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MODULE 7 pre-QUIZ - Question 1(5 points Some organizations...

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Question 1    (5 points) Some organizations attempt to prevent or resolve diversity-based conflicts through:  Student response: Student Response Answer Choices a. Interpersonal relationships. b. Affinity groups. c. Group therapy sessions. d. Help sessions.  Score: 0 / 5   Question 2    (5 points) A conflict-handling style that is strongly cooperative and strongly assertive is referred to as:  Student response: Student Response Score: 5 / 5   Question 3    (5 points) When might a "forcing" style be appropriate?  Student response:
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Student Response Score: 5 / 5   Question 4    (5 points) Collaboration is most practical when:  Student response: Student Response Score: 5 / 5   Question 5    (5 points) Joint benefit outcomes are the basis of:  Student response: Student Response
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Score: 0 / 5   Question 6    (5 points) One win-lose strategy is "time warp." A sign that the other party is using this strategy is:  Student response: Student Response Score: 0 / 5   Question 7    (5 points) When messages and pressures that the focal person receives from one person oppose messages and pressures received  from one or more other persons, the result may be:  Student response: Student Response Score: 5 / 5   Question 8    (5 points) A negotiation situation is one in which:  Student response: Student
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