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  1.Prior to the Columbia accident, NASA had little or no experience with crises. 2.Nothing good ever comes from crises. 3.During risk assessment, organizations evaluate the quality of their crisis response to determine what lessons, if any, can be learned. 4.It is a good idea to include a lawyer on an organization's crisis management.
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1. Which of the following is the oldest Aegean Civilization? a.Minoan b.Mycenaean c.Cycladic d.Greek   2. Where are Cycladic figurines usually found? a.in and around graves b.in megarons c.in temples d.in homes   3. Which of the following best describes Cycladic sculpture? a.it has been reduced to geometric essentials b.it is rounded and fleshy c.they are in the shape of houses, boats, birds, and animals d.their.
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  1.There is one distinct U.S. culture. 2.Certain attitudes are characteristics of every member of a culture. 3.A culture can consist of many publics. 4.Because of constantly shifting societies, it is impossible to do research on a different culture. 5.It is possible to get information about other nations from the Central Intelligence Agency. 1.Describe a process.
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    27.Describe at least three of the possible meanings that prehistoric painting may have had, and explain the rationale as to why each has been considered.   28.Describe the Lion-Human and discuss its possible meaning(s).   29.How might the name of an object, such as the Woman from Willendorf, alter the way we understand it?   30.Describe.
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  11.What characteristic do your book's authors add to the eight cultural characteristics identified by Marlene Rossman? A)attitudes about women B)attitudes about business communication C)attitudes about college students D)attitudes about sex E)attitudes about the United States of America 12.The first step in the cross-cultural communications process is ________. A)commitment B)awareness C)diversity D)advocacy E)testing 13.The third step in the cross-cultural communications process is ________. A)commitment B)sensitivity C)research D)advocacy E)testing 14.According.
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    11. Which description fits the cave at Lascaux, France best? a.not a cave, but an overhanging shelter b.has a rare depiction of a human c.has the most pronounced sculptural effects d.named for its discoverer   12. At Le Tuc d’Audobert there are: a.Bison sculpted in the round b.Relief sculptures of bison c.Relief sculptures of women d.Women sculpted in the round   13..
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  1. The term “Mesopotamia” means land: a.outside the rivers b.between the rivers c.North of the rivers d.South of the rivers   2. Which two great rivers run through Mesopotamia? a.the Euphrates and the Nile b.the Indus and the Nile c.the Nile and the Tigris d.the Tigris and the Euphrates   3. Simple pictures, called pictographs, evolved into representations of syllable sounds known.
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  1. The Indus Valley Civilization is also called: a.Aryan b.Akkadian c.Mauryan d.Harappan   2. The Torso from Harappa is described as: a.abstract b.idealized c.naturalistic d.stylized   3. What are the religiously sanctioned hereditary social classes in India called? a. samsara b.mudras c.castes d.vedas   4. Which of the following is the cycle of birth, life, death, and rebirth? a.samsara b.castes c.nirvana d.vedas   5. Which of the following is the goal of religious.
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  11.Which of the following is not one of the four P's of marketing? A)price B)product C)promotion D)place E)publicity 12.A panel of marketing and public relations experts concluded that ________. A)public relations is part of marketing B)marketing is part of public relations C)marketing should receive a greater budget than public relations D)marketing and public relations are separate and equal but related E)it's.
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  1.What is the difference between political speech and commercial speech? 2.Is public relations considered commercial speech or political speech? 3.In terms of public access to organization records, how do government practitioners differ from those working in the private sector? 4.What is disclosure law? 5.What is fair use?     .
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    31. Which of the following is an East Asian reliquary tower built with successively smaller, repeated stories? a.mausoleum b.mastaba c.pagoda d.torana   32. Which are the stamped characters called that have been added to many Chinese letters and paintings? a.pictographs b.chakra c.seals d.calligraphy   33. From where does the world’s oldest surviving fired pottery come? a.Japan b.Korea c.China d.India   34. What is the literal meaning of Kofun? a.cord.
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  1.What is integrated marketing communications? 2.What is marketing public relations? 3.What do marketers mean when they speak of a contact point? 4.Why are team players essential to a successful IMC campaign? 5.What role do computer databases play in consumer-focused marketing?     .
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  1.If the world were a village of 100 people, ________. A)50 would own a computer B)nine would speak English C)11 would be over the age of 79 D)2 would live in substandard housing E)3 would have no electricity 2.Of 31 nations studied, ________ ranked first in terms of a rapid, time oriented pace of life. A)Japan B)the United.
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    21. Which of the following is a building used as a tomb? a.stupa b.module c.mausoleum d.cenotaph   22. Who first unified China? a.Emperor Wu b.Lao Tzu c.Confucius d.Shihuangdi   23. Qin Shihuangdi’s ceramic soldiers were mass-produced by using: a.standardized molds b.body casts c.cylinders for legs, arms, torso. d.stamps   24. Which of the following is a philosophy that emphasizes harmony between humans and nature? a.Confucianism b.Shintoism c.Daoism d.Hinduism   25. Which of the following.
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  2.By the year 2050, only half of U.S. residents will have white European ancestry. 3.The population of the United States is expected to decline during the next 50 years. 4.There are fears that rapid growth of the world's population could lead to more wars and acts of terrorism. 5.Future public relations practitioners should.
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    21. An elaborate tomb chamber with a corridor leading into it is a: a.henge b.cairn c.corbel vault d.passage grave   22. A circle formed by stones or wooden posts is called a: a.henge b.dolmen c.cairn d.corbel   23. Stonehenge functioned primarily as a place for the: a.sick b.hungry c.living d.dead   24. The Neolithic period ended with the introduction of: a.weaving b.metalworking c.cabinetry d.glassmaking       25.Describe the characteristics of megalithic architecture.   26.How is Stonehenge different.
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  1.What social forces are shaping the future of public relations? 2.What is meant by the term interconnectedness? 3.What are the key trends for the future of public relations? 4.What does “the changing face of the United States” mean? 5.What is the meaning of the phrase velvet ghetto?     .
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    11. The world’s oldest epic tale, told in poetry, is called the Epic of: a.Naram-Sin b.Gilgamesh c.Gudea d.Hammurabi   12. A small stone, decorated with incised patterns, that makes an identifying “signature” when rolled across soft clay or wax is called a: a.cylinder seal b.capital c.stele d.cairn   13. An upright stone slab decorated with writing or images, used as a marker.
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  1.According to your textbook, the most successful efforts at spreading democracy around the world have been those ________.  A) based in good intentions B)that strengthened the political process C)mindful of local traditions and values D)backed with substantial financial commitment E)based on embracing the values that made the United States a great nation 2.Which nation is.
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    34.How did the Egyptians’ beliefs about the afterlife influence their art and architecture?   35.Describe the development of the pyramid as an architectural form.   36.Compare the sculptures of the Seated Scribe and Khafre.   37.Explain the purpose and symbolism in a hippopotamus hunt.     .
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  1.A major reason for the government's inadequate response to Hurricane Katrina was ________. A)it was unexpected B)a breakdown in relationships among key stakeholders C)a failure to conduct realistic training exercises D)A and B E)B and C 2.Hurricane Katrina was ________. A)an emergency management failure B)a public relations failure C)a disaster that many had seen coming for years D)A and C E)All.
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    23.How can you identify God Shamash in the Stele of Hammurabi?   24.Describe the process through which the colorful glazed bricks of the Ishtar Gate were made?       25.Discuss the iconography on the Carved Vessel from Uruk.   26.Describe the function and appearance of Sumerian votive figures.   27.Describe the purposes for which cylinder seals were used.   28.Explain how.
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  11.The growth in world population could mean ________. A)increased competition for dwindling resources B)increased terrorism C)increasing environmental problems D)A and C E)All of the above. 12.The effort by companies to be seen as being more environmentally friendly has been called ________ public relations. A)environmental B)global C)earth-friendly D)green E)eco-PR 13.In 2008, _____ of U.S. women were in the U.S. workforce. A)30 percent B)40 percent C)50 percent D)60.
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    21. How were Geometric funerary vases used? a.to pour libations b.as grave markers c.to carry wine to the funeral d.to keep the ashes of the deceased   22.The Man and Centaur sculpture is an example of Archaic ceramics Early Classical bronze casting Geometric style “High” Classical ideals 23.When was the Archaic period in Greece? a.900 to 700 BCE b.600 to 480 BCE c.3000 to.
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1. Which of the following best describes the meaning of “Upper” Paleolithic? a.the earliest part b.the latest part c.from Northern Europe d.the highest in elevation   2. The Old Stone age is known as the ________ period: a.Paleolithic b.Mesolithic c.Neolithic d.Calcolithic   3. Which of the following best corresponds to the Upper Paleolithic era? a.200,000 to 42,000 BCE b.42,000 to 8,000 BCE c.8,000 to 3,000.
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      11.What important method of learning to be an artist is suggested by Rembrandt’s drawing of The Last Supper?   12.Why is the Sphinx considered a work of art?   13.What are two possible functions of art?   14.Explain the different types of patronage.     15.Who is an artist?   16.What is art history?     .
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    11. Which of the following is a thin layer or facing of a building or other object? a. veneer b.module c.stylus d.course   12. Which of the following is, in Egyptian belief, the life force or spirit of a human being? a. Uraeus b.Ankh c.Ka d.Wedjat   13. The oldest and largest of the Giza pyramids is that of a.Djoser b.Khafre c.Khufu d.Menkaure   14. Which.
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  11.According to former automobile industry executive Gerald Meyers, which of the following statements about crises are true? A)Crises can bring opportunity. B)No good can come from a crisis. C)Crises can create heroes. D)A and C E)None of the above. 12.Which of the following statements is/are true? A)NASA learned to communicate better during crises after the Challenger accident. B)In.
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  1.At the start of the 21st century, the use of mass marketing is ________. A)increasing at a rapid pace B)declining C)holding steady D)considered the new wave of the future E)None of the above. 2.Consumer-focused marketing includes ________. A)database marketing B)relationship marketing C)customer relationship management  D) integrated brand communication E) All of the above. 3.The use of controlled media to influence the.
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  11.Form 10-K is used ________.  A) to get a practitioner's license B)for financial disclosure C)to get FOIA information D)to get a driver's license E)to run in a road race 12.Publishing false information that wrongfully injures the reputation of others is ________.  A) politics B)slander C)libel D)appropriation E)bad-mouthing 13.Section 315 of the Federal Communications Act of 1934 is better known as.
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    44.What was the method used to apply glazes on Tang Dynasty ceramics?   45.Briefly describe the narrative from the Hungry Tigress Jataka panel of the Tamamushi Shrine.       46.Explain the symbolism of the Eternal Shiva from the Cave-Temple at Elephanta.   47.How is the colossal Seated Buddha from Sanxi, China different from its earlier Indian counterparts?   48.Describe.
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  3.How will future population trends affect public relations? 405 4.What is the meaning of the phrase velvet ghetto, and what are some of the approaches people advocate for addressing the issue? 5.What does the Commission on Public Relations Education recommend you do to prepare for a career in public relations?     .
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  1.Intrusion is one of the four torts of privacy law. 2.Political speech is more restricted than commercial speech. 3.Providing inside stock market information that isn't available to everyone is permitted so long as you do not personally profit from the information. 4.Bloggers are not required to disclose compensation received for making favorable comments.
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  1.The importance of mobile marketing in IMC is decreasing. 2.Marketing is the use of controlled media in an attempt to influence the actions of targeted publics. 3.At the heart of a successful IMC campaign is one clear message directed to individuals. 4.Public relations is part of a broader discipline known as integrated.
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  1. Which of the following terms would best describe the painting Flower Piece with Curtain by van der Spelt & van Mieris? a.abstraction b.naturalism/realism c.nonrepresentational d.figurative   2. A painting that portrays inanimate objects is called a: a.canon b.lithograph c.still life d.trompe l’oeil   3. The painting Red Canna would be best described by which of the following terms?  a. abstraction b.naturalism/realism c.nonrepresentational d.figurative   4. David.
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    11. A stupa has a mast that connects the cosmic waters below the earth with the celestial realm above known as the: a.Axis mundi b.Torana c.Yakshi d.Pagoda   12. Which of the following are stone gateways around a stupa? a.pylons b.toranas c.mudras d.chakras   13. In Buddhism, female spirits associated with beauty and fertility are known as: a. Mudras b.Yakshis c.Bodhisattvas d.Toranas   14. Which of the.
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    11. The Greek war against Troy as told by Homer in the Iliad most likely involved the: a. Cycladic people b.Minoans c.Mycenaeans d.Persians   12. Mycenaean large-stone masonry was also known as: a.Helladic b.Cyclopean c.Aegean d.Archaic   13. In masonry construction, what are the rows or layers of stone, brick, or block called? a. courses b.granulation c.cornices d.pediments   14.Which type of ceiling was used by.
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      38.What influenced the style of Mathuran images of Buddha?   39.Explain the significance of the lotus flower and the lotus throne.   40.What makes the Cave-Temple of Shiva seem a mysterious and confusing complex?   41.What was the purpose of bronze vessels in Shang Dynasty China?   42.How were Qin Shihuangdi’s ceramic soldiers individualized?     43.What reasons did Emperor Wu.
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    21. Where was the bust of Nefertiti discovered? a.on the prow of a ship b.in her tomb c.in a sculptor’s studio d.in the palace of neighboring Nubia   22. In the Egyptian religion, who was the god of the dead and the underworld? a. Osiris b.Ammit c.Anubis d.Horus 23. In the Egyptian religion, who oversaw funerals and cemeteries, and was.
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      28.Identify and explain why the earliest great civilizations, such as in Egypt and Mesopotamia, grew up around a certain important geographic feature.   29.How does the Palette of Narmer lead us to conclude that Narmer is the King?   30.Where are the Egyptian cities of the dead placed in relationship to the Nile, and.
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  1.What is the difference between a culture and a public? 2.What do encoding and decoding mean? 3.Do different business organizations have cultures that can clash? 4.What is stereotyping, and what is its impact on cross-cultural communication? 5.What are eight attitudinal elements that can help distinguish one culture from another?    .
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  1.A survey of public relations practitioners indicated that ________ were not familiar with SEC regulations.  A) almost none B)one in three C)about half D)three out of four E)almost all 2.Expression associated with the normal conduct of a democracy is known as ________ speech.  A) free B)absolute C)democratic D)republican E)political 3.Expression intended to generate marketplace transactions is known as ________ speech. .
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