Chapter 14 Q&A - Chapter 14 1. Which of the...

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Chapter 14 1. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of an interview? a. Involves a specific person or group of people b. Structured c. Has planned objectives d. Conducted in a free response format 2. What is the primary function of interviews? a. To persuade (e.g., Hire me!) b. To entertain (e.g., Make the interviewer laugh!) c. To inform (e.g., Explain characteristics of self to the interviewer) d. To influence (e.g., Get the interviewer to think like me!) 3. Which of the following is NOT a component of PREP? a. Practice interviewing skills. b. Learn from people who have done the interview before. c. Find background information to help the interview. d. Envision problems that could occur in the interview.
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a. This is a wonderful day, isn't it? b. Why haven't you done your homework? c. How would your life change if you had wings instead of arms? d. Will you marry me? 5. Which of the following is an aspect of the environment aspect of PREP? a. Find expert interviewers and watch their techniques. b. Ask the interviewee where he/she feels comfortable for the interview. c. Find some information on where the interviewee was born and raised. d. Practice the interview in as many locations as possible. 6. Which of the following actions is the first action in the interview? a. Orientation
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course ORAL COMM 111 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Northwest Missouri State University.

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