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Question;These are the questions and answers to those questions;gathered from multiple final exams to help you receive the highest grade;1) The term channel in communication means;A. the volume at which a message is received;B. the context of the communication;C. the process of changing thoughts into symbols;D. the medium through which a message travels from sender;to receiver;2) In which of the following communication activities;do people spend the greatest percent of their day?;A. Listening;B. Writing;C. Reading;D. Speaking;3) A receiver?s response to a sender?s message is;called;A. encoding;B. decoding;C. feedback;D. channel;4) With this type of response, you analyze or teach;the sender about the cause of his or her concern.;A. Evaluating;B. Interpreting;C. Paraphrasing;D. Questioning;5) This happens when you receive, construct meaning;from, and respond to the sender?s message.;A. Hearing;B. Attending;C. Listening;D. Responding;6) When the receiver uses this response style, he;clarifies or seeks more information.;A. Evaluating;B. Supporting;C. Paraphrasing;D. Questioning;7) Which of the following are the most common types;of doubts people may have about a source?;A. Status and academic degree;B. Occupation and employer;C. Prominence in the field of study and experience;D. Expertise and accuracy;8) Which of the following is the most reliable source;of information?;A. Wikipedia?;B. A blog;C. A book recommended by your instructor;D. Britannica Online?;9) Consider the following exchange: ?How do I know;God exists? How do you know he doesn?t?? Which fallacy does the second;statement illustrate?;A. Perfectionist fallacy;B. Slippery slope;C. Misplacing the burden of proof;D. Inconsistency ad hominem;10) Stating someone has negative features and his;claim is invalid is an example of which fallacy?;A. Ad hominem;B. Genetic fallacy;C. Straw man;D. False dilemma;11) Consider the following statement: ?So what if the;Senator accepted a little kickback money?most politicians are corrupt after;all.? This is an example of which fallacy?;A. Argument from envy;B. Argument from tradition;C. Argument from common practice;D. Straw man;12) Consider the following statement: ?Studies;confirm what everyone already knows: Smaller class sizes make better learners.?;This is an example of which fallacy?;A. Argument from common practice;B. Begging the question;C. Misplacing the burden of proof;D. Slippery slope;13) Audience analysis should occur at what point in;the creation of a message?;A. Once feedback is received;B. Before the message is sent;C. Before the message is created;D. After selecting the channel;14) Behavior descriptions should meet which of the;following criteria?;A. Present inferences about another?s motives.;B. Describe only observable behaviors.;C. Include terms such as ?never, always, or constantly.?;D. Focus on more than one behavior.;15) An effective message should be;A. topic-based;B. audience-centered;C. time-centered;D. channel-focused;16) Which informal communication channel involves its;own abbreviations to accommodate the limited number of characters available in;any given message?;A. E-mail;B. Text message;C. Voicemail message;D. Handwritten letters;17) Sound and light waves are an example of which;part of the communication model?;A. Encoding;B. Channel;C. Noise;D. Decoding;18) In this channel of communication, messages are;carried by sound and light waves.;A. Teleconference;B. Voicemail;C. Hard copy memos;D. Face-to-face;19) A framework for putting all of your information;together in a logical sequence is called;A. an introduction;B. a thesis;C. a central idea;D. an outline;20) Which verbal support breaks down complex;processes or concepts into their component parts to ensure understanding?;A. Comparisons;B. Analyses;C. Descriptions;D. Definitions;21) What type of language is used when communicating;with classmates, coworkers, family, and friends?;A. Official;B. Informal;C. Formal;D. Ceremonial;22) The connotation of words such as skinny or thin;focuses on the;A. actual meaning;B. denotative meaning;C. emotional meaning;D. contextual meaning;23) If you try to persuade your classmates to donate;canned goods for the hungry in your community, your topic is one of;A. policy;B. fact;C. value;D. pathos;24) Persuasive topics that attempt to show an;audience that something is good, bad, right, or wrong are topics of;A. cause-effect;B. fact;C. value;D. policy;25) If you use only a few examples to represent the;whole of the conclusion, you are committing this logical fallacy.;A. Either/or thinking;B. Slippery slope;C. Faulty causation;D. Hasty generalization;26) What logical fallacy can occur when a speaker;focuses on similarities and ignores significant differences?;A. Either/or thinking;B. Hasty generalization;C. Faulty comparison;D. Slippery slope;27) When you display ethos in your persuasive;presentation, you have;A. credibility;B. emotion;C. evidence;D. logic;28) Developing cross-cultural competence includes;which of the following?;A. Overcoming personal biases;B. Walking on eggs;C. Separating culture from communication;D. Using hot button words;29) An attempt to characterize causes of events to;either personalities or external situations is called;A. projection;B. selective attention;C. attribution error;D. halo effect;30) Groups that value higher power distance believe;relationships are;A. individualist;B. informal;C. hierarchical;D. relationship oriented;31) What is the belief that laws are justified if;they prevent a person from harming him- or herself known as?;A. Offense principle;B. Legal moralism;C. Harm principle;D. Legal paternalism;32) What is the belief that correct moral principles;are those accepted by the correct religion known as?;A. Religious absolutism;B. Virtue ethics;C. Religious relativism;D. Moral relativism;33) The practice of using a case that has already;been decided as a guide when deciding new cases is referred to as;A. legal morality;B. legal paternalism;C. causation principle;D. appeal to precedent;1) This response style normally does not help unless;the sender has asked for your advice.;A. Paraphrasing;B. Interpreting;C. Evaluating;D. Questioning;2) This act is involuntary and happens automatically.;A. Listening;B. Feedback;C. Hearing;D. Responding;3) Which of the following is a category of reasonless;advertising?;A. Logical ads;B. Functional ads;C. Promise ads;D. Endorsement ads;4) A claim is generally not considered credible if;A. it seems likely;B. the claimant is a disinterested party;C. the claimant is an interested party;D. it comes from a source assumed to be credible but who is;not known to you;5) Providing only two choices when others are;available defines which fallacy?;A. Ad hominem;B. Genetic fallacy;C. Straw man;D. False dilemma;6) Measurable or observable characteristics of your;audience are called;A. pseudographics;B. psychographics;C. demographics;D. statistics;7) Demographics include which of the following?;A. Ethnicity, gender, race;B. Attitudes, interests, values;C. Beliefs, feelings, likes;D. Values, morals, opinions;8) You want to discuss your performance review and;possible raise with your boss. The most effective channel to do this would be;A. team meeting;B. text message;C. face-to-face;D. e-mail;9) When are nonverbal messages sent?;A. After verbal messages;B. Only when you want;C. Before verbal messages;D. Only in combination with verbal messages;10) When using expert testimonials, speakers should;do which of the following?;A. Always quote the expert?s exact words.;B. Share the expert?s credentials.;C. Use experts who have celebrity status.;D. Protect the identity of experts by not naming them.;11) When you use an expression like raining cats and;dogs, you are using;A. contextual language;B. figurative language;C. denotative language;D. connotative language;12) Deliberately blaming individuals or groups for things;they really did not do is called;A. ethnocentrism;B. discriminating;C. stereotyping;D. scapegoating;13) A concept proposing that negative cultural;assumptions about a group can create for its members a belief in those;assumptions is called;A. an attribution error;B. a perceptual process;C. a halo effect;D. a stereotype threat;14) Utilitarianism is part of this perspective on;moral reasoning.;A. Deontology;B. Virtue ethics;C. Consquentialism;D. Moral relativism;15) This preparation process involves looking at the;characteristics of the receivers of the sender?s message.;A. Determining the message;B. Audience analysis;C. Channel evaluation;D. Receiver response analysis;16) Consider the following statement: ?Morgan, you?re;down to earth and I trust your judgment. That?s why I know I can count on you;to back me up at the meeting this afternoon.? This is an example of which;fallacy?;A. Argument from pity;B. Apple polishing;C. Slippery slope;D. Guilt trip;17) The individuals you are most likely to influence;with your persuasive presentation are referred to as your;A. target audience;B. peer audience;C. general audience;D. leading audience;18) When you lead, instruct, challenge, or introduce;your audience to act on or accept your solution, you are at which step of;Monroe?s Motivated Sequence?;A. Visualization;B. Action or approval;C. Attention;D. Solution;19) A value judgment requires this type of;assessment.;A. Worth or desirability;B. Monroe?s Value Sequence;C. Consistency;D. Normative;20) Which communication method provides some of the;benefits of face-to-face communication when all parties are not in the same;location?;A. Vodcasting;B. Instant messaging;C. Teleconference;D. Videoconference;21) Consider the following statement: ?So what if the;Senator accepted a little kickback money-most politicians are corrupt after;all.? This is an example of which fallacy?;A. Argument from envy;B. Argument from tradition;C. Argument from common practice;D. Straw man;22) The message refers to which of the following?;A. The context of the communication;B. Ideas, thoughts, and feelings being communicated.;C. The medium that carries the information;D. The receiver?s response to the sender;23) An attempt to characterize causes of events to;either personalities or external situations is called;A. projection;B. halo effect;C. attribution error;D. selective attention


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