COM208 UNIT 2 QUIZ 2017 (Perfect Answer)

Question 1______________________ is the relatively specialized lifestyle of a group of people.Answers:a. Cultureb. Racec. Religiond. NationalityQuestion 2All of the following exemplify an individualistic culture EXCEPTAnswers:a. the lone ranger, riding into the sunset.b. “looking out for number one.”c. “there is no ‘I’ in ‘team’.”d. the “me generation.”Question 30 out of 10 pointsInIn a ______________________ culture, such as ______________________, both men and women are encouraged to be modest and oriented to maintaining quality of life.Answers:a. masculine, Japanb. feminine, Norwayc. feminine, the United Statesd. masculine, the United StatesQuestion 4In a(n) ______________________ culture, members are responsible for the entire group.Answers:a. high-power-distanceb. masculinec. individualisticd. collectivistQuestion 5According to ______________________, speakers make their communication styles similar to listeners’ to gain their approval and achieve greater efficiency.Answers:a. the Linguistic Relativity Hypothesisb. communication accommodation theoryc. cultural sensitivityd. the principle of adjustmentQuestion 6A commitment to the ways and beliefs of your culture is termedAnswers:a. cultureb. cultural sensitivityc. enculturationd. ethnic identityQuestion 7Seeing your own culture as inherently better than other cultures is termedAnswers:a. ethnocentrismb. acculturationc. enculturationd. stereotypingQuestion 8C. H. Cooley’s concept of the looking-glass self says thatAnswers:a. your self-concept develops through looking at the image of yourself that others reveal to you.b. significant others learn their self-concepts from your verbal and nonverbal messages.c. you compare yourself to persons in groups you are with and see how you measure up.d. you interpret and evaluate your own behavior.Question 9Which of the following is NOT an influence on the self-concept?Answers:a. others’ image of youb. your own interpretations and evaluationsc. social comparisonsd. your genetic make-upQuestion 10The extent to which you know yourself accurately is referred to as (the)Answers:a. self-awareness.b. self-concept.c. self-esteem.d. self.Question 11Which one of the four selves represents truths about yourself that neither you nor others know?Answers:a. blind selfb. open selfc. unknown selfd. hidden selfQuestion 12Which one of the four selves represents information you know about yourself but others do not.Answers:a. blind selfb. open selfc. hidden selfd. unknown selfQuestion 13Taylor is very open about his political views and discusses them with anyone who will listen. This is an example of information in his ______________________ self.Answers:a. assertiveb. openc. hiddend. blindQuestion 140 out of 10 pointsIn Which of the following is NOT true in regard to self-esteem?Answers:a.  When you feel good about yourself you will perform better.b. Seeking out nourishing people will enhance your self-esteemc. Selecting projects that will result in success will boost your self-esteem.d. Setting high standards in all areas will enhance your self-esteem.Question 15If you believe you’re going to score an “A” on a test, you may start studying more, which in turn may lead to that high grade. This would exemplify the _____________________Answers:a. self-fulfilling prophecy.b. pygmalion effect.c. implicit personality theory.d. pollyanna effect.