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    1.Describe the relationship between perception and the communication process.   2.Describe the process of perception.   3.Describe how perception differs between people.   4.Describe the relationship between perception and self-concept.   5.List the key components of self-concept.       .
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1.According to the text, intrapersonal communication is communication a.interaction typically between two people. b.interaction typically between two or more people. c.with one’s self, including self-talk, imaging and visualization. d.with others, including talking, imaging and visualization.     2.According to the text, intrapersonal communication is when we a.talk to others out loud b.talk to others with our mind c.talk to ourselves,.
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  6.List and describe a way to effectively communication in the work environment.   7.List and describe a way to effectively communication in meetings.   8.Identify and describe one way to effectively communication in a teleconference.   9.Identify and describe one way to effectively communication in a videoconference.   10.Define and describe sexual harassment in the workplace.   .
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  11.Which of the following is NOT an obstacle to communication? a.Speech is like written language b.Slang c.Jargon c. Sexist and racist language   12.Slang is best described as words a.used by young people. b.that mean something to us and the people we associate with, and may be understood by people outside of our group. c.that mean something to us.
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  1.Factors to consider when choosing a topic include the purpose of the speech and appropriateness of the topic, projected time length of the speech, and the ability to access information.   2.In a speech to inform, your goal is to make the audience consider your point of view.    3.In a speech to.
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  6.Describe the importance of listening skills   7.Describe the difference between passive, active, critical and empathetic listening.   8.List and describe the stages of the listening process.   9.List and describe three key barriers to listening.   10.List and describe three ways to improve listening.   .
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  1.An effective delivery should, not distract from the message, help the audience to listen, understand, and remember and act, and should be flexible.   2.According to Aristotle, the ability to speak effectively is called rhetoric.   3.Speaking persuasive adds, as we have seen previously, the element of motivation to change, adopt, or become involved.
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  6.List and describe five ways to improve interpersonal communication.   7.Define and describe stereotypes.   8.Describe the “iceberg model” in terms of self-disclosure in your own words.   9.In your own words, describe one effective strategy to reduce the tendency to stereotype the unfamiliar.   10.Define and describe ethnocentrism and provide an example.   .
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  6.Define and describe a “euphemism.”   7.Define and describe “doublespeak.”   8.Define and describe “bypassing.”   9.Define and describe “Indiscrimination.”   10.Define and describe “polarization.”   .
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1.Rogers and Steinfatt (1999) defined intercultural communication as a.the exchange of information between individuals who are “alike culturally.” b.the exchange of information between individuals who are “unalike culturally.” c.the exchange of information across cultures. d.the exchange of information within the same culture.   2.Klopf (1991) states culture is a.“that part of the environment made by humans.” b.“that part.
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  1.Mass communication includes the study of mass media, the messages they generate, the audiences they attempt to reach, and their effects on these audiences.   2.Mass communication is a form of communication in which a source addresses an audience with the same or similar message.   3.Prior to the Gutenberg Press, according to John.
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1.Which of the following makes for a “good” delivery? a.The delivery should be flawless. b.The speaker should focus on the clock. c.The speaker ends when the audience is ready. d.The delivery should create common ground.   2.Which of the following makes for a “good” delivery? a.perfect delivery b.perfect time c.common conclusion d.common ground.   3.An effective delivery should a.not distract from the message b.help.
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1.According to the text, nonverbal communication is a.communication that uses signs and symbols. b.communication that is verbal and not verbal. c.communication that is not verbal. d.like American Sign Language (ASL).   2.According to the text, nonverbal communication is a.communication  between friends that uses special symbols. b.communication between friends that uses text messages c.communication that is not verbal. d.like American Sign.
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1.Factors to consider when choosing a topic include a.the purpose of the speech and appropriateness of the topic. b.projected time length of the speech. c.ability to access information. d.all of the answers provided. ??   2.Factors to consider when choosing a topic include a.purpose of the speech b.projected time length of the speech. c.appropriateness of the topic. d.all of the.
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  6.Create an outline of an informative speech. 7.Create an outline of a persuasive speech. 8.Discuss why Wikipedia is not a reliable source of information for your speech. 9.A train uses a heat source to heat water, create stream, and turn a turbine, which moves a lever, which causes a wheel to move on.
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  1.Please discuss the importance of communication in the work environment.   2.List and discuss a strategy to search for employment.   3.Describe the employment interview process.   4.List and describe an employment interview.   5.Identify and describe one key quality employers seek in applicants.       .
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  11.Logic or reason in an appeal involves: a.Pathos b.Logos c.Ethos d.None of the options available   12.The anxious feeling before speaking is normal and called a.speech anxiety. b.communication apprehension. c.fear of public speaking. d.none of the options available.   13.The degree to which something is new and unfamiliar influencing the extent of speech anxiety is called  a. novelty. b.conspicuousness. c.audience characteristics. d.mindfulness. 14.Communication apprehension before a.
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1.Mass communication includes a.the study of mass media, the messages they generate, the audiences they attempt to reach, and their effects on these audiences. b.the study of mass media and effects on audiences. c.the study of messages and their effects on audiences. d.none of the options available.   2.Mass communication is a process in which a.professional communicators.
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  1.“Our reality is shaped by our language“ is a principle of verbal communication?   2.Our perception of reality is determined by our thought process and our thought processes are limited by language and, therefore, language shapes our reality.   3.The denotative meaning of a word is the common meaning which may or may.
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1.Unless you are independently wealthy, you will a.stay in school indefinitely b.live long and prosper c.work for a living d.play for a living   2.If you need to work for a living, you will probably need a.effective interpersonal communication skills b.effective group communication skills c.effective public speaking skills d.all of the skill options listed. 3.According to the text and numerous employer.
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1.Groups tend to meet our basic interpersonal needs, including: a.inclusion b.affection c.control d.all of the answers provided   2.Groups tend to meet our basic interpersonal needs, including: a.personal transportation b.personal artistic expression c.personal preferences d.none of the options available   3.According to the text, how many people does it take to make a group? a.1-2 b.2-4 c.3-8 d.4-16 4.Which of the following is not a step in.
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  21.In terms of co-languages, slang is a word a.or words used by young people. b.or words used by a specific cultural group. c.which takes the place of a standard or traditional word in order to add an unconventional, non-standard, humorous or rebellious effect. d.which is a standard or traditional word used in order to.
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  1.Describe the importance of mass communication and its role in the communication process.   2.List and describe three types of mass communication.   3.Identify and describe one effect of mass communication. 4.Describe how mass communication in the form of a movie in influences our perception, culture, attitudes and behavior.   5.Identify and describe one way to be.
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  1.According to the text, intrapersonal communication is communication with one’s self, including self-talk, imaging and visualization.   2.According to the text, intrapersonal communication is when we express ourselves through music, poetry, or art.   3.According to the text, interpersonal communication is communication with one’s self, including self-talk, imaging and visualization.   4.According to the text, interpersonal.
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  1.Articulate a clear goal for a sample speech or oral presentation.   2.List and describe an aspect of a good delivery of a speech or oral presentation.   3.Discuss the difference between speech anxiety and communication apprehension.   4.List and describe a factor which significantly contributes to the degree of speech anxiety.   5.List and describe a way.
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  6.Describe the physical and psychological aspects of nonverbal communication.   7.Please label and describe one way to improve your understanding of nonverbal communication   8.Tattoos and piercings are increasingly common as forms of nonverbal communication.  Please label and describe the type of nonverbal communication they represent. 9.The boss gets the large corner office.  The new.
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  6.List and describe a way to handle specific speech anxiety. 7.List and describe body movement which contributes to a positive delivery of your speech or oral presentation.   8.List and describe a presentation method for delivery.   9.You will be presenting on the importance of effective road signs. Describe the visual aids, their methods and.
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  11.Telephone interviews are often used as a a.low-cost way of screening qualified candidates. b.high-cost way of screening qualified candidates. c.a quick way to interview a small number of candidates. d.a slow way to interview a large number of candidates.   12.A personal interview is often used as a a.a way to get to know qualified candidates in.
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  11.Group members stay in a particular group for: a.Group synergy b.Support c.Meet interpersonal needs d.all of the answers provided   12.Which of the following is a positive group member role? a.Recognition-Seeker b.Blocker c.Coordinator d.Dominator   13.Which of the following is a negative group member role? a.Special-interest pleader b.Initiator c.Elaborator d.Recorder   14.Collectivist cultures usually a. value independence b.value written contracts c.value inventors d.value conformity   15.Cultures which value individual differences are called a.collectivist cultures b.individualistic.
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  11.In terms of the uses of nonverbal communication, it can: a.compliment, repeat, replace, mask or contradict verbal communication. b.encourage, discourage, facilitate, or deny verbal communication. c.repeat, suggest, replace, mask, or confirm verbal communication. d.confirm, encourage, discourage, mask or compliment verbal communication.    12.Which of the following is NOT a principle of nonverbal communication? a.Nonverbal Communication is.
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  1.According to the text and numerous employer surveys, desired skills for potential employees include interpersonal communication skills, group communication skills, oral and written communication skills.   2.According to the text and numerous employer surveys, desired skills for potential employees include the ability to surf the Internet.   3.According to the text and numerous employer.
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1.Which of the following is NOT a principle of verbal communication? a.Language has rules. b.Our reality is shaped by our language. c.Our reality is determined by our language. d.Language is arbitrary and symbolic.   2.Which of the following is a principle of verbal communication? a.Language has grammar rules. b.Our reality is shaped by our language. c.Our reality is determined.
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  1.Describe the importance of intercultural communication and its role in the communication process.   2.List and describe four characteristics of intercultural communication. 3.List and describe one barrier to intercultural communication.   4.List and describe three ways to improve intercultural communication.   5.Define and describe slang.       .
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  6.List and describe two of the types of group members.   7.List and describe one example of both positive and negative group member roles.   8.Describe how group members can become leaders.   9.Discuss the universal traits theory of leadership.   10.Describe why coaches are discussed as an effective leadership role.   .
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  1.According to the text, nonverbal communication is communication that is not verbal.   2.According to the text, nonverbal communication is like American Sign Language (ASL).   3.Nonverbal Communication is Slow.   4.In nonverbal communication, illustrators reinforce a verbal message.   5.In nonverbal communication, illustrators reinforce a verbal message, like pointing and saying “over there.”   6.In nonverbal communication, emblems.
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  1.List and describe two types of groups   2.List and describe how groups meet our basic needs   3.Define a group and identify how many members comprise a small group.   4.Describe how groups form rules and norms for interaction.   5.List and describe two of the steps for group problem-solving.       .
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  1.According to the text, perception is individual and complex.   2.According to the text, perception is a group experience that involves selection, organization, and interpretation.   3.Perception involves selection, organization and interpretation.   4.Selection has three main parts selective choice, service and dedication.   5.Organization as an aspect of perception is when we sort and categorize information in.
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  1.Describe how to choose a topic for a speech or oral presentation.   2.Describe the process of how to conduct an audience analysis, determining whether a topic is appropriate for a speaker, audience or situation.   3.Describe a specific purpose of a speech or oral presentation. 4.Describe a thesis statement and its purpose. 5.Create an outline.
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  11.Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution covers free speech? a.First b.Second c.Ninth d.Fourteenth   12.The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution addresses: a.free lunch b.right to bear arms c.right to happiness d.free speech   13.Magazines offer a.up to the minute news b.articles on interesting topics c.generalized and unfocused content to readers (or viewers) d.specialized and focused content to readers (or viewers).     14.The Gutenberg Press, which revolutionized.
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  11.Schutz’s interpersonal needs include a.romance, belonging, and safety. b.affection, inclusion and control. c.physiological and psychological needs. d.affection and our sense of self and self-respect.    12.The need for affection, according to Schutz, is the need we have to feel that people like a.us or that we can be loved and wanted. b.us or to be in control. c.us.
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  6.Describe what people who live in individualistic cultures may value.   7.In implicit-rule cultures, rules and norms for behavior are implied and known by everyone, but not always clearly stated.  Since they are not always clearly stated, how do they members of the culture learn them?  Please include a clear example in.
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  1.According to Klopf (1991), culture is “that part of the environment made by humans.”     2.Intercultural pioneer Edward T. Hall focused on how people interact rather than studying the culture as a single, distinct way of living.   3.Intercultural pioneer Edward T. Hall focused on the national level, and how culture is.
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  1.Describe language and its role in perception and the communication process.   2.List and describe five key principles of verbal communication.   3.List and describe nine ways language can be an obstacle to communication.   4.List and describe three barriers to communication.   5.List and describe six ways to improve verbal communication.       .
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  11.When considering your audience, you should ask yourself: a.What do I want the audience to know? b.How many handouts should I make? c.What kind of suit or dress should I wear? d.What are the audience expectations 12.When considering your audience, you should ask a.What are their backgrounds, gender, age, jobs, education and/or interests? b.Do they already know.
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  1.Groups tend to meet our basic interpersonal needs, including inclusion, affection, and control.   2.Groups tend to meet our basic interpersonal needs, including personal transportation, personal artistic expression, and personal preferences.   3.John Dewey’s reflective thinking sequence seven step process includes the suggestion to consider one possible solution to the problem.   4.Groups are dynamic systems,.
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  21.Hearing is done a.actively. b.passively. c.reluctantly. d.metaphorically.   22.Listening is done a.actively. b.passively. c.reluctantly. d.metaphorically.   23.In active listening, you a.choose to not listen. b.choose to listen. c.choose which channel to watch or hear. d.choose which channel to not watch or hear.   24.In empathic listening, you a.Try to understand speaker’s point of view. b.Try to discern the speaker’s background. c.Try to understand your own point of view. d.Try to discern.
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  11.In terms of the characteristics of intercultural communication, rites of initiation, a.serve the purpose of banishment from the community. b.serve the purpose of socialization into the community. c.mean we have become a man or woman. d.mean we have increased rights and responsibilities.   12.In terms of the characteristics of intercultural communication, rites of initiation could include a.getting.
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  6.When critically analyzing mass communication, why is consideration of what has not been said important?   7.When critically analyzing mass communication, why is the credibility of the sources important?   8.When critically analyzing mass communication, why is how the message portrayed important?   9.When critically analyzing mass communication, why is consideration of the logic used and.
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  1.Describe nonverbal communication and its role in the communication process.   2.List and describe three principles of nonverbal communication.   3.List and describe four types of nonverbal communication.   4.List and describe one way to improve nonverbal communication.   5.List and describe three examples of nonverbal artifacts.       .
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  1.Describe the difference between intrapersonal communication and interpersonal communication.   2.List and describe interpersonal needs.   3.Describe the process of self-disclosure.   4.List and describe five key stages in the formation of relationships.   5.List and describe five key stages is the deterioration of relationships.       .
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