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Which term refers to how people in a culture perceive and use time?
a) chronemics. b) paralinguistics. c) oculesics. d) kinesics.
Which one is NOT included in deep culture?
a) Personalities (historical figures, local heroes) that people in a culture value b) cultural beliefs that influence how people live c) cultural beliefs that influence how families function d) cultural attitudes about religion, health, life, death
Surface culture is the term used to describe...
a) the elements of a culture that can be seen. b) an unfair and often unfavorable feeling or opinion formed without thinking deeply and clearly. c) elements like ceremony, aesthetics, and ethics. d) elements like family ties, gender roles, and grooming and presence.
Deep culture is the term used to describe...
a) the underlying value and belief system of a society. b) celebrations of diversity such as Black History Month c) the degree to which a person is changed when he lives for a long time in a non-native culture. d) elements of a culture such as folklore and history.
Surface culture includes all of the following EXCEPT
a) values. b) food. c) holidays. d) the fine arts.
The term haptics describes
a) how individuals use touch to communicate. b) how we use eye contact to communicate. c) the ways people view and use time. d) the approximate value of one's own cultural values when compared to others.
Listeners can infer whether a speaker is being sarcastic or humorous by considering the speaker's tone of voice. This example of non-verbal communication is termed
a) paralinguistics. b) oculesics. c) chronemics. d) kinesics.
Proxemics refers to...
a) space and accepted distance between individuals of a given culture. b) the ways people view and use time. c) the set of vocal, nonverbal utterances that carry and augment meaning. d) whether or not it is acceptable for conversation participants to interrupt each other.
Kinesics is...
a) body language, including gestures, posture, and facial expression. b) the approximate value of one's own cultural values when compared to others. c) how individuals use touch to communicate. d) whether or not it is acceptable for conversation participants to interrupt each other.
Oculesics means...
a) communication through the eyes (widening your eyes or narrowing them; using eye contact; etc.) b) space and accepted distance between individuals of a given culture. c) whether or not it is acceptable for conversation participants to interrupt each other. d) body language, including gestures, posture, and facial expression.
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