Match the letter of the example of nonverbal communication with the name of that nonverbal code, Which of the following is NOT a type of audience analysis?, The three levels of persuasion speeches are:

Match the letter of the example of nonverbal communication with the name of that nonverbal code.

 

Paralanguage

 

Kinesics

 

Haptics

 

Proxemics

 

Chronemics

 

Territoriality

 

Appearance

 

Environment

        

A.     

 

Making a fist or pointing a finger in order to stress your point

B.     

 

Sarcasm in your voice to show that you mean the exact opposite of your spoken words

C.     

 

The doctor can make you wait for an hour, but you can't make the doctor wait for you

D.     

 

Selecting your best outfit to wear to an important job interview

E.     

 

Placing an arm around the shoulder of a friend to comfort him when he is sad

F.     

 

The posters hanging on your wall reflect who you are and what you are interested in

G.    

 

Keeping a certain, respectful distance away from other passengers in an elevator

H.     

 

The more important person in the organization gets the larger office

 

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Which of the following is NOT a type of audience analysis?

                  

 

Demographic analysis

                  

Speaker analysis

                  

Psychological analysis

                  

Situational analysis

 

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The three levels of persuasion speeches are:

                  

Fact, Value and Policy

                  

Reinforce, Convert and Actuate

                  

Need, Plan and Practicality

                  

Upper, Lower and Middle Levels

 

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The three Questions of Persuasion Speeches are:

                  

 

Fact, Value and Policy

                  

Reinforce, Convert and Actuate

                  

Need, Plan and Practicality

                  

What's your name? Who's your daddy? Is he rich like me?

 

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After examining answers from a focus group. Alexa concluded that her audience was relatively uninformed about her persuasive topic of Global Warming. Therefore she decided to define key terms and definitions to provide a basic understanding.

 

Her speech content choices are an example of:

                  

 

Audience adaptation

Direct observation

Indirect observation

Delivery adaptation

 

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If you are trying to convince an audience that "A fetus is a human being from the moment of conception," you are presenting a question of:

                  

 

Fact           

Value                  

Policy                 

Controversy

 

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If you are trying to convince an audience that "Steven Spielberg is the greatest movie director of all times," you are presenting a questions of:

                  

 

Fact           

Value                  

Policy                 

Controversy

 

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During a persuasive speech, a speaker says, "Dr. Ashley holds advance degrees in Theology, and has a fluent knowledge of Hebrew and Greek. Through his years of research, he has found the Dead Sea Scrolls to be authentic manuscripts."

 

Which type of source credibility is the speaker emphasizing?

                  

Authority             

Currency            

Objectivity          

Timeliness

All of the above

 

 

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While watching a political debate, you hear one of the candidates state: “Don’t take my word for it; an independent study conducted by Quinnipiac University, an organization known for their neutrality, verified the facts I just presented to you!”

 

What type of source credibility is he emphasizing?

                  

Authority             

Currency            

Objectivity          

Timeliness

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A "Question of Fact" speech claims that something is good or bad, right or wrong, better or worse.

 

True   —-  False

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Most Demonstration Speeches could actually be classified as "Performance Process Informative Speeches."

 

True

 

False

 

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Showing a picture of a grieving family to highlight the damage drunk driving can cause would be using which of the Four Proofs of Persuasion?

                  

 

Ethos                  

Logos                 

Pathos       

Mythos

 

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Ethnocentricity is the belief that:    

 

All cultures are equally important            

No one culture is more important than any other               

Culture should not be considered as you communicate    

Your culture is superior to all others

 

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If you are advocating changing the legal age limit for driving from 16 to 25 to an audience of high school students, you are most likely speaking to what type of audience?

 

                  

Favorable

Middle-of-the-road                

Oppositional

 

 

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If you listen to a speech on the negative effects of energy drinks and you find it to be quite persuasive, yet you are a regular consumer of energy drinks, which of these are you likely to experience?

                  

 

Cognitive dissolution             

Cognitive consistency

Cognitive dissonance

Cognitive complacency

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Listeners will find your information credible and believable if:

                  

It is consistent with their own knowledge, experience, beliefs and attitudes             

It is coming from a person with high credibility         

It is supported by specific and credible evidence      

All of the above

 

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According to your textbook, when quoting an Internet document during a speech, the speaker should usually identify the:

                  

Full address of the website for that document          

 

Author or sponsoring organization responsible for that document

                  

Search engine used to find the document                 

 

All of the above

 

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Informative speeches on 'processes' are usually organized in what organizational pattern?

                  

Chronological              

Spatial                

Causal                

Problem/Solution         

Topical

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Field of study: 

Answer

Core Communication Concepts

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