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Auditory, visual, and tactile are all examples of
Which model of communication best recognizes the multi directional, complex nature of communication?
Which of the following is not an element found in the linear communication model?
Text messaging and em-mail exemplify which type of communication model?
If you want to be perceived as trustworthy, caring, and credible with your girlfriend's parents, which interpersonal goal are you trying to achieve?
The text's example of the teacher calling roll and asking, "Now, where is..." and a student replying "Ernesto" because he knew who just the teacher was looking for illustrates what component of communication?
communication is collaborative
Communication competence is composed of...
ethics, effectiveness, appropriateness
a communication major can pursue careers in
marketing, sales, and political
If a professor says "Do you all understand me" what component of communication is your professor seeking?
Brain likes encounters in which he can act like himself by expressing his beliefs. He is
a low self-monitor
A couple gets into a argument and says something rude and later asks to forget the comment. People do not realize that
communication is irreversible
A leader that focuses on accomplishing the task while simultaneously disregarding how and where information is obtained is ignoring what component of competent communication?
communication is irreversible means
If you and your roommate are discussing who will get the master bedroom in your apartment, what type of communication are you using?
interpersonal communication involves which of the following characteristics
it impacts participants' thoughts, emotions, behavior, and relationships
Mediate communication can fulfill all of the following needs and goals
instrumental, relationship, and self-presentation goals
this is not a advantage of using mediated communication
you don't have access to subtle nonverbal cues
powerful, public, permanent,
posting mediated messages that are perceived by another person as threatening or disturbing is called
With social media you are more likely to
use more harsh, rude, profane language
inappropriately aggressive and hostile messages that are typically not communicated in face-to-face situations are called
Increase your mediated communication competence, you should
use clear emotions
mass media has which all of the following characteristics
one-way, unknown audience, CNN or New York Times, less personal
Social information processing theory suggest
you take greater care in choosing your words on social media
why are you less likely to feel empathy using mediated communication?
less feedback means less empathy
If a friend says "I think it is wrong..." he is expressing a
a girl thinks that she didn't do well on a speech because she left information out she demonstrates
Which of the following statements reflect the notion that your self-concept is influenced by the labels that others have of you?
My brother always said I was not as smart as him
Perception-checking involves all of the following
reviewing your knowledge about a person, questioning your impression, checking your impression with a person.
when a person is caught in deception they must address
a strategy that is used to maintain or save face?
consistent with others perceptions of you
You receive a letter from the IRS that your girlfriend did not pay, you assume it was a
To experience the same thing as another person has experienced
a method of impression formation is most likely to lead to prejudice?
which of the following may help increase you-self esteem
having consistency between your ought and ideal self
critical self-reflection is a comprehensive process involving all these steps
how you feel, why I think I feel this way, and how am I communicating
Culture can include
age, gender, and religion
your learned evaluative appraisals about you and others (+or-) are called
A mental construct that expresses enduring principals of what is good or bad and right or wrong is called
thoughts and convictions that an individual holds to be true are called
A Hispanic teenager who refuses to speak Spanish outside the home, uses Spanglish inside, and only English everywhere else is exhibiting which communication
If a member of the LGBTQ community wears pink clothing and displays triangles and images of a rainbow, they are exemplifying what communication?
Which statement do we make that isn't true about Ingroups verses Outgroups
we are more likely to perceive outgroupers as more trustworthy
Text messaging and e-mail exemplify which type of communication model?
What is a characteristic of a co-culture?
They have less power than the dominate cultures
If maria were taking to Joe, who is from a low-context culture, she would be advised to
expect the most of the message is the words not the context
a stitch in time saves nine, time is money, illustrate which cultural influence on communication
Monochronic time orientation
World-mindedness is not
believing that your own culture is superior to others
The belief that one's own culture, including its values, beliefs, and practices, is superior to to other cultures is called
What strategy can be used to increase intercultural competence
be flexible and open to new ideas
One of the strongest determinants of Ingroup and Outgroup perceptions is
Culture is influenced by all of the following
race, age, sexual orientation
Culture can be
learned, communicated, layers, and lived
Intercultural communication competence is comprised of all of the following
effectiveness, ethics, appropriateness
With regard of direct use of language-
In Asian Cultures, directness oftentimes, clashes with the maintenance of social harmony
Connotative meaning when compared to denotative meaning is
used more close, personal relationships
If you and your friend observe a woman order a drink and he says to you, "what a dog" and you understand him to mean she is not very attractive, what type of meaning are you applying?
If someone from the north said they were going to the shore, while someone from the south said we are going to the beach, what characteristic of language is being illustrated we make?
If you and a friend discuss the nuances of an abstract word such as "white" and she searches only on dictionary.com to find different definitions, what type of meaning is she illustrating?
Symbols tend to derive their meaning from people and their experience. This illustrates what type of meaning?
Misunderstanding occurs frequently online due to the lacy of
According to the cooperative principal, being relevant often means speakers need to
use information applicable to the situation
Intentional misrepresentation is called
Your manager is not happy with the symbol "Chairman" and changes it ti chair. The manager is demonstrating what language can
What cooperative verbal communication strategy could Mark use instead of screaming "you are such an idiot" when he sees his friend do something he doesn't like, like smoking
Which is considered to be the single most important characteristic of cooperative verbal communication
To manage verbal online aggression you experience, which would you not want to use
In comparing the impact of gender and culture on verbal communication we can conclude
both gender and culture strongly impact verbal communication
Men's language style has been stereotypical associated with
directness, clarity, and conciseness
Women's language style has been stereotypically associated with
politeness, flowery adjectives, and wordiness
Your friend tells you he loves you while staring at the tv you would believe his
Women use of non-verbal communication
be better at sending and receiving non-verbal. gaze and smile more, and more facially expressive
If you point in a particular direction while providing someone directions, in what way are you using non-verbal communication
If you use a poker face while playing a card game, what way are you using non-verbal?
If someone looks upset and has their hands on their face and you ask "are you okay?" and they reply with I am fine, they are illustrating
While at your workplace, what type of proxemic space do you use to communicate?
During Steve's speech to the class, he was constantly scratching his hair and adjusting his tie. What type of gesture was he relying on?
When someone gives a thumbs up to someone after their presentation. what function of non-verbal communication is she using?
If your coach wraps your ankle with a bandage after you hurt it, what type of touch is your coach using?
If giving a speech to incoming students at uca, you would use which type of space
Consoling a friend whose grandma has passed away with a hug is using what type of distance?
The top reason convicted muggers say they look for in potential victims was
While your friends tells you about a upsetting phone call she had, she also holds her hands up to demonstrate a telephone, what type of gesture is she using?
A handshake is considered to be what type of touch?
While telling a story, a friend who is impatient and points at his watch is using
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