Question 21 of 342.0 PointsRex likes Karl, in part, because he thinks Karl is fun, smart, and energetic. When Paul points out to Rex that Karl is a terrible driver, Rex refuses to believe it. Perhaps Rex's perception is clouded by theA. horn effect.B. consistency effect.C. pattern effect.D. halo effect. Reset SelectionQuestion 22 of 342.0 PointsAlice thinks Professor Higgins has a strict attendance policy because students in his classes last semester had horrible attendance and as a result didn't do well in the class. Which of the following is Alice assuming to be the cause of Higgins’ actions?A. circumstancesB. the personC. cultureD. stimulus Reset SelectionQuestion 23 of 342.0 PointsAlice thinks Professor Higgins has a strict attendance policy because he is an old fogey with old-fashioned ideas. Which of the following is Alice assuming to be the cause of Higgins’ actions?A. circumstancesB. the personC. cultureD. stimulus Reset SelectionQuestion 24 of 342.0 PointsSallyanne’s favorite meal each year is Thanksgiving dinner. She knows that the family will eat turkey, cornbread dressing, and a cranberry salad based on a recipe that has been in the family for years. Which principle does Sally’s family traditions illustrate?A. ethnocentrismB. acculturationC. enculturationD. indoctrination Reset SelectionQuestion 25 of 342.0 PointsHow would a culture that values achievement, assertiveness, heroism, and material wealth probably be classified?A. masculineB. tolerant of uncertaintyC. feminineD. collectivistic Reset SelectionQuestion 26 of 342.0 PointsWhich of the following statements about race is true?A. There are vast genetic differences between people assigned to different racial categories.B. There are more genetic differences between racial groups than within racial groups.C. There is more genetic variation within racial groups than between racial groups.D. Race is primarily important for its biological meaning. Reset SelectionQuestion 27 of 342.0 PointsWhich of the following statements about ethnicity is false?A. Ethnicity is a social classification.B. Ethnicity is the same as race.C. An ethnic group is a group of people who have labeled themselves based on a variety of factors that may or may not include race.D. Ethnicity is a socially constructed category. Reset SelectionQuestion 28 of 342.0 PointsWhich of the following statements about gender differences in communication is true?A. Women often communicate to report.B. Men tend to approach communication from a content dimension.C. Women tend to talk to complete a task.D. Men often communicate to establish rapport. Reset SelectionQuestion 29 of 342.0 PointsJamal is visiting Norway as a Rotary exchange student. During his third week in the country, he began to experience a sense of confusion, anxiety and stress. He began to question the wisdom of committing himself to this exchange. Based upon Jamal's reaction, what is he most likely experiencing?A. culture shockB. ethnocentrismC. mindfulnessD. enculturation Reset SelectionQuestion 30 of 342.0 PointsA confirmation class from the local Methodist church visited a nearby synagogue to experience worship from a different perspective. The synagogue provided the group with a guide. The guide explained what would happen during the service, showed them where to sit and how to respond at different times in the service, and made himself available after the service to answer any questions they might have about the service, the synagogue, or Judaism. The synagogue's response to this visit demonstrated their commitment to which strategy for improving intercultural communication?A. developing knowledgeB. developing motivationC. developing skillD. developing critical evaluations Reset SelectionQuestion 31 of 3410.0 PointsBriefly describe a recent interpersonal communication exchange you’ve had with someone. What were some explicit rules that governed or influenced the conversation? What were some implicit rules that were evident in the conversation?(Maximum number of characters: 60000)Show/Hide Rich-Text EditorQuestion 32 of 3410.0 PointsBriefly describe a recent interpersonal communication exchange you’ve had with someone. Which communication model best captures the nature of that exchange, and why? Analyze the exchange, identifying the components of communication discussed in Chapter One (1). How important was feedback in the communication? What kinds of feedback were shared? Were you and your partner experiencing the communication simultaneously? What was the context? What were sources of internal and external noise? To what extent did you or your partner have problems encoding or decoding each other’s messages?
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