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OPOSQEJ HeP ll 13 HH 5quot 16 Study Guide for GCOM 123 Final Exam 200809 Chapter 1 Communication The Starting Line De ne the basic communication elements contained in the communication models channel sender receiver message encode decode context noise feedback What is the difference between intrapersonal interpersonal small group and public communication Chapter 2 Culture De ne culture Explain how culture in uences communication De ne ethnocentrism and cultural relativism What is a stereotype What are the differences between individualistic and collectivistic cultures What are the differences between low and high power distance cultures What are the differences between masculine and feminine cultures What are the differences between high and lowcontext communication styles Chapter 3 Self Concept How is the selfconcept developed What are some of the in uences on perception gender culture past experiences mood context etc What is selfdisclosure Explain the elements of the Johari s Window What is the selfful lling prophecy De ne the concepts of depth and breadth in terms of selfdisclosure Chapter 4 Perception De ne perception What is a perceptual set What is an inference Chapter 5 Language De ne language Explain the symbolic nature of language Explain the difference between connotative and denotative meaning Explain the SapirWhorf hypothesis and linguistic relativity N Lquot N O bbb OOOQ Chapter 6 Nonverbal Communication What are the functions of nonverbal communication complementing substitution regulation and accentuation Explain the major types of nonverbal communication Kinesics paralanguage chronemics territoriality proxemics and haptics Can you identify the kind of nonverbal communication exhibited in an example How does culture in uence nonverbal communication Chapter 7 Listening De ne listening by its basic elements hearing understanding remembering interpreting evaluating and responding What are the types of listening What are some of the most common ineffective listening behaviors What is the difference between hearing and listening De ne paraphrasing When is paraphrasing most effectively used De ne empathy empathetic How is empathy exhibited most effectively What behaviors fail to exhibit empathy Chapter 9 Person to Person Explain the difference between assertiveness and aggressiveness Chapter 1 1 Groups and Teams De ne small group communication What creates a cooperative climate What are the advantages and disadvantages of small groups What are group norms What is a group role Explain the difference between the three types of group roles What is brainstorming What is critical to its success Explain the decisionmaking process Explain the advantages and disadvantages between the major forms of decision making Chapter 12 Leading Others and Resolving Con ict De ne the ve most common con ict negotiation strategies What is groupthink How might groupthink be avoided De ne the major leadership styles democratic laissez faire and autocratic What are the difference between styles trait and situational approaches to leadership Chapter 13 The Speaker the Audience the


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