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business. This information would activate my senses and provide me with information needed that would benefit me academically and my career goals. 2.Organization: Is the process after selection, during this stage, information is organized and sorted into categories that is most familiar. There are three ways we organize information recognized as proximity, similarity, and difference (Communication in the Real World, n.d.). Using the same scenario as the selection process, during the lecture if two of the business speakers use visual aids or performed a skit over traditional power point presentation, I would choose the two animated speakers. Visual aids and skits are forms of communication that is most comfortable to my choice of learning. 3.Interpretation: Is the final stage in which one gives meaning to what we perceive. This process is called Schemata, which is referred to stored information one access as we process new information and experiences (Communication in the Real World, n.d.). My interpretation of the two business lectures was great based on their creativity and visual contribution to the information provided. The skits and other forms of aid allowed for their personalities to bring forth humor and lasting impression which made them stand out from the other lecturers. Question 2 © 2016 Laureate Education, Inc. Page 1 of 3
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The two videos showed us how our perceptions can be dangerous. Stereotypes can be innocent, such as all birds can fly as all birds have wings, but not all can fly. Other times stereotypes can be very harmful to our relationships with those in our lives. In your own words, explain why stereotypes can be a problem. Provide an original example of a problematic stereotype. Insert your answer below. If you need more space, the box will automatically expand as you hit Enter . Stereotypes can be dangerous because the information we perceive is not based on any factual or proven truth. Stereotypes consists of interpretations that are inaccurate and biased in beliefs or assumptions.
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