The tendency to see the beliefs values and customs of ones own culture or group

The tendency to see the beliefs values and customs of

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29.The tendency to see the beliefs, values, and customs of one’s own culture or group as “right” or “natural” is called a.ethnicity.b.egocentrism.c.ethnocentrism.d.exclusivity.e.Essentialism 30.Being audience-centered means a speaker must sacrifice what she or he really believes to get a favorable response from the audience. 31.Egocentrism means that audiences typically approach speeches by asking
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“Why is this important for me?” 32.In her speech introduction, Kailyn asked, “Have you ever looked through oldfamily photo albums and laughed at what people were wearing? Have you everbeen amused by the bright colors, huge lapels, and crazy ties worn by characters in old TV shows? Like many of you I’ve noticed the changes in fashion and feared that my effort to look stylish today may eventually be a source of amusement to my future children.” According to your textbook, by seeking to create a bond with her audience through emphasizing their common experiences and fears, Kailyn was engaging in: 33.A hypothetical example describes an imaginary or fictitious situation. a.Trueb.False 34.The main value of using statistics in a speech is to:
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35.Which of the following would you leastlikely find in a speech introduction? 36. Reviewing your conclusion and using it to help build the introduction and body of your speech helps organization and effectiveness for your speech: a. True b. False 37.In addition to reinforcing the central idea, a speech conclusion should also: 38.All of the following are basic objectives of a speech introduction except: a.establish credibility and goodwillb.support your main points.c.reveal the topic of the speech.d.preview the body of the speech.e.get the audience’s attention and interest.
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