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  • 1. This communication process by developing idea?
A) Receiver
B) Channel
C) Sender
D) Feedback
  • 2. Refers to the expression or countenance this represented by the appearance of a person face resulting.
A) Gestures
B) Facial expression
C) Illustrator gestures
D) Facial expression
  • 3. A move of part of the body especially a hand or the head.
A) Manipulator gestures
B) Facial expression
C) Gestures
D) Illustrator gestures
  • 4. They are youse to provide emphasis to make an action the speech is describing to trace the flow
A) Manipulator
B) Emblem gestures
C) Illustrator gestures
D) Gestures
  • 5. It is the movement in which body part and another body
A) Manipulator gestures
B) Emblem gestures
C) Manipulator gestures
D) Illustrator gestures
  • 6. Who describe gestures that have very precise meaning known within an ethnic, cultural or sub-cultural group.
A) David parons
B) David epron
C) Jack lofpe
D) David Efron
  • 7. Is it a term first used by researcher and used as deliberately and consciously as spoken words.
A) Emblem gestures
B) Gestures
C) Manipulator gestures
D) Emblem gestures
  • 8. Refers to nonverbal element of speech , used to modify meaning and convey emotion.
A) Haptics
B) Paralinguistic
C) Eye Gaze
D) Proxemics
  • 9. Is a nonverbal form of communication which is executed by means of facial expression.
A) Haptics
B) Eye gaze
C) Proxemics
D) Body language and posture
  • 10. The study of effects of physical distance between people and different culture and societies .
A) Body language and posture
B) Eye gaze
C) Proxemics
D) Haptics
  • 11. Is a condition or action of looking another human in the eye.
A) Paralinguistic
B) Proxemics
C) Gestures
D) Eye gaze
  • 12. The study of the sense of touch.
A) Paralinguistic
B) Body language and posture
C) Haptics
D) Apperance
  • 13. The act of becoming visible to eye.
A) Haptics
B) Eye gaze
C) Proxemics
D) Apperance
  • 14. Objects or images that are used to communicate nonverbally
A) Gestures
B) Illustrator gestures
C) Apperance
D) Artifacts
  • 15. Created through communication that is communication it means of human interaction.
A) Values
B) Symbol
C) Heroes
D) Culture
  • 16. Compares the communication style and patterns of people from different cultural or social structures.
A) Intercultural communication
B) Cross- cultural communication
C) Association
D) Interaction
  • 17. Deals with how people from different speak to one another.
A) Association
B) Intercultural communication
C) Cross- cultural communication
D) Interaction
  • 18. Individual identify is rooted in groups.
A) Interaction
B) Territoriality
C) Learning
D) Association
  • 19. Nonverbal element are significant. Disagreement is personalized.
A) Territoriality
B) Association
C) Interaction
D) Temporality
  • 20. Stress group benefits and overriding value of working harmoniously rather than individual personal advancement.
A) Polychronic society
B) Collectivism
C) Monochromatic society
D) Individualism
  • 21. Place emphasis on speed and punctuality.
A) Individualism
B) Collectivism
C) Monochromic society
D) Polychronic society
  • 22. Independent and unconnected tasks can be done simultaneously.
A) Polychronic society
B) Collectivism
C) Monochromic society
D) Individualism
  • 23. Strive for maximal distinction between what women are expected to do.
A) Masculine cultures
B) Femenine cultures
C) Uncertainty avoidance
D) Power distance
  • 24. Permit more overlapping social roles for sexes.
A) Power distance
B) Uncertainty avoidance
C) Masculine cultures
D) Femenine cultures
  • 25. Members of institutions and organization within a country expect and accept that power distributed unequally
A) Uncertainty avoidance
B) Femenine cultures
C) Masculine cultures
D) Power distance
  • 26. This feeling is expressed through nervous stress and in need for predictability or need for written and unwritten rules.
A) Masculine cultures
B) Power distance
C) Uncertainty avoidance
D) Femenine cultures
  • 27. Focus more collective concern.
A) Sociality oriented societies
B) Task oriented societies
C) Member oriented societies
D) Social oriented
  • 28. Characterized by focus of making a team.
A) Socially oriented societies
B) Sexually oriented societies
C) All of above
D) Task oriented societies
  • 29. Failing to acknowledge conflict withdrawing from it.
A) Obliging style
B) Avoiding style
C) Dominating style
D) Compromising style
  • 30. This style is associated with attempting diminish differences and emphasize commonalities for the purpose of satisfying the needs of the other party.
A) Avoiding style
B) Dominating style
C) Obliging style
D) Compromising style
  • 31. Demands that everyone must giving something up to reach solution.
A) Avoiding style
B) Dominating style
C) Compromising style
D) Itregrating style
  • 32. Open discussion about the conflict to reach a solution that completely satisfies everyone.
A) Dominating style
B) Integrating style
C) Compromising style
D) Avoiding style
  • 33. Forcing one's will on another.
A) Dominating style
B) Compromising style
C) Integrating style
D) Avoiding style
  • 34. Concern with how ordinary people explain that causes of behavior and events.
A) All of above
B) External attribution
C) Internal attribution
D) Attribution theory
  • 35. Driven by motives and emotional attitudes of an individual.
A) External attribution
B) Attribution theory
C) All of above
D) Internal attribution
  • 36. A person wants to understand the world through events with happens around him and a person seeks reason.
A) Internal attribution
B) Attribution theory
C) External attribution
D) Theory
  • 37. An attempt at reducing a difference between speakers and their interlocutors.
A) Convergence
B) Divergence
C) All of above
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