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Oral Communications Chapter 6
Arbitrary
ambiguous
abstract
Hierarchical
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings *ex th…
words that are not tangible items; they are only representati…
language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
Arbitrary
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
ambiguous
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings *ex th…
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Oral Communications Chapter 6 Vocabulary
arbitrary
ambiguous
abstract
hierarchical
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
words are not tangible items; they are only representations
language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
arbitrary
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
ambiguous
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
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Oral Communications- Chapter 6
Inter-Library Loan
Internet
World Wide Web
Website
sharing of material and services among libraries
a vast network or networks, linking computers throughout the…
a global Internet system for delivering and displaying docume…
any location on the World Wide Web
Inter-Library Loan
sharing of material and services among libraries
Internet
a vast network or networks, linking computers throughout the…
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Chapter 6: Oral Communications
Arbitrary
Ambiguous
Abstract
Hierarchical
symbols used to present things that are not intrinsically con…
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
words are not tangible items; they are only representations
language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
Arbitrary
symbols used to present things that are not intrinsically con…
Ambiguous
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
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Oral Communication: Chapter 6
Listening
Myths About Listening
How does culture affect listening?
HURIER Model
The active process of making meaning out of another person's…
Hearing is the same as listening and listening is natural and…
Expectations for directness, nonverbal listening responses, a…
A model describing the stages of effective listening as heari…
Listening
The active process of making meaning out of another person's…
Myths About Listening
Hearing is the same as listening and listening is natural and…
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Oral Communication - chapter 6
affect blend
affect displays
chronemics
disfluency
Combination of two or more expressions, each showing a differ…
Facial expressions, body movements, and vocal traits that rev…
The study of how humans use and structure time.
A non linguistic verbalisation-for example, um, er, ah.
affect blend
Combination of two or more expressions, each showing a differ…
affect displays
Facial expressions, body movements, and vocal traits that rev…
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Chapter 6 oral communication
Arbitrary
ambiguous
abstract
hierarchical
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
language that does not have precise , concrete meanings
words are not tangible items; they are only representations
language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
Arbitrary
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
ambiguous
language that does not have precise , concrete meanings
Oral Communication Chapter 6 Vocabulary
What is duration?
What is intimacy?
What is protocol?
What is assertive?
Length of time you've known the person.
How close you feel and how much trust you have in sharing per…
specific conventions of behavior.
you express yourself directly and forcefully.
What is duration?
Length of time you've known the person.
What is intimacy?
How close you feel and how much trust you have in sharing per…
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Principles of Oral Communication Chapter 6
Pronunciation
articulation
blending
dialect
the accepted standard of how a word sounds when spoken
physically producing the sounds needed to convey the word
when speakers intermingle two words together
aspects of articulation, grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciati…
Pronunciation
the accepted standard of how a word sounds when spoken
articulation
physically producing the sounds needed to convey the word
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Oral Communications Chapter 6
Attribution
Internal Attribution
External Attribution
Fundamental Attribution error
assigning meaning to what someone has done, whether it is we…
says that a person acts as they do because it reflects who th…
says that a person's actions may be driven by external forces…
the tendency to assume the cause of any negative behavior in…
Attribution
assigning meaning to what someone has done, whether it is we…
Internal Attribution
says that a person acts as they do because it reflects who th…
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Oral Communications, Chapter 6
acquaintances
assertiveness
close relationship
constructive critism
People that a person knows and talks with when he or she happ…
The practice of exercising one's personal rights
One in which people share their deepest feelinsg with each ot…
Critism that is beneficial and helpful rather than disapproving
acquaintances
People that a person knows and talks with when he or she happ…
assertiveness
The practice of exercising one's personal rights
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Oral Communications Chapter 6
arbitrary
ambiguous
abstract
hierarchical
symbols used to represent thing that are not intrinsically co…
language that does not have precise, concrete meaning
words are not concrete or tangible items, they are only repre…
language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
arbitrary
symbols used to represent thing that are not intrinsically co…
ambiguous
language that does not have precise, concrete meaning
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Oral Communication Chapter 6
Contact Stage
Involvement Stage
Intimacy Stage
Deterioration Stage
(STAGE 1) This is where you meet someone for the first time.…
(STAGE 2) We continue to get to know another person. ... We may…
(STAGE 3) Can be either romantic or friendship intimacy.... Peop…
(STAGE 4) Most people try not to enter this stage if they tru…
Contact Stage
(STAGE 1) This is where you meet someone for the first time.…
Involvement Stage
(STAGE 2) We continue to get to know another person. ... We may…
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Oral Communications Chapter 6
Nonverbal communication
Nonliguistic
Intrinsic
Continuous
messages expressed through symbols other than words
A characteristic of nonverbal communication indicating that n…
A characteristic of nonverbal communication indicating that n…
A characteristic of nonverbal comm that indicated that nonver…
Nonverbal communication
messages expressed through symbols other than words
Nonliguistic
A characteristic of nonverbal communication indicating that n…
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Oral Communication Chapter 6
Arbitrary
Ambiguous
Abstract
Hierarchical
Symbols used that represent things that are not intrinsically…
Language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
Words that are not tangible items; they are only representati…
Language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
Arbitrary
Symbols used that represent things that are not intrinsically…
Ambiguous
Language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
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Oral Communication Chapter 6
arbitrary
ambiguous
abstract
hierarchial
symbols used to represent sent things that are not intrinsica…
language that does not have precise, concrete, meanings
words are not concrete or tangible items, they are only repre…
language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
arbitrary
symbols used to represent sent things that are not intrinsica…
ambiguous
language that does not have precise, concrete, meanings
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Oral Communication chapter 6
affect blend
affect displays
chronemics
disfluency
the combination of two or more expressions, each showing diff…
facial expressions, body movements, and vocal traits that rev…
the study of how humans use and structure time
a non linguistic verbalization--for example, um, er, ah
affect blend
the combination of two or more expressions, each showing diff…
affect displays
facial expressions, body movements, and vocal traits that rev…
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Oral Communication Skills - Chapter 6
Culture
Culture shock
Intercultural communication
Dominant culture
The values, attitudes, beliefs, orientations, and underlying…
The psychological discomfort you may feel when you attempt to…
Interactions that occur between people whose cultural assumpt…
The attitudes, values, beliefs, and customs that the majority…
Culture
The values, attitudes, beliefs, orientations, and underlying…
Culture shock
The psychological discomfort you may feel when you attempt to…
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Oral Communication - Chapter 6 & 7
Stage Fright starts where?
Stage Frights why
Stress or Tension is caused...
2 types of Conflicts
In your head
Because of tension
When two opposites pull at each other
Internal... External
Stage Fright starts where?
In your head
Stage Frights why
Because of tension
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Oral Communications Chapter 6 Key Terms
arbitrary
ambiguous
abstract
hierarchical
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
words are not concrete or tangible items; they are only repre…
language that is structured according to more or less, higher…
arbitrary
symbols used to represent things that are not intrinsically c…
ambiguous
language that does not have precise, concrete meanings
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Oral Communication Chapter 6 Review
Accident Fallacy
Ambiguity Fallacy
Analysis
Appeal to Authority
A fallacy that occurs when a generally true statement is appl…
A fallacy that occurs when a word having more than one meanin…
The process of asking what is happening in a message through…
A fallacy that occurs when the truth of a proposition is thou…
Accident Fallacy
A fallacy that occurs when a generally true statement is appl…
Ambiguity Fallacy
A fallacy that occurs when a word having more than one meanin…
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Oral Communications - Chapter 6 & 7 Vocab
Stage Fright
Tension
Conflict
Internal
Nervousness when your speaking or preforming because of tension
Mental or nervous strain
A struggle between two opposing forces
A struggle within a person
Stage Fright
Nervousness when your speaking or preforming because of tension
Tension
Mental or nervous strain
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UD Oral Communications Chapter 6 Vocab
accent
articulation
blending
complement
nonverbal behaviors that augment a verbal message
physically producing the sound needed to convey the word
one of the more common articulation errors, and it occurs whe…
when the action demonstrates the message contained in the ver…
accent
nonverbal behaviors that augment a verbal message
articulation
physically producing the sound needed to convey the word
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Principles of Oral Communication: Chapter 6
pronunciation
articulation
blending
dialect
the accepted standard of how a word sounds when spoken (verbal)
physically producing the sound needed to convey a word (verbal)
occurs when speakers intermingle two words together (verbal)
aspects of articulation, grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciati…
pronunciation
the accepted standard of how a word sounds when spoken (verbal)
articulation
physically producing the sound needed to convey a word (verbal)
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Fundamentals of Oral Communication Chapter 6 Test
Nonverbal communication is less ambigu…
Proxemics
Regulating
Contradicting
All the following are important characteristics of nonverbal…
The study of the way people and animals use space is called
Saying things like "uh uh" and "I see," and nodding your head…
Carla and Jorge made plans to have a quiet weekend in their a…
Nonverbal communication is less ambigu…
All the following are important characteristics of nonverbal…
Proxemics
The study of the way people and animals use space is called
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Spanish Oral Communication Chapter 6: El Deporte
aficionado
alpinismo
alpinista
árbitro
fan
mountaineering
mountain climber
referee
aficionado
fan
alpinismo
mountaineering
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oral comm chapter 6
arbitrary
ambiguous
abstract
hierarchical
symbols used to representthings that are not intrinsically co…
language does not have precise concrete meaning
words are not concrete items but representations
language structured more or less, higher or lower
arbitrary
symbols used to representthings that are not intrinsically co…
ambiguous
language does not have precise concrete meaning
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Oral Communications Module 2, Chapter 6
listening
hearing
understanding
remembering
a cognitive activity that is defined as the active process of…
the passive physiological process in which sound is received…
assigning meaning to the stimuli that have been selected and…
recalling something from stored memory; thinking of something…
listening
a cognitive activity that is defined as the active process of…
hearing
the passive physiological process in which sound is received…
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oral communication ch 6
hearing
listening
receiving
attending
the passive physiological act of recieving sound that takes p…
the active process of receiving, attending to interpreting, a…
the initial step in the listening process where hearing and l…
the second step in the listening process when stimuli are per…
hearing
the passive physiological act of recieving sound that takes p…
listening
the active process of receiving, attending to interpreting, a…
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Chapter 6 Oral Comm
stage fright
80-90
tension meets adrenaline
controlled stage fright/ use it
fears associated with being in front of an audience
_____% of people report some form of nervousness about giving…
why does stage fright occur? (something is blocked and has no…
- this type of stage fright is natural, even unavoidable... - yo…
stage fright
fears associated with being in front of an audience
80-90
_____% of people report some form of nervousness about giving…
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Oral Comm- Chapter 6
Listening style
Content-oriented listeners
People-oriented listeners
Action-oriented listeners
our favored and usually unconscious approach to listening
focus on and evaluate the facts and evidence
focus on the feelings the speaker may have about what they're…
focus on the ultimate point the speaker is trying to make
Listening style
our favored and usually unconscious approach to listening
Content-oriented listeners
focus on and evaluate the facts and evidence
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Chapter 6: Oral Surgery
soft tissue impaction
alveoplasty
bone file
scapel
oral condition in which a tooth is partially to fully covered…
surgical shaping and smooth of the margins of the tooth socke…
surgical instrument used to smooth rough edges of bone struct…
surgical knife
soft tissue impaction
oral condition in which a tooth is partially to fully covered…
alveoplasty
surgical shaping and smooth of the margins of the tooth socke…
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Chapter 6 Oral Comm
Listening objectives
hearing
listening
receiving
relational development and enhancement... gaining and comprehend…
passive physiological act of receiving sound that takes place…
the active process of receiving, attending to, interpreting,…
the initial step in the listening process where hearing and l…
Listening objectives
relational development and enhancement... gaining and comprehend…
hearing
passive physiological act of receiving sound that takes place…
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Chapter 6 Oral Comm. Vocab
Duration
Intimacy
assertive
courteous
The length of time you've known a person
how close you feel and how much trust you have in sharing per…
expressing yourself forcefully
when you are polite and respectful of others
Duration
The length of time you've known a person
Intimacy
how close you feel and how much trust you have in sharing per…
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Oral Comm. Chapter 6
Culture
Co-Culture
Ethnocentrism
Diversity
a learned system of knowledge behavior, attitudes, beliefs, v…
a culture that exists within a larger cultural context
The belief that one's own culture traditions and assumptions…
How differences in gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and…
Culture
a learned system of knowledge behavior, attitudes, beliefs, v…
Co-Culture
a culture that exists within a larger cultural context
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Chapter 6 Communications Vocabulary
listening
hearing
attending
mnemonics
the active process of making meaning out of another person's…
the sensory process of receiving and perceiving sounds
paying attention to someones words well enough to understand…
devices that can aid short and long term memory
listening
the active process of making meaning out of another person's…
hearing
the sensory process of receiving and perceiving sounds
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Communications vocabulary chapter 6
Listening
Listening apprehension
Active listening
Passive listening
Receiving, constructing meaning from and responding to the sp…
The anxiety felt about listening
Attending to, understanding, remembering, evaluating, respond…
The habitual and unconscious process of receiving messages
Listening
Receiving, constructing meaning from and responding to the sp…
Listening apprehension
The anxiety felt about listening
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Oral Communications Chapters 1-6 Vocabulary
Perception
Interpersonal Perception
Stages of Perception
Perceptual Schema
the process of making meaning from environmental experiences
applying perception to people and relationships
Selection, Organization, Interpretation
a mental framework for organizing information
Perception
the process of making meaning from environmental experiences
Interpersonal Perception
applying perception to people and relationships
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Chapter 6 Pre-Test - Oral Communication
An operational definition is one in wh…
The key to informative speaking is:
The most effective speech of explanati…
In theory, the author notes, informati…
False
Intent
False
The lines between the purposes of the speeches are often blur…
An operational definition is one in wh…
False
The key to informative speaking is:
Intent
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Oral Comm Chapter 6
listening
hearing
understanding
remembering
cognitive activity and active process of receiving, construct…
passive physiological process in which sound is received by ear
assigning meaning to stimuli
recalling something from recalled memory
listening
cognitive activity and active process of receiving, construct…
hearing
passive physiological process in which sound is received by ear
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Oral Communications Chapters 1-6 Vocabulary
Perception
Interpersonal Perception
Stages of Perception
Perceptual Schema
the process of making meaning from environmental experiences
applying perception to people and relationships
Selection, Organization, Interpretation
a mental framework for organizing information
Perception
the process of making meaning from environmental experiences
Interpersonal Perception
applying perception to people and relationships
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Communications Vocabulary: Chapter 6-
Affect blend
Affect displays
Chronemics
Disfluency
Combo of two or more expressions, esch showing a different em…
Facial expressions, body movements, and vocal traits that rev…
Study of how humans use and structure time
Non linguistic verbalization
Affect blend
Combo of two or more expressions, esch showing a different em…
Affect displays
Facial expressions, body movements, and vocal traits that rev…
151 terms
Fund of oral communication vocabulary for chapters 6-10
Listening
Listening style
Content-oriented listeners
People-oriented listeners
The process of receiving, constructing, meaning from,and resp…
Our favored and usually unconscious approached to listening
Focus on and evaluate the facts and evidence
Focus on the feelings their Conversational partners may have…
Listening
The process of receiving, constructing, meaning from,and resp…
Listening style
Our favored and usually unconscious approached to listening
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Oral Comm Chapter 6
The rules of living and functioning in…
Communication among people from a vari…
The term used to describe the unique d…
Which of the following was not mention…
culture
co-cultural communication
diversity
Personality
The rules of living and functioning in…
culture
Communication among people from a vari…
co-cultural communication
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Communication Applications: Chapter 6 Vocabulary
listening
hearing
attending
understanding
a physical and psychological process that involves acquiring,…
physical process of receiving sound
act of choosing—consciously or subconsciously—to focus your a…
a complex mental process that involves decoding the symbolic…
listening
a physical and psychological process that involves acquiring,…
hearing
physical process of receiving sound
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Oral Communication Ch 6
audience-cnecenteredness
identification
egocentrisim
demographic audience analysis
keeping the audience foremost in mind at every step of speech…
a process in which speakers seek to create a bond with the au…
the tendency of people to be concerned above all with their o…
audience analysis that focuses on demographic factors such as…
audience-cnecenteredness
keeping the audience foremost in mind at every step of speech…
identification
a process in which speakers seek to create a bond with the au…
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Chapter 6 Oral Com (terms)
audience analysis
audience centered
attitudes
beliefs
process of gathering and analyzing info about audience member…
focused on the needs,attitudes, and values of the audience
general evaluations of people, ideas, objects, or events
ways in which people perceive reality
audience analysis
process of gathering and analyzing info about audience member…
audience centered
focused on the needs,attitudes, and values of the audience
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Oral Communications 103 CH 6
listening
hearing
attending
HURIER model
the active process of making meaning out of another person's…
the sensory process of receiving and perceiving sounds
paying attention to someone's words well enough to understand…
A model describing the stages of effective listening as heari…
listening
the active process of making meaning out of another person's…
hearing
the sensory process of receiving and perceiving sounds
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Oral Pathology Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Alleles
Amino acid
Autosomes
Barr body
Genes located at the same level in two chromosomes that deter…
Organic compound containing an amino group
Nonsex chromosomes, identical for men and women
Condensed chromatin of the inactivated x chromosome ... *Found…
Alleles
Genes located at the same level in two chromosomes that deter…
Amino acid
Organic compound containing an amino group
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Chapter 1 Vocabulary [Oral Communications]
Ethics
Communication
Sender
Message
A person's sense of right and wrong.
The process of sending and receiving messages.
A person who transmits a message.
To which is sent or said.
Ethics
A person's sense of right and wrong.
Communication
The process of sending and receiving messages.
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