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Business 290, Section 1196 Chapter 2 Assignment The following assignment is worth twenty (20 points). You must include the original scenario description in your submission and not only the answer. Make sure you use proper writing form when responding and include the situation before your answer. You are expected to write a minimum of four (4) sentences in response to each scenario or phrase, but responses will probably require more than this to fully answer. You should be using information presented in your book as well as personal experiences. Everything should be in your own words. You are required to provide a full, scholarly reference at the end of your submission document. You will submit your document to the Assignments section in Canvas. You are required to submit a Microsoft Word document only (not the Mac version, only PC version is accepted). Make sure you have attached the file to your submission before hitting Submit. For each of the following examples, articulate what may be implied, outside of what is explicitly stated. 1. You’ve been assigned a team project within your Business Communication course. In an attempt to schedule planning meetings with your team members, two of the four members cancel for the meeting at the last minute. This is the second time you’ve tried to schedule the meeting. The same two team members canceled at the last minute for the first scheduled meeting. Who is the receiver ? I am the receiver of the message. Who is conveying the message ? Two members of a four-member team are conveying the message. Metacommunication example : Since this is the second time that I have tried to reschedule the meeting, I would more than likely think that maybe one if not both of the team members have something against me or my leadership style. It would all depend on how the team members approached me after the cancelations. I would ask myself “why do both have to cancel?” or “do they not respect mine or my other team member’s time?” Kenesic example (visual) :
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