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  86) Explain the criteria for ethical communication by defining ethics and explaining some sources for ethical views. 87) Explain the basic assumption of the ?communication as transaction? model. 88) Explain what concept of feedback. What are some possible sources for feedback? 89) What three criteria should be used to judge communication competence? 90) List.
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  1) A word, sound, gesture, or visual signal that represents a thought, concept, or object is a(n) ________. A) symbol B) meaning 2) ________ is a person?s interpretation of a symbol.C) triggerD) action A) Behavior B) ActionC) MeaningD) Emotion 3) The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis suggests which of the following? A) Language and thought are exclusive.
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    41) Personnel managers cite oral communication skills as a top factor in helping graduating college students obtain employment. 42) According to the textbook, the key problem with the ?communication as action? model of communication is that it overlooks the various channels of communication. 43) The ?communication as transaction? model fails to take.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Allness B) Culture C) Generic D) Gunny sacking E) Language F) Meaning G) Polarization H) Symbol 69) General terms that stand for all persons or terms within a category. 70) Language that reflect unqualified or untrue generalizations without acknowledging individual variations within a group. 71) Word, sound, gesture, or visual signal that.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Artifacts B) Back channel cues C) Haptics D) Kinesics E) Proxemics F) Territoriality G) Touch ethic 74) The study of how humans use space and objects to communicate occupancy. 75) Clothing and other appearance objects we use in communicating with others. 76) Personal guidelines for appropriate and inappropriate physical contact. 77) The.
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    11) Sarah confides in Elizabeth saying, ?Mr. Smith is inflexible when it comes to certain issues. I like a boss who can stand his ground and be firm in enforcing company policy.? Elizabeth reports what Sarah said to Mr. Smith saying, ?Elizabeth said that you were inflexible.? Mr. Smith is offended.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Abstract meaning B) Bypassing C) Concrete meaning D) Connotative meaning E) Denotative meaning F) Exclusive language G) Gunny sacking H) Heterosexist language I) Homophobic language 61) Related to being able to experience a referent with one of the senses. 62) The same words mean different things to different people. 63) Related to an.
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  1) Merielle is conscious of the fact that she is mentally rehearsing what she will tell her professor after class. This example illustrates which dimension of self-awareness? A) material self-awareness B) subjective self-awareness C) objective self-awareness D) symbolic self-awareness 2) Jenny sees herself as a caring person. She communicates this perception of herself.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Channel B) Context C) Decoding D) Encoding E) Feedback F) Message G. Noise H. Receiver I. Source 63) Response to a message. 64) A process of translating ideas, feelings, and thoughts into a code. 65) Encompasses the physical and psychological environment. 66) Person who decodes a message and attempts to make sense out.
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    51) The more intimate the relationship, the more we understand the nonverbal cues of our partner. 52) According to Burgoon, we will attempt to interpret and respond to a person?s nonverbal behavior based on the relationship we have with them. 53) Averting our eyes in order to avoid communicating with someone is.
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  73) The beliefs, values, and moral principles by which we determine what is right or wrong are called our ________. 74) The written, spoken, and unspoken elements of communication to which we assign meaning are called ________. 75) Thoughts, worries, and feelings that distract us from the communication process are called ________.
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  Match the correct definition with the following terms. A) Gender B) Material self C) Self D) Sex E) Social self F) Spiritual self G) Subjective self awareness H. Symbolic self awareness 77) Considers who you are in relationship to other forces in the universe 78) The sum total of who a person is. 79) Can be characterized by the statement,.
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    51) According to the textbook, using words such as ?fireman? and ?postman? to represent all people in those professions make women seem invisible. 52) Words have both connotative and denotative meanings. 53) Your words and corresponding outlook have the power to affect your physical health. 54) Abstract language is easier to understand than.
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    31) Our personal guidelines and standards for appropriate touch are our ________. A) haptic guidelines B) back channel cues C) territory D) touch ethic 32) Which of the following statements accurately reflects research on touch cited in the textbook? A) Recent research shows that infants don?t need as much touch as was once.
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    51) According to the textbook, an important aspect of a successful group is having a sense of belonging among its members. 52) Bert, Ernie, and Oscar are in a serious discussion about their highway trash pickup contract. This is an example of dyadic communication. 53) The primary difference between groups and teams.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Ascribed identity B) Attitude C) Avowed identity D) Beliefs E) Material self F) Self concept G) Self image H) Social self I) Spiritual self J) Value     61) The way a person consistently describes himself/herself to others. 62) How you describe yourself or identity you act out. 63) Learned predisposition to respond to something or.
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  96) Briefly explain the four levels of self-awareness as described by Abraham Maslow. 97) Name and explain William James? three components of the self. 98) How can reframing help someone improve his or her self-concept? 99) Define self-talk and visualization. How are they different from each other?     .
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    21) Using language that assumes that the world is heterosexual and that same-sex attractions do not apply is called ________. A) sexist B) racist C) heterosexist D) homophobic 22) Jack announces at the fraternity meeting that there will be a dance next weekend, and everyone is invited to bring their girlfriend. This.
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  1) Nonverbal communication may best be defined as ________. A) communication that is spoken B) communication other than written or spoken language C) communication with your body D) communication with your voice 2) As Libby entered the library, her friend saw her and raised her finger perpendicular to her lips to indicate to Libby that.
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  84) Nonverbal cues that communicate emotions are called ________ ________. 85) ________ are nonverbal, nervous behaviors that respond to a need, such as tapping one?s pen and scratching one?s arm. 86) The pitch, rate, and volume of one?s speech are all part of the nonverbal behavior called ________. 87) How long it takes.
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    31) Which of the following could best be described as an example of impersonal communication? A) Asking the teller at the bank to cash a check. B) Discussing skydiving with your English professor after class. C) Reviewing your notes for your history exam. D) Talking to your best friend about your job interview. 32).
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    31) The stage of perception in which we put information into patterns is called ________. A) attention B) reframing C) interpretation D) organization 32) Assuming a person belongs to a particular group because of his or her clothing is an example of which of the following? A) selection B) reframing C) closure D).
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    41) When Melinda describes herself as being a student, she is discussing her ascribed identity. 42) Your self concept is your view of yourself in a particular situation. 43) Conscious competence is when we are aware that we know or can do something, but it has not yet become an integrated habit. 44).
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  88) Briefly explain how a sensitive communicator might avoid offending others by avoiding bias with his or her language. 89) What is exclusive language, and why is it considered a problem? 90) Give an explanation and an example of polarization. 91) Explain the differences between concrete and abstract language.     .
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    21) Timothy was not doing well in his algebra class. In considering how well he could do in class, he began to ask other students about their algebra grades. This is an example of ________. A) social comparison B) self-expectation C) self-consciousness D) self-fulfilling prophecy 22) Christa experienced extreme anxiety about the thought.
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  92) Briefly explain the importance of studying language. 93) ?Meanings don?t reside in the words themselves, but in the ways in which communicators use the words.? Explain what this statement means and give an example to illustrate it. 94) Explain what empathy is and give an example of how it can be.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Adaptors B) Affect displays C) Arousal D) Dominance E. Emblems F. Illustrators G. Immediacy H. Regulators I. Territory 66) Nonverbal behaviors that communicate emotions, primarily through the face. 67) Nonverbal behaviors that help satisfy a personal need or respond to the immediate situation. 68) Nonverbal behaviors that communicate liking through eye contact,.
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  100) Explain the concept of mediated social comparison. 101) What is self-fulfilling prophecy, and how is it related to self-esteem? 102) Explain the role that communicating with others plays in developing a person?s self-esteem. 103) Explain the difference between the terms sex and gender as described in the textbook. 104) Describe the differences between.
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  91) Briefly list and explain the three communication contexts discussed in the text. 92) Compare and contrast the definitions of communication and human communication. Give an example of each. 93) Compare and contrast the differences between impersonal and interpersonal communication.     .
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  107) John Stewart describes four characteristics of the self or one?s identity. Identify and discuss these four characteristics 108) Felicia is going to start a new job tomorrow as an assistant to the dean. On her last job she had a boss who found fault with everything that she did, co-workers.
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    11) Madeline contemplates how the universe was created and her place in it. Madeline is exploring which component of self? A) material self B) social self C) spiritual self D) emotional self 12) Aisha noticed at work that Vincent and Michelle kept asking her advice on office procedures. Soon, she began to.
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  94) Compare and contrast the three models of communication presented in the textbook: communication as action, communication as interaction, communication as transaction. Explain the basic components of each model and identify how each model is different and/or more realistic than the other models.   95) List and discuss the components included in.
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    41) According to research by Albert Mehrabian, most of our emotional information is communicated with our gestures. 42) A person may not intend for their nonverbal behavior to have any meaning at all. 43) Nonverbal cues register on our senses from a variety of sources at the same time 44) Verbal communication is.
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  82) Discuss three of the four elements of the definition of small group communication given in the textbook. 83) Explain and give an example of what is meant by the term ?context?. 84) Explain the concept that meaning is co-created. 85) What is the definition of human communication as discussed in the textbook?     .
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  97) Select three of the following characteristics of language. In a well-supported answer, address (1) what it means, and (2) why it is important for an effective communicator to understand that concept. A superior answer will contain illustrations that are original and not in the textbook. Characteristics: (discuss 3) (1) Words.
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    41) The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis maintains that our thoughts are rooted in and controlled by language. 42) A gesture can be interpreted as a symbol. 43) Meanings reside in words. 44) Bypassing rarely occurs between two people who are fluent in English. 45) The denotative meaning of the word ?home? can be found in the.
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  87) Your ________ identity is one you personally assign to yourself and act out. 88) The activity involved in perception when we choose specific stimuli in our environment to focus on is ________. 89) The stage of perception in which we convert information into patterns that are more convenient and understandable is.
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  Match these terms to the definitions given below. A) Reframing B) Self concept C) Self-esteem D) Self expectations E) Self-fulfilling prophecy F) Self reflectiveness G) Self-talk H) Social comparison 70) Your subjective description of who you are, how you see yourself as a person. 71) The human ability to think about what you are doing while you are doing it. 72).
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  98) In a well-developed essay, explain the four ways discussed in the textbook that words have power. 99) Andrea was trying to tell her roommate Chris about the difficulty she has been having in her geography class. Chris interrupted, ?Believe me, I?ve seen it before, and if you go on whining.
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