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slanted the meaning of the word “feminist.” What did the word “feminist” become in this example?A.loaded languageB.degrading languageC.propelled languageD.unethical languageQuestion 15:What does the statement “All African Americans have good rhythm” exemplify?Question 16:Which of the following is NOT a regulative rule of interpersonal communication?Question 17:Which is the most abstract term in the following examples?Question 18:In contrast to men, when are women more likely to use touch?A.to repel physical aggressionB.to assert power and controlC.to demonstrate liking and intimacyD.to demonstrate status >Question 19:Salina is angry with her boyfriend, so she refuses to sit near him in the car or to lethim get really close to her while they are walking. To communicate her anger, what is Salina relying on?
Question 20:The unique way in which Canadians pronounce the words 'out' and 'about' reflectswhich of the following rules/layers of language?Question 21:Everyone agrees that an aunt is the sister of one’s mother or father, but the personal meaning for each of us associated with the word “aunt,” determined by the aunts we have known and interacted with, is an example of which of the following?