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  1. The belief that the ways of one's own culture are superior to those of other cultures is called...
    A. ethnicity
    B. ethnography
    C. ethnocentrism
    D. egocentrism
  2. A speech topic is considered unethical if the topic...
    A. Shows an audience how to perform illegal actions
    B provides audience member with information that may physically or psychologically harm them
    C. is humiliating or degrading to the audience
    D. shows an audience how to perform illegal action, provides audience members with information that may physically or psychologically harm them, or is humiliating or degrading to the audience.
  3. A concluding challenge by a speaker that asks an audience to act in response or change their beliefs or actions to the speech is termed a...
    A. persuasive attempt
    B. call to action
    C. reiteration
    D. signpost
  4. If a source used in a speech requires credit in written for, it also...
    A. Requires consent from the author
    B. Should be mentioned before the speaker's findings
    C. Needs to be quoted directly
    D. Should be acknowledged orally as another person's work
  5. When citing testimony in a speech, the speaker should always...
  1. a D. Should be acknowledged orally as another person's work
  2. b D. shows an audience how to perform illegal action, provides audience members with information that may physically or psychologically harm them, or is humiliating or degrading to the audience.
  3. c C. ethnocentrism
  4. d B. call to action
  5. e supply the name and qualification of the source

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. B. High-uncertainty avoidance cultures
  2. B. two to five
  3. D. Have a sound grasp of the subject, display sound resigning skills, and are honest and straightforward
  4. B. refining topic purpose
  5. D. all the above

5 True/False questions

  1. The literal, dictionary definition of a word is its...Denotative meaning

          

  2. Which of the following represents a difference between spoken and written language?Spoken language is more interact with the audience

          

  3. Listeners are likely to accept your claims if they believe the are derived from...Denotative meaning

          

  4. According to Richard Lewis, which cultures are people-oriented, extroverted, and tend to do many things at once?
    A. Reactive cultures
    B. Multi-active cultures
    C. Linear-active cultures
    D. Reactive cultures, Multi-actve cultures, and linear-active cultures are not people-oriented, extroverted, and tend to do many things at once.
    B. Multi-active cultures

          

  5. When setting goals for a speech, the speaker should ask...
    A. What do I want the audience to learn or believe?
    B. What do I personally want to achieve by delivering this speech?
    C. both what do I want the audience to learn or believe and what do I personally want to achieve by delivering this speech?
    D. neither what do I want the audience to learn or believe nor what do I personally want to achieve by delivering this speech?
    C. both what do I want the audience to learn or believe and what do I personally want to achieve by delivering this speech?

          

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