Interpersonal Communication: Chpt. 4-5
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Characteristics of Language
- syntax rules
- whorf-sapir hypothesis
- a say that language helps to shape our reality *language is necessary in order to express thoughts
- b symbolic, subjective, rule-governed, contextual, creative
- c any time you use words that disclaim what your saying-"you don't have to believe me, but i just saw a ghost"
- d perceptions that one group has of the stereotypes that other groups have of their group
- e rules of where words go in a sentence
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- terms that are substituted for offensive words
- adding unneeded words to make it more intense. exp. i love her sooo much!
- Ways of speaking that take away power from what your saying
- Guidelines that reduce ambiguity by highlighting how relationships affect meaning
- assigns meaning and value to the stimuli that we have selected and organized, usually by comparing and contrasting them
5 True/False Questions
Compound Requests → to make common
tag questions → How we organize stimuli based on patterns (schemata, scripts, prototypes, stereotypes)
Perceptual constancy → the tendency to see what you expect
idioms → an expression whose meaning cannot be deduced from the literal definitions and the arrangements of its parts, but refers instead to a figurative meaning that is know only through common use
ultra-politeness → Asking a question to ask a question. exp. excuse me, can i ask you a question?