Comm101_FinalReview

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Final Review Ch. 5-9 CMST 101 Dosanjh H. Format: 15 multiple choice questions 2 points each 30 points 16 true/false questions 2 points each 32 points 14 matching questions 1 point each 14 points 6 short essay questions 2-6 points 24 points 1. Hall distance zones (ex. public) 2. Johari window (ex. open) P. 186-187 Part 1 – Open area (you and others are aware) Part 2 – Blind area (you are unaware but others know/observe. Find out about via feedback from others) Part 3 – Hidden area (you know but aren’t willing to reveal. Becomes public knowledge via self-disclosure) Part 4 – Unknown area to you and others (can deduce it’s existence because you constantly learn new things about yourself) 3. Content and relational messages (ex. respect) 169-171 4. Confirming and disconfirming messages (ex. recognition) 202-204 5. Conflict resolution methods (ex. win-lose) 217-220 6.
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Unformatted text preview: Criteria of brainstorming 270 7. Nonverbal communication (ex. proxemics) 132-159 8. Direct aggression 211-212 9. Different types of groups (ex. learning groups) 228-257 10. Steps in problem-solving groups 258-283 11. Nonverbal functions (ex. repeating) 142-145 12. Difference between collectivistic and individualist culture regarding groups 245-248 13. Self-disclosure 166, 183-195 14. Difference between men and women communication styles 15. Functional task roles (ex. information seeker) 237-241 16. Social/maintenance roles (ex. gatekeeper) 59, 237-239 17. Dysfunctional roles (ex. joker) 238-241 18. Small group communication networks (ex. all-channel network) 242-243 19. Group cohesiveness 274 20 Men and women conflict styles 273 Look over class handouts and in-class activities and review discussion board assignments. Subject...
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Harjitdosanght during the Spring '11 term at Pierce College.

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