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Title: Your Review Quiz

Your Review Quiz
  • These questions were created by your peers.
  • Use them as a game and study break but not a
    short cut to soaking in your notes and our

Question 1
  • The social-psychological tradition is based on
    the premise that as people talk, they produce and
    reproduce culture.
  • True or False?
  • False- socio-culture is based on the premise that
    as people talk they produce and reproduce culture.

Question 2
  • Which tradition focuses on communication as the
    process of sharing meaning through signs?
  • A) semiotic
  • B) critical
  • C) phenomenological
  • D) all of these are traditions

Question 3
  • The main route to deep social penetration is
    through self-disclosure.
  • True
  • False

Question 4
  • According to Barbara OKeefe there are three
    different types of message design logic.
  • True or False?
  • TRUE!!! (expressive, conventional and rhetorical)

Question 5
  • Which principle of social exchange theory helps
    gauge relational stability?
  • A) personality
  • B) self disclosure
  • C) comparison level
  • D) comparison level of alternative

Question 6
  • According to CMM, which of these is not one of
    the contexts of communication patterns?
  • A) Episode
  • B) Relationship
  • C) Identity
  • D) Culture
  • E) None of the above each is a context

Question 7
  • For Martin Buber, dialogic communication involves
    remaining in the tension between holding our own
    perspective while being profoundly open to the
  • True or False?
  • TRUE!

Question 8
  • The three core concepts of EVT included
  • A) adaptation, violation valence, and net worth
  • B) expectancy, violation valence, and
    communication reward valence
  • C) violation valence, interaction, and adaptation
  • D) interaction, adaptation, and reality

Question 9
  • The study of peoples use of space as special
    elaboration of culture is referred to as
  • A) cultural specialty
  • B) chronemics
  • C) proxemics
  • D) kinesics

Question 10
  • Ethnographers map out social discourse. They do
  • A) to discover who people think they are
  • B) what they think they are doing
  • C) to what end they think they are doing it
  • D) all of the above

Question 11
  • Which type of stories are positive or negative
    anecdotes told about others in an organization?
  • A) collegial stories
  • B) corporate stories
  • C) personal stories
  • D) none of the above

Question 12
  • In Uncertainty Reduction Theory, which axiom
    states as nonverbal affiliative expressiveness
    increases, uncertainty levels will decrease in an
    initial interaction situation.
  • Self-disclosure
  • Reciprocity
  • Similarity
  • Nonverbal warmth

Question 13
  • True/False Deetz argues that communication is
    fundamentally the transmission of information.
  • FALSE! Deetz argues that communication is NOT
    based merely on transmission.

Question 14
  • T/F Managerial control is the process that
    invites open dialogue among a stake holder.
  • FALSE!

Question 15
  • T/F Assimilation takes place when a message
    falls into the latitude of rejection.
  • FALSE! Contrast is the more likely response.

Question 16
  • T/F A wide latitude of acceptance is usually a
    sign of high ego involvement.
  • FALSE!

Question 17
  • Which of the following is not one of Baxter and
    Montgomerys internal dialectics?
  • A) Openness Closedness
  • B) Certainty Uncertainty
  • C) Self-expression Non-expression
  • D) Connectedness Separateness

Question 18
  • Segmentation is a tactic by which partners
  • A) ignore different aspects of their relationship
  • B) try to temporarily avoid their partners
  • C) isolate different aspects of their
  • D) none of the above

Question 19
  • Deweys pragmatism is based on the assumption
    that practical decisions are brought under more
    intelligent control through rational inquiry in a
    six step process called
  • A) Prioritizing
  • B) Reflected Thinking
  • C) Six Sigma
  • D) Implementality

Question 20
  • According to Hirokawa and Gouran, which is not a
    requisite function?
  • A) problem analysis
  • B) potential productivity
  • C) identification of alternatives
  • D) evaluation of positive and negative

Question 21
  • What are the five components of the phase model?
  • A) orientation, conflict, coalescence, diversity,
  • B) orientation, convergence, coalescence,
    diversity, integration
  • C) orientation, conflict, coalescence,
    development, integration
  • D) none of the above

Question 22
  • Duality of structure refers to the idea that
    rules and resources are both the ______ and the
    ______ of interaction.
  • A) medium, outcome
  • B) medium, effect
  • C) problem, outcome
  • D) product, medium

Question 23
  • T/F Petty and Cacioppo, of elaboration
    likelihood model, claim that we have a large mesh
    mental filter that allows items we regard as less
    important to flow through without being processed
    very carefully.
  • TRUE!

Question 24
  • In the peripheral route, recipients rely on a
    variety of cues that allow them to make a quick
    decision. All of the following are a part of
    Cialdinis list of six cues that trigger a
    click, whir programmed response EXCEPT
  • A) Reciprocation
  • B) Consistency
  • C) Scarcity
  • D) Evaluation

Exam Basics
  • 50 questions
  • Chapters 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18,
    20, 21 (Yes, I know thats a lot. But many
    questions will be pulled from class quizzes,
    online quizzes and slide show)
  • Essay to be used as a curve if needed
  • Bring pencils or 1 dollar to buy one
  • Essay limited to one side of one page
  • Can use old quizzes and textbook website quizzes
    to prepare
  • You can have one page of notes