aggressive, dirty, cool, hot, gay, patriotic, or one of your own) and give its denotative and connotative meaning. 2)Describe how ethnic/racial/social influences affect the meaning of words by discussing how a particular culture may.
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  3)Our use of nonverbal communication is one aspect that makes us unique because nonverbal behavior is culturally bound. Identify the three ways cultures differ in nonverbal communication.   4)Define kinesics, proxemics, and chronemics. Within your definition of kinesics, list the five different types and give specific examples of each. 5)Define silence. How does.
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  7.5   Essay Questions 1)Identify, define, and give an example of a defense mechanism that you personally use when communicating with others. Next, explain why you use the defense mechanism. Finally, explain how you can use supportive communication skills to minimize the use of the identified defense mechanism.  3)              Define distancing, avoidance,.
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  11)Primary questions are nonrestrictive questions designed to give the respondent maximum latitude in formulating an answer. Answer: FALSE 12)Nonverbal behavior, such as a raised eyebrow or a searching look, can function as secondary questions. Answer: TRUE 13)Carl is applying for a job at a local university. He is required to submit his resume online..
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  6.2   Short Answer Questions 1)________ is healthy. Sometimes, we just want to “talk” about an issue and not have anyone respond immediately. We just want to let out our feelings.   2)From what is legitimate power derived from? ____________ power is defined as the “potential for changing attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors of others.” 3)The.
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  3.4   Matching Questions   a)Focusing on the content of the message in order to gain knowledge b)Our own thoughts or feelings that prevent us from listening c)Processing the meaning of a message d)Sounds or visual stimuli that draw our attention away from an intended message e)Evaluating the speaker’s message or intent f)Listening with a sense of purpose g)Highly.
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  11) A square divided into four quadrants that is designed to be a visual presentation of the self is called a) Interpersonal Needs Theory. b)Johari Window. c)Cost-Benefit Theory. d)Self-Analysis Quadrant. 12) The quadrant in the Johari Window that represents a part of ourselves that we keep private and let no one else know is.
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  3.5   Essay Questions 1)Define empathetic listening. Define critical listening. What is the difference between these two types of listening?   2)What is the difference between hearing and listening? Give an example of each.   3)Explain the differences between external and internal noise. Give examples of how noise can interfere with listening.   .
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  4)Discuss the skills we can use to deal with conflict in our relationships in order to attempt to reach to some kind of resolution.   5)What is self-disclosure? List two reasons why people choose to self-disclose online. List two risks of self-disclosing too much information on the Internet. Suggest one action we.
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6.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) When we communicate, we are sending two types of messages: the obvious message and the hidden message, which are also known as the _____ and _____ messages. a) content/relational b)intimate/power c)relational/social d)expert/content 2) Pam is the vice president of Welsh Oil. As the vice president, it is assumed that her.
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  7.2   Short Answer Questions 1)________ is the defense mechanism displayed when we retreat from a problem in a relationship.   2)________ is when we behave contrary to the way we feel.   3)Brandon and Megan have been dating for two months. On their dates, they engage in safe, nonthreatening communication that involves little risk. This.
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  8.2   Short Answer Questions A(n) ________ is a planned and purposeful interaction between two parties in which questions are asked and answers are given. 1)During an interview, “What do you mean?” is an example of a ________ question.   2)The attorney was getting frustrated with Mary’s long-winded and evasive answers to her interview.
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  11) Angela told Sami, “I’m on the carpet!” Because both women are from the Mid Atlantic seaboard, Sami knows that Angela cannot wait to get married. This is an example of how language is influenced by a) social culture. b)geographic location. c)racial background. d)ethnic make-up. 12) When the meaning for a word or symbol.
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  6.4   Matching Questions   a)Marty begins Karate classes and Cindy starts Pilates at separate gyms. b)Marty discloses that he loves Cindy. The two now consider themselves a couple. c)Cindy takes Marty home to meet her parents. d)Marty and Cindy file for divorce. e)Marty cancels their planned trip together and Cindy wants to know why. Marty doesn’t.
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  3.2   Short Answer Questions 1)___________ listeners are involved verbally and nonverbally, avoid making judgments about the sender’s feelings, and communicate a sense of caring or empathy.   2)When ________ listening, we must first listen to the message before we evaluate the speaker’s message or intent. Use a type of active listening to fill.
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  5)Mark studies math with his partner every day after school. One day during study time, Mark’s partner explained an extensive math problem to him. However, Mark did not quite understand. Mark asked his partner to explain it again. Mark was ________.   6)What are the three types of active listening?   7)Restating another person’s.
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  11) Kinesics is the study of a) space. b)eye movement. c)bodily movements. d)language. 12) Yawning at someone’s boring story is a nonverbal behavior called a (n) a) regulator. b)affect display. c)illustrator. d)emblem. 13) A mother is hugging her one-year-old son and giving him kisses on the cheek. What type of personal space is she demonstrating? a) Social distance b)Intimate.
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  8.5   Essay Questions 1)Define and differentiate between open and closed questions. Give an example of each. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using each type of question?   2)Define and differentiate between primary and secondary questions. Give an example of each. Explain the function of these two questions.   3)Define, give an example, and.
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  7)____________ is a problem because it only pretends to include women when in fact it refers only to men.   8)Edgar’s tardiness made Monica and him late for the symphony. Since late entrances are not allowed, the money it cost for the tickets was wasted. This made Monica furious. Trying to communicate.
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  11)Empathy implies indifference toward another individual, whereas neutrality is the ability to look at something from another’s perspective. Answer: FALSE 12)Gibb pairings are differentiated by physical, social, and psychological climates. Answer: FALSE 13)Outdoing others happens when you compete in a way that says you are better or when you are trying to top the.
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  6.5   Essay Questions 1)Define intimacy. List the four types of intimacy and give an example for each. 2)Define the different types of social power. Explain why it is important for two people in a relationship to feel empowered. 3)Mark Knapp and Anita Vangelisti created a model for the development of relationships between close.
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5.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) Communication, which encompasses the broad spectrum of messages we send without verbalizing our thoughts or feelings, is a) nonverbal. b)intentional. c)unintentional. d)personal. 2) While stuck in traffic, Marta could not tell whether the police officer was signaling her forward or telling her to turn right. This is because nonverbal communication.
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  7)Before asking the difficult questions, Kenji spends several minutes during the opening portion of the interview chitchatting with Alejandro in hopes of finding a shared interest, value, or past experience. Kenji is establishing __________, an interviewing technique that helps create a positive communication climate.   8)Stewart and Cash describe several methods to.
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  6.3   True/False Questions 1)Interpersonal communication is an informal exchange and can occur between two people through dyadic communication as well as more than two people in small-group communication. Answer: TRUE 2)Social power is the “potential for changing attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors of others.” Answer: TRUE 3)Yvonne is completing an internship at a public relations firm.
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  5)According to ________, for every identified defensive behavior, there is a counteractive behavior that contributes to a supportive climate.   Define a defensive climate, and provide some defensive behaviors from the Gibb pairings as examples. 6)Define a supportive climate and provide some examples of supportive behaviors from the Gibb pairings. 7)The Gibb study.
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  8.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) “Tell me about a time when you cheated in school.” This type of interview question is  a) neutral. b)open. c)leading. d)secondary. 2) Sarah took a political survey while at the grocery store. One of the questions asked, “Do you support raising taxes on those who earn $250,000 a year or.
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  4.4   Matching Questions   a)Customary beliefs and attitudes of a racial, religious, or social group b)Things, names for objects around us c)Use of broad terms to explain ideas or concepts d)An arbitrary system of symbols that is governed by rules and conveys power e)Unspoken rules that guide our use of language f)Words that substitute for other words.
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  11)Silence can communicate uneasiness or discomfort as well as send a positive message. Answer: TRUE 12)A boardroom business meeting, a family picnic, a literature study group meeting in a member’s home, and four couples enjoying an evening together playing bridge are all examples of situations where communication occurs at a public distance. Answer:.
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  11) Judging or criticizing the behavior of others is a defense mechanism known as a) sarcasm. b)reaction formation. c)overly critical communication. d)outdoing others. 12) Amy is furious! She has just found out that her boyfriend went to the car show on Valentine’s Day instead of taking her out for a romantic dinner. She wants.
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  11) Choose the BEST example of a neutral question. A)“What book are you reading right now?” B)“Don’t you agree that Allen’s book portrays a negative image of women?” C)“Why don’t you enjoy reading?” D)“Do you think that cyber-books are the wave of the future?” 12) Basil is angry. He feels that Rick is asking ________.
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  5.3   True/False Questions 1)The meaning of nonverbal communication changes from culture to culture. Answer: TRUE 2)Emblems, illustrators, affect displays, regulators, and adaptors all fall under the category of kinesics. Answer: TRUE 3)A hitchhiker’s outstretched thumb is an example of an illustrator. Answer: FALSE 4)Mrs. Hill is unhappy at all the children running up and down the church.
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  5)Marley is twirling her hair and rocking back and forth. What is this nonverbal behavior called?   6)Proxemics is the study of ________ as it relates to human interaction.   7)The U.S. Defense Department used this study of bodily movements to teach soldiers to hold their hands over their hearts while greeting local populations.
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  3.3   True/False Questions 1)Listening is one’s physical ability to perceive sounds. Answer: FALSE Focusing on the many details in a conversation instead of the main ideas of the message is called message overload. Answer: TRUE 2)Becoming an effective communicator begins with listening. Answer: TRUE 3)As empathetic listeners, we judge the statement of others while listening to.
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4.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) What is/are symbolic, an arbitrary system of symbols, rule-governed, and conveys power? a) Discourse b)Speech c)Language d)Words 2) Words are _______ that represent things, our feelings, names for objects around us, and explanations for behaviors. a) symbols b)jargon c)paralanguage d)power 3) Casey’s Aunt asked what article he was reading. Casey replied, “It's a review.
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  8.3   True/False Questions 1)An interview is a planned and purposeful interaction between two parties in which questions are asked and answers are given. Answer: TRUE 2)“What are the upcoming fashion trends that we will see this season?” This is an example of a closed question. Answer: FALSE 3)The “interviewee” can be more than one person.
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  4)Define questioning, paraphrasing, and interpreting. How are they similar? Different? Explain how questioning, paraphrasing, and interpreting improve our responsive listening skills. 5)Remembering is an essential part of active listening. Note taking can help with that process. Identify the guidelines for effective note taking and discuss them.                   .
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  5.2   Short Answer Questions Nonverbal communication can be either ________ or ________; meaning we can either decide to send a message using our body, voice, or use of time, or send an unintentional message without knowledge. Our use of nonverbal communication is one aspect that makes us unique because nonverbal behavior.
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  4.3   True/False Questions 1)Language is arbitrary, rule-governed, and conveys power. Answer: TRUE 2)Regulative rules are unspoken rules that guide our use of language. Answer: TRUE 3)Language is arbitrary because its meaning can change depending on the speaker, audience, and context. Answer: TRUE The connotative meaning of a word is also known as the dictionary meaning of the.
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  7.3   True/False Questions 1)Evan has no energy to break up with Linda. Although she has left several messages, he refuses to speak or meet with her. Evan is displaying distancing. Answer: FALSE 2)When we do not confront a problem and are convinced it will just go away by itself, then we are using.
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  5)Identify the four quadrants of the Johari window.   7)Identify the four types of intimacy we can experience in our society. 8)William Schutz developed a theory stating that everyone has three basic types of need in their interpersonal relationships. Identify these three needs.     9)________ is an expressed struggle between two or more interdependent parties.
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  5.4   Matching Questions   a)Sounds used to fill in the gaps between words such as “you know” and “uh” b)The study of how we use time c)Signs of our emotional state d)Nonverbal behaviors that grow out of our discomfort e)The study of physical space as it relates to human interaction f)The study of how we use time g)Body.
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  8.4   Matching Questions   a)Includes all the questions that the interviewer plans to ask b)Designed to gain additional information c)Introduces a major area of discussion d)Provides maximum flexibility for both the interviewer and interviewee e)Designed to move the interview in a specific direction f)Nonrestrictive questions g)Questions that reveal nothing about the interviewee’s biases h)The types of questions the interviewee.
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