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Unformatted text preview: -s«,:g '. in; ‘3 l. '1, l : l. Birmims [in "'3 l n; if ‘ _____......—— . n x , i 5: «My 1’ if. {.w. I o vaiée your m, smcleni id Immber, course number ami number as inéicated on the scanimn. o In the tap right haasi margin ofyoar scazm'on, please indicate the version :1qu is mm in the upper fight comer afthe exam. , i 71% o Directly below the men mhsg please indicate The you: Test #. 5 a Select the (ENE 3E3? choice for 52931 1123311 and fizmly 6213mm commending space. on the answer sheet a Eease rem this exam i9 ysm' instructoi- along will: year answer sheet “731% yaa are 1. AE common takes place in a camera: that has a: leasifour dimensions. Which affine following dimensions includes the status relationships among the parficigaants, file soles and games that! 6 play, and the formality oz informality ofthc alumina? (12) MW {1). i e social-psychological coniext 4. Feedfetwarfi has few major fimcfiona Which fimcfian offeedforwaré asks the receiver to approach your message in a particular role or even as someone else? (15-16) _ a ‘9. Mg altercasfing 6M 5. finisc is anythingfiaai intefi‘eres with your receiving a message. What type of noise is createcl when the speaker and listener have difl’erem meaning systems? (1617) £/\\ - . a {sham semanttc 110186 6. Ifoommmficafionresults machange ofaIfi'mdemahms, orbeliefs, ithas Imdwhichtype ofefl’ect? (17) a. m asseccive c. War CE. W 7.“; In this View Of ethics, a person claims the: the ethics ofcommmzicafion depends on the cuitme’s values and beliefs as well as' jfirficula: circumstanses. {18) ' ' if} a subjective View ' b. _ ‘ -- ‘ d. 3‘ The content dimension of a message refers to the relafive status of the communicators. (22) 5. true (if: false V 3. In complementary relationships, two engage ingehavior that Errors each other’s. (27) ,. L true ab. ,. falss , \J Eager 2 .0. Culture is Magnified fiom one generation to another throygig William (34} - true ' 23%.}: false law . 0W w’c M Q assinfilaflonist Match the cultural dimensions listed below with the appropriate dcscrifiion. (39-44) a. individuafist culture b. Ifighrcontext whine 0. high powerdistance onions (1. feminine culture 6, lfigh-ambiguity tolerant culture h 13. This culmrevaMesmodesty, concemfonelalionships, andqnalilyoflife. 9* 14.Inthiscukmemnchofthehrformafionmcommnnicafimisnotexpfickorimpfied g limafiscumnepeoplenfinhnizemennponmwofmgovenfingcommnnicafionand relationships . 16. This cursors values such as power, achievement, and stimulation are promoted. (T 17. In this culture, direct oonfionmfion with and assertiveness toward superiors may be viewed negatively. 18. There are various types of intercultural communication Which type of interculhnal commmicafion counts between African Americans and Asian Americans? (45) a. W b. _. Iii-W ‘ ‘ ' ' n interracial commnucah' 'on d. W ' ‘ 19- is the tendency to see others and their behaviors through your own cultural filters. (48) am b. Ethnooemrism c. EM d Impasiflism m; 20. The image of yourseE that others reveal to you through the way they communicate with you is your (56) a. Mt c. sol-isms c. self-imam . looking-glass self t 5, 21. Aooordm‘ gto me Johan‘ window, thisselfrepresents mfonnatxo‘ ‘ n about ourselves on: others know but we do not. (57-58) 3": 1‘ 7 ’ (Q blindself b. open-self. c. M d. W g. a, g 22. According to the eflect, we are more likely to disclose when the person we are ‘ , ’ with discloses. (64) a_ b. M c. mini-II I, dyadic 23. This stege of..me 7 rules, schemata, and (68-71) ' a. stimulation {vb organization c. meal? (I. m Thetendencytoseekmrtinibrmafionflratwiflconfirmyourefisfingbefiefsiscafled(63) i . . n g I i . . c. W selective exposure. 25. Mental templates orstmctmes thathelpyou orgaizerhe minions ofitems ofinformafion you come into comactwiflreveryday are called (69) schemata. b. on!!! c. «spa. ' d. W 26. Ifyou make the assumption i, ple who dress alikebelong together, which rule of organization are you applying? (69) 2L M a c. contrast (1. «rewr— Which’ofthe following desctfoes a wstem ofmles that tells you whichpetsonal characteristics go with which other characteristics? 2) a. 11 W . implicit personality theon d. 8 Thispercepmal processacornswhenyoumakeapredicfionthatoomestuebecanseyouactonitasrfnwereime (73) 2 t self-mehens b halo-afloat? c W {L m 29 The process ofmakinganevaluatzonahmrt someonebasedonafirstnnpressronrscafled ('74) a W b Wt \ i oh of the following attribution errors occurs when we overvalue the conflibution of inlemal factors and undervalue the effect of " .11 factors? (75) 7 , Was fimdamemal attribution error .I . i l . . Chgpjer 4 '31. istheslagcof,' atwhichweleamwhatthespeakermeans. (83-87) a. Mediating i 1). Understanding c. Honing (1. Mg 32. is the stage of listening that consists of judging the messages in some way. (ssefm a. Rmbaiag b. M c. mg L_d,/ Evaluating 33. Backchanneling cues, such as “yes” and “uh-huh”. occur dining which stage of listening? (87) r a. m b. [Ii-Wing c. Wg )Responding 34. rules arecuilxmlnflesihatgoxemwhichnonvexbal behaviorsareappopriaiemdwhichare inappropriate inapublic _ ' 8- (89) a. Display 1). W c. W :1. W 35. According to Tannen’s research on listening and gender, which of the following statements is TRUE? (90—9 1) a. ‘ _ » r ...::-.V,3,!I‘I ' -~ on iii"- : u-v ; I omen are more likely thanmen to usebackc (5 Match the styles of effective listening fished below with their appropriate descfiption. (92-96} a. empafiiic listening h. cuificalfistening c. depth listening (1 active listening '11 A a}: V I“- ;-_~ 36. This type offistening involves attendingto more than the obvious meaningofzi message. _ y? 37.'Iliistypeof1isteninginvolvm analyzingandevaluafingthe meaningofamessage. ' ' 38. This type of listening involves sending back in the speaker whatthe listener thinks sfhe meant. 39. This type of listening involves Imdersmnding Win: aperson feels. 40. What kind of language : involves makingthe negative and unpleasant appear posifive and appealing? (94) a. m euphennsms c. M d. e—gargon gm ter 5 41. The miscomnnmicaiion pattems that occm whentwo people use dflferent words but give them the same meaning or use the same words and give them difierent m 2' is called (102) a m' i bypassmg‘ c. W‘ d. m' 42. Denotafion refers to the emofional meaning of award oryg . (102) true i b. liaise The statement “It would be grealif these looms could go out today” is an example of (103) indirect speech ‘0. W11 ' i c 1 d l < a v ‘ a. C. 44. Which ofthe statements below describes madvantage of indirect messages? (103) They allow you to observe rules of polite interaction I! Nflffllu .- " Accordingto Wolfson’s Bulge Model of Politeness, W est polite with (104-105) \ \ 4i: » Mrs. C be ) friends. i“ 47. is a oomzmmicafion pattmn in which 37 ignore both a person’s presenee andhis other communication. (107-108) 21. Gem bx-Rejaefim =‘\ c.‘ Disoonfinnafion 48. orientation is the tendency to View peo 1e, objects, and events in the way they are talked about and labeled. (116) a. w b m \e. Intensional (L W 49. The theon of E-vprime argues that if you wrote and without the verb to he, you’d describe events less accuraiely. a. true 1 b. false 50. referstofliefailure to ' people, objects> or events. (119) a. m tor-Pm 3/ c.’ Indism’minafion (i “Bog agate: 6 51. Nonverbal oommmicafionfliatis usedm emphasize some partofaverbal message is calleci (124) accenfing. new 0. W (1. enhance the verbal message they accompany. (127) {)iuuscrams hm d. W 53. This facial management technique would help you cover up sadn 0 keep from depressing othere~A(—129}m-\ am am maxim; A) .xxiv..._m0u= 54. Which of the following statements about the facial feedback hypothesis is TRUE? (130) A, 3 55. Awarding to research on eye contact and eye avoidance, fire average person maintains a high levei of eye contact while listening and I 1 er level of eye contact while speaking, but reverses that pattem when they want to signal dominance. (130) smegmth . ' ‘ ’ < 2L true b. false *5! . Accordingtoflal], inthe Um States, pawldistanoe Ianges from (132) fa.‘ .5 to4feet new W ‘ W 57. The desk assignedto you in mm which typeof t 'I 3334) else-pols??? .' ' c. secondary v > 58. Armrests separatingyour seaiftom fliose ofotheis on either side at a movie theatre represent type of territory markers? (134) am b. M W fhbmmdxy makers 59. Gesmresthattakefiieplaoeof ,suehasthe“OK”and“fimmbsup”signsarecalIed(l27) am i b. lems 0%. m. ‘ . Which of the following staiemems describes a monochmnic-fime person? (146) {aw Considers hislher job the most importaum oflife. b. ' C Please return this exam and your answer sheet to your instructor when you are finished. ...
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