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Question 1 Which of the following means the same thing as 'Communication is irreversible'? Erasing or replacing spoken words or acts is not possible. No amount of explanation can erase the impression you have created. It's impossible to 'unreceive' a message. Words said are irretrievable. All mean the same as the statement
Question 20 / 1 point The idea that it is often necessary to negotiate a shared meaning in order for satisfying communication to occur relates to which characteristic of the communication model? 1 / 1 point Which of the following elements is not included in the Transactional Communication Model?
Question 41 / 1 point Sarah and Jim are driving to a friend's house. She is about to suggest a different route when she stops herself because she knows Jim hates it when she 'takes over' while he's driving. This is an example of which communication concept?
Question 51 / 1 point
Question 31 / 1 point
when the message gets to the receiver, communication ends.
Question 61 / 1 point "It wasn't what you said, it was how you said it," demonstrates what principle of interpersonal communication?
Question 72.5 / 3 points List and give a non-textbook/lecture note example of three types of noise that can disrupt communication. (3 marks)
The correct answer is not displayed for Written Response type questions.3 / 4 points Question 8 Explain the concept of environment in communication. First, define it according to its role in the transactional model of communication. Next, give a non-textbook/lecture note example of how it has impacted communication exchanges in your experience.

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