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Chapter 2 Exam - Chapter 2 Exam COURSES > COMM101 > TAKE...

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Chapter 2 Exam COURSES > COMM101 > TAKE ASSESSMENT CHAPTER 2 EXAM Take Assessment Chapter 2 Exam Name: Chapter 2 Exam Instructions: Chapter 2 Multiple Attempts: Not allowed. This Test can only be taken once. Force Completion: This Test can be saved and resumed later. Question 1 Multiple Choice 1 points Culture is referred to as the ethnic makeup of a group of a people. values, beliefs, artifacts, and behaviors of a group of people. the process in which information about religion, relationships, and societal norms is communicated within a group of people. a commitment to beliefs and attitudes of a defined society. Question 2 Multiple Choice 1 points A commitment to the beliefs and philosophy of your culture is called culture. cultural norm. ethnic identity. acculturation. Question 3 Multiple Choice 1 points Which of the following statements about culture and communication is true? An understanding of cultural differences during cross-cultural interactions is becoming less important due to globalization. The United States has an assimilationist attitude toward its immigrants. Cultural sensitivity is most important in business interactions. Cultural sensitivity should be applied to all communication channels. Question 4 Multiple Choice 1 points An advantage of being culturally sensitive is establishing dominance during a cross-cultural interaction. financial gain and increased job opportunities. contributing to globalization. being able to express your points of view openly with others. Question 5 Multiple Choice 1 points A country that maintains an assimilationist attitude toward people from other cultures believes that
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over time, immigrants adopt the societal norms and rules of their new home.
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