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Test Questions - False 6. According to Tubbs Model which of...

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1. _______________________ is the specialization that occurs among people in small group communication. Differentiation 2. Based on Tubbs model of how a group functions, which of the following is an example of “relevant background factor?” A Distinct personality 3. Tubbs claims that his approach to small group communication is unique because it All of the above 4. Differentiation is the term that describes the point at which the forces to change are equal. False 5. Changes in Technology have allowed employees to work in virtual teams. This change has led to increasing dissatisfaction for most employees who leave in search of a more traditional work environment.
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Unformatted text preview: False 6. According to Tubbs Model which of the following is true of unintentional communication? None of the above 7. In his discussion of feedback, Tubbs discusses the Arc of Distortion. What does this phrase mean? It refers to the gap between what we intend to communicate and what is actually received. 8. Based on Tubbs’ discussion of non-verbal communication and visual cues eye contact and ________________ are most important to understand. Facial Expression 9. The gap between what we intend to communicate and what is actually received is called the Arc of Distortion. True...
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2008 for the course MGT 217 taught by Professor Rogers during the Spring '08 term at Ohio State.

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Test Questions - False 6. According to Tubbs Model which of...

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