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189:101 Review Sheet Exam II Fall 2008 Review Session : November 11; bring specific questions. Exam II : November 13; bring multiple #2 pencils & pens, arrive early to class, place books, bags, etc. under seat, turn sound off on all noise-making devices. Materials : Textbook Chapters 5, 7, 8, 10, 11; Articles by Basso (1996) & Carbaugh (1999). Test Type : 15-25 questions; question types include multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the- blank, definition, short answer, short essay. For studying, focus more on notes from class, however material from course readings will be on the exam. Major Topic Areas : 1. The Communication Iceberg 2. Media References & Media Reference Sequence 3. Verbal Communication
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis 5. Content & Relationship Messages 6. Western Apache “Speaking With Names” 7. Blackfeet “Listening” 8. Nonverbal Communication 9. Connections & Similarities between Verbal & Nonverbal Communication 10. Key Channels of Nonverbal Cues: Paralanguage, Face, Body, Space & Time 11. Self/Identity: Levels of Identity, Avowal & Ascription, the Role of Communication in Identity, the Looking Glass Self, Cultural Models of Personhood 12. Relationships: Types of Relationships, Interpersonal Communication & Relationships, the Role of Communication in Relationships 13. Interpersonal Needs 14. Interaction Stages of Relationships...
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