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_____ is an act or process of presenting arguments to move, motivate, or change your audience.

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Coercion
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Persuasion
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Affiliation
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Motivation
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Manipulation
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The text suggests that rather than viewing a speech as a means to get everyone to agree with you, look at the concept of _____, a system of assessing the extent to which audience members respond to a persuasive message.

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measurable gain
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framing
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ratings
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gatekeeping
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marginal gain
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Knowledge of a product, field, trends in the field, and even research can make a salesperson more effective by the appeal to the principle of _____.

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scarcity
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liking
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reciprocity
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consensus
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authority
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A persuasive speech addressed to a group of eighth graders asking them to not start taking tobacco and drugs in the future is an example of a call to action with _____ as its goal.

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suspension
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adoption
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discontinuance
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espousal
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deterrance
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None of the above
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An elevator speech:
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is not a full sales pitch.
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cannot be a formal event.
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should rattle off as much information as possible in a short time.
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should present a “canned” thirty-second advertising message.
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is generic and nonspecific by definition.
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_____ are brief statements that zero in on the point of a larger or longer message and are often excised from interviews and articles, and presented apart from the context in which they were originally written or spoken.
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Attention statements
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Expositions
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Sound bites
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Slogans
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Statements of purpose
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None of the above
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The business stage of a telephone conversation:
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signals that business is concluded.
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sees greetings being reciprocated.
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forms the substance of conversation
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has both parties identifying themselves.
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is where the purpose and tone of the conversation are established.
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None of the above
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In a meeting, this is a list of it ems for discussion and action.
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Reports
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New business
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Good of the order
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Roll call
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Adjournment
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None of the above
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A media interview:
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should be avoided, if possible.
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cannot be seen as a positive opportunity.
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can give you an edge of credibility
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is an informational interview.
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is not necessarily for the purpose of broadcasting.
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All of the above
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None of the above
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P erforming the role of introducing a person does not follow any of the rhetorical principles seminal to a business writing course.
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 _____ are words, sounds, or images that compel the audience to pass them along.
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Viral messages
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Hyperlinks
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Instant messages
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Text messages
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Viruses
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None of the above
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Which of the following statements about the importance of communication is true?
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Communication improves with effort, persistence, and self-correction.
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Communication cannot be learned.
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Communication skills are mostly relevant to high-skilled jobs.
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Communication skills have little impact on promotion potential.
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All of the above
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None of the above
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Ethics refers to a set of principles or rules for correct conduct.
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According to the text, when a word stands in for the actual event, but is not the event itself, it can be described as a _____.
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language
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symbol
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concept
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sound
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code
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How can a communicator ensure that he uses concrete terms and examples so that his audience grasps his message better?
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By utilizing arbitrary words
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By using symbolic words
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By opting for a base level of abstraction
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By employing a high level of abstraction
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All of the above
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None of the above
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Self-concept is a composite of one’s self-image and self-esteem.
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Characteristics categorized as “Male,” “Female,” “Under 20 years of age,” “Senior citizen,” and “College graduates” would constitute:
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topographic traits.
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historical trends.
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geographic factors.
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demographic traits.
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technological tools.
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None of the above
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While writing, George only pays attention to information that reinforces his existing beliefs, and ignores or discredits information that contradicts his beliefs. This implies that George is guilty of:
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abstraction.
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confirmation bias.
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gender bias.
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critical language.
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sexist language.
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None of the above
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Business writing often involves communication via words and symbols in ways that meet audience expectations; in many cases, the audience needs to be able to _____ the content, and _____ is secondary.
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skim, understanding
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like, precision
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access, credibility
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use, accuracy
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analyze, reading
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A thesis statement should be a declarative statement, be a complete sentence, use specific language, be a single idea, and reflect consideration of the audience.
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Which of the following statements is true?
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While paraphrasing you can give due credit, but your citation will be more informal. While paraphrasing, your writing should parrot the original passage and merely substitute synonyms for words in the original.
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While paraphrasing, if you are satisfied that your expression of the concept can stand on its own merit, you can use it without citing the source.
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Verbatim quoting invariably attracts charges of plagiarism.
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Since summarizing is an act of reductionism, the original richness in detail that surrounds the original can be maintained.
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All of the above
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None of the above
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While discussing strategies to clarify your writing style, the author urges you to “count the number of conjunctions (such as “and”) in your document.” What specifically is the author hoping to achieve with this strategy?
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Eliminate archaic expressions or references
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Break up long sentences
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Evaluate clichés
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Delete repetitious words
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All of the above
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None of the above
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_____ refers to how information is presented in a document. This can be done by using various margins, line justifications, and templates.
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Visual aids
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Paragraphs
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White space
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Typefaces
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All of the above
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None of the above
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Unlike an e-mail that can support an attachment, the letter cannot have additional documents delivered with it.
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According to the text, which part of a persuasive sales message is calculated to make the sale, make the receiver remember you, and incorporates important information, like a contact phone number?
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Attention statement
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Introduction
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Body
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Conclusion
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Residual message
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None of the above
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Sometimes, a speech may have more than one purpose.
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When giving a speech you need to show your audience respect and honor rules by working within the time limits. Hence, you should present just the key points by:
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narrowing your topic.
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providing an abundance of background information.
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stretching the time limit.
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expanding the scope of the speech.
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omitting to credit sources.
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All of the above
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None of the above
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In the Middle East and Latin America, the rules are generally understood by everyone, and people from these cultures tend to be more accommodating to small differences and are less concerned about whether or not everyone plays by the same rules. This implies that these cultures exhibit a(n):
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explicit context
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discriminatory stance
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implicit context
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goal-oriented attitude
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prejudiced mindset
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None of the above
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When you ask your boss if your project was approved by the client and he responds with a thumbs-up sign, he is using the non-verbal expression of:
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masking.
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emblems.
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adaptors.
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complementing.
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All of the above
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None of the above
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The text specifically recommends recording and viewing a video of oneself speaking as a way of:
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using visual aids.
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revising the explicit content of your speech.
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observing one’s verbal communication.
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improving videography skills.
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watching audience reactions.
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None of the above
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Discuss the difference between active voice and passive voice.

Which of these is the preferred style by business communication resources?

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When using active voice,the subject performs the action noted by the main verb.When using the passive voice,the subject is acted upon by another agent or an unknown something. Business communication resources prefer using active voice.

Word count: 35 words
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Share what you have learned from this course and how it has helped you both personally and

professionally in the area of communication.  (150 WORDS MINIMUM)

(20pts)
Danielle's answers

What I have  learned from this course has to be the importance of being aware of how you are seen. So many times in my personal and business life I pay so much attention to what others are saying and doing that I often assume I am being perceived as I intended. As I look back on certain circumstances I could have resolved issues much more effectively if I viewed how I was coming off to others. With this course I have began to check myself and review not just what I am saying but how I am saying it. I have been guilty of saying one thing but my face saying something opposite. I also feel that now I understand the importance of being prepared and how to take presentation to the next level through the use of visual aids and elevator pitches. Overall this experience has taken my communication skills to a much more advanced level and made me more comfortable to communicate in a range of settings.

Word count: 170 words

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