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1. ____ is the process of creating and sending symbolic behavior, and the interpretation between people
a. Self-governing Law
b. Culture
c. Communication
d. Law of social structure

2.___ is the way of life of a group of people, including symbols, values, behaviors, artifacts and other shared aspects.
a. Communication
b. Culture
c. Law of social structure
d. Self-governing Law

3.Before class you had an argument with your best friend. When you arrive at class you have difficulty concentrating because you keep thinking about this argument. This is an example of ___.
a. External noise
b. Channel crossing
c. Internal noise
d. Self-governing law

4.___ context refers to the order the communication happens in the sequence of events, and ___ context refers to the power dynamic between the communicators.
a. Physical; temporal
b. Temporal; social-psychological
c. Physical; cultural
d. Cultural; social-psychological

5.___ context refers to the social norms between the communicators, and ___ refers to the location in which the communication takes place.
a. Social-psychological; temporal
b. Temporal; social-psychological
c. Cultural; physical
d. Physical; cultural

6.The ___ is the medium through which the message travels.
a. Context
b. Channel
c. Temporal culture
d. Decoder

7.When we say that communication is ___ we mean that we are continually sending and receiving messages.
a. Transactional
b. Contextual
c. Constitutive
d. Normative

8.A(n) ______ is seeking legal protection from a new country due to things like famine. A(n) ___ is someone who has left their country due to threat of freedom or life.
a. Guardian, refugee
b. Asylum seeker, refugee
c. Refugee, Asylum seeker
d. Native, refugee

9.Determining a course of action that has the greatest benefit for the greatest number of people is called utilitarianism.
a. False
b. True

10.Morality refers to making choices based simply on what seems good or beneficial to us without regard for others.
Select one:
a. True
b. False

11.When determining an overarching guideline of behavior toward other people, many scholars advocate the ______ which states that we should not harm others and should treat them well.

Select one:
a. Law of social structure
b. Cultural principle
c. Humanistic principle
d. Self-governing law

12._____ is the idea that people in each culture create their own accepted norms about what is right or wrong, with each ethical system being equally as acceptable as any other system.

Select one:
a. Self-governing law
b. Law of social structure
c. Humanistic principle
d. Cultural relativism

13.Dialogic ethic states that as we determine ethics across cultures, we should discuss with the parties involved what sorts of ethical guidelines should be in effect.

Select one:
a. False
b. True

14.Traditionally, ____ refers to the activities and expressions of the social elite. This includes opera, classic literature, and art museums.

Select one:
a. Popular culture
b. Low culture
c. High culture
d. European culture

15.Traditionally, ____ refers to the activities of common people. This includes reality television, sports, and comic books.

Select one:
a. High culture
b. Popular culture
c. American culture
d. European culture

16.Your ____ refers to beliefs about humans and their role in the cosmos.

Select one:
a. Norms
b. Values
c. World view
d. Mores

17.Values are ideals or priorities a culture holds to be important.

Select one:
a. False
b. True

18.Attitudes are expectations for how one should act in certain situations.

Select one:
a. True
b. False

19.Social systems include a culture’s economic, educational, family, legal and political structures.

Select one:
a. True
b. False

20.The process of learning the rules of your own culture is called acculturation.

Select one:
a. True
b. False

21.___ is when cultures change due to a new artifact, idea or behavioral practice.

Select one:
a. Acculturation
b. Diffusion
c. Hybridity
d. Innovation

22.___ refers to the blending of cultures.

Select one:
a. Innovation
b. Hybridity
c. Diffusion
d. Acculturation

23.The spreading of artifacts as a method of changing culture is called ___.

Select one:
a. Innovation
b. Diffusion
c. Hybridity
d. Acculturation

24.___ refers to supposed biological differences between groups, but ___ refers to a sense of shared history and geographical ancestry.

Select one:
a. Race; ethnicity
b. Race; hybridity
c. Ethnicity; hybridity
d. Ethnicity; race

25.The belief that our culture or group is better than others is called ____.

Select one:
a. Diffusion
b. Ethnocentrism
c. Hybridity
d. Ethnicity
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25.The belief that our culture or group is better than others is called ____. Select one: a. Diffusion b. Ethnocentrism c. Hybridity d. Ethnicity

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24.___ refers to supposed biological differences between groups, but ___ refers to a sense of shared history and geographical ancestry. Select one: a. Race; ethnicity b. Race; hybridity c. Ethnicity; hybridity d. Ethnicity; race

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23.The spreading of artifacts as a method of changing culture is called ___. Select one: a. Innovation b. Diffusion c. Hybridity d. Acculturation

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22.___ refers to the blending of cultures. Select one: a. Innovation b. Hybridity c. Diffusion d. Acculturation

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21.___ is when cultures change due to a new artifact, idea or behavioral practice. Select one: a. Acculturation b. Diffusion c. Hybridity d. Innovation

Cultural hybridity is when a person from a different background adds to another culture. One advantage of this is that people can become more acceptant of other beliefs, races, languages, and religions.
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20.The process of learning the rules of your own culture is called acculturation. Select one: a. True b. False

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Acculturation is when someone adopts some culture of another country and keeps some of their own.
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19.Social systems include a culture’s economic, educational, family, legal and political structures. Select one: a. True b. False

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18.Attitudes are expectations for how one should act in certain situations. Select one: a. True b. False

True: attitudes are expectations or behavioural beliefs about specific outcomes
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5. c
6. b
7. b
8. B
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17.Values are ideals or priorities a culture holds to be important. Select one: a. False b. True

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13.Dialogic ethic states that as we determine ethics across cultures, we should discuss with the parties involved what sorts of ethical guidelines should be in effect. Select one: a. False b. True

A second principle that Martin and Nakayama (2002) describe, the dialogic ethic, states that as we determine ethics across cultures, we should discuss with the parties involved what sorts of ethical guidelines should be in effect.
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7.When we say that communication is ___ we mean that we are continually sending and receiving messages. a. Transactional b. Contextual c. Constitutive d. Normative

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