Communication Breakdown COMM 3050 Chapter 2 Presentation

Sean Patrick, Carter Chase, Marcus Frazier, Lyndsee Halls, Douglas Hansen

Phenomenologi cal Tradition

Semiotic Tradition

SocioPsychological and Cybernetic

SocioCultural Tradition

Rhetorical Tradition

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100 200 300 400 500

The Phenomenological Tradition 100 Points

This refers to the intentional analysis of everyday life from the standpoint of the person who is living it. A. Phenomenology B. Congruence C. Empathic Understanding D. The “Dan in Real Life” phenomenon

The Phenomenological Tradition 100 Points

A. Phenomenology

The Phenomenological Tradition 200 Points
This tradition is the most subjective A. Socio-Cultural B. Semiotic C. Phenomenological D. Cybernetic

The Phenomenological Tradition 200 points

C. Phenomenological

The Phenomenological Tradition 300 Points
This is the tradition that is the most subjective A. Cybernetic B. Sociopsychological C. Sociocultural D. Having grandpa cut the turkey on Thanksgiving

The Phenomenological Tradition 300 Points

B. Sociopsychological

The Phenomenological Tradition 400 Points
The phrase “Walking in someone else’s shoes for a day” is most fitted for this A. Empathic Understanding B. Congruence C. Rhetorical Communication D. Borrowing your friends shoes for a day

The Phenomenological Tradition 400 Points

A. Empathic Understanding

The Phenomenological Tradition 500 Points
This term represents putting on a façade, plays a role, or puts on a front. A. Congruence B. Semiotic C. Unconditional Positive Regard D. An individual on a first date

The Phenomenological Tradition 500 Points

A. Congruence

The Semiotic Tradition 100 Points

Semiotics is the study of _________. A. Producing culture B. Signs C. Persuasion D. Machine Guns

The Semiotic Tradition 100 Points

B. Signs

The Semiotic Tradition 200 Points
Words are arbitrary symbols that have no inherent ________. A. Tradition B. Gang C. Meaning D. Value

The Semiotic Tradition 200 Points

C. Meaning

The Semiotic Tradition 300 Points
Most symbols have a natural connection with the things they describe. A. True B. False C. Both A and B D. All of the above

The Semiotic Tradition 300 Points

B. False

The Semiotic Tradition 400 Points
In Semiotics what component(s) does the Peircean Triad contain? A. Sign B. Relationship C. Signified D. All of the above

The Semiotic Tradition 400 Points

D. All of the above

The Semiotic Tradition 500 Points
In Semiotics the action is learned before the act. A. True B. False C. A and B D. All of the above

The Semiotic Tradition 500 Points

A. True

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 100 Points

Scholars in this tradition look for ______ relationships that will predict when a communication behavior will succeed and when it will fail. A. Cause and Effect B. Healthy C. Real D. Dishonest

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 100 Points

A. Cause and Effect

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 200 Points
A discovery was made in this tradition that a message from a ________ produced large shifts in opinion compared to the same message coming from a lowcredibility source. A. High-Credibility source B. Roger Clemens C. Valid source D. None of the above

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 200 Points

A. High-Credibility Source

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 300 Points
What anchored the Cybernetic tradition that regards communication as the link connecting the separate parts of any system A. Conversation B. Theory C. Feedback D. Duct Tape

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 300 Points

C. Feedback

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 400 Points
________ is a theory that is designed to maximize the amount of information “the system” can carry. A. Systems Theory B. Spiral of Silence Theory C. Information Theory D. Communications Privacy Management Theory

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 400 Points

C. Information Theory

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 500 Points
Two types of credibility that are established in the Socio-Psychological tradition are: A. Peanut Butter and Jelly B. Expertise and Character C. Theory Application and Approach D. All of the above

The Socio-Psychological and Cybernetic Traditions 500 Points

B. Expertise and Character

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 100 Points

The Socio-Cultural tradition suggests that ________ actually structures our perception of reality. A. Reality TV B. Language C. Communication Theory D. Ceremony

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 100 Points

B. Language

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 200 Points
The Socio-Cultural tradition suggests: A. Words reflect what actually exist B. What exists actually reflect words C. Language doesn’t bridge the gap between cultures D. None of the above

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 200 Points

B. What exists actually reflect words

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 300 Points
Socio Cultural theorists state that it is through the process of communication that _______ is produced, maintained, repaired, and transformed. A. Reality B. Tradition C. Theory D. A Communication Degree

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 300 Points

A. Reality

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 400 Points
The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis states that the _______ of a culture’s language shapes what people think and do. A. Shape B. Letters C. Structure D. Truth

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 400 Points

C. Structure

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 500 Points
True or False: According to our text, the Socio-Cultural tradition offers help in bridging the culture gap that exists between “us” and “them”.

The Socio-Cultural Tradition 500 Points

True

The Rhetorical Tradition 100 Points

True or False: There are a half dozen features that characterize the tradition of rhetorical communication

The Rhetorical Tradition 100 Points

True

The Rhetorical Tradition 200 Points
In this feature of the rhetorical tradition, rhetoric is more art than science. A. Oral public persuasion is the province of males B. An emphasis on the power and beauty of language C. A single speaker attempts to influence an audience D. Public address is more effective than force

The Rhetorical Tradition 200 Points

B. An emphasis on the power and beauty of language.

The Rhetorical Tradition 300 Points
In 1963 this famous man crafted his moving speech using traditional rhetorical format A. Ike Turner B. Martin Luther King Jr. C. John F. Kennedy D. Hitler

The Rhetorical Tradition 300 Points

B. Martin Luther King Jr.

The Rhetorical Tradition 400 Points
Rhetoric is best suited for: A. One on one conversation B. Small group communication C. Large group communication D. One person addressing many

The Rhetorical Tradition 400 Points

D. One person addressing many

The Rhetorical Tradition 500 Points
Rhetoric is known as a/an. A. Art form B. Science C. Both A and B D. A waste of time

The Rhetorical Tradition 500 Points

A. Art form

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