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Unformatted text preview: Study guide for test three This guide is meant as an outline for your studying. You are responsible for all material from the textbook, workbook, class lectures and class activities. Listening The listening process Functions of listening Active listening responses Listening barriers Gender and listening Brick wall activity Listening recall activity (Mrs. Stevens gets in a cab, etc. etc.) ignore listening types Language Symbolic Rule-governed Idioms/diaiects Linguistic determinism/relativity Sapir Whorf hypothesis Denotation/Connotation Types of troublesome language Equivocal Polarized Facts v. inferences Relative language Euphemisms Abstraction Impression Formation Credibility—Fox hypothesis Status Power—types of powerless language l language Gender differences in communication Ignore pages 66-69 in workbook Nonverbal Know page 74 of workbook Functions of nonverbal comm Codes Kinesics Haptics Proxemics The Face The voice clothing/body adornment environment chronemics ...
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