Exam _1 Review S08

Exam _1 Review S08 - Symbolic Convergence Fantasy themes...

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Symbolic Convergence Fantasy themes are expressed in the form of : a. metaphors. b. jokes. c. stories. d. all of the above.
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For a strict social scientist, humans ______________. a. have the freedom to make choices b. make responsible decisions c. are unaffected by outside stimuli d. are controlled by forces beyond their conscious control
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Symbolic Interactionism For interactionists, what is required in order for the self to develop? a. intimate others b. cognitive complexity c. social interaction d. coherence
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Symbolic Interactionism An inner dialogue used to test alternatives, rehearse action, and anticipate reactions before overtly responding is called: a. minding. b. looking-glass conversation. c. participant observation. d. I/me interaction.
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Social Penetration A main focus of Altman and Taylor’s social penetration theory is: a. self-disclosure, the path to intimacy. b. instrumental, interpersonal, and identity goals. c. strategic action and carefully controlled leakage. d. the desire for coordination and coherence.
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CMM What term is used to describe every action as an action, reaction, and forecast of future action? a. Coordination b. Coherence c. Reflexivity d. Self-fulfilling prophecy
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To be testable, a scientific theory must be: a. able to be proven wrong. b. impossible to prove wrong. c. unique and innovative. d. developed from other previously tested theories.
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Expectancy Violations Theory The result of a personal audit of likely gains and losses from a breach of expectancy is called: a.
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