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1)
Self-concept is a composite of one’s self-image and self-esteem.
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Question 1 - Self-concept is a composite of one’s self-image and self-esteem.
2)
Characteristics categorized as “Male,” “Female,” “Under 20 years of age,” “Senior citizen,” and “College graduates” would constitute:
(2pts)
Question 2 - Characteristics categorized as “Male,” “Female,” “Under 20 years of age,” “Senior citizen,” and “College graduates” would constitute:
technological tools.
topographic traits.
geographic factors.
demographic traits.
historical trends.
None of the above
3)
Cooley’s looking glass-self reinforces how we look to others and how they view us, treat us and interact with us to gain insight of our own identity.
(2pts)
Question 3 - Cooley’s looking glass-self reinforces how we look to others and how they view us, treat us and interact with us to gain insight of our own identity.
4)
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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Question 4 - 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:
abstraction.
sexist language.
gender bias.
critical language.
confirmation bias.
None of the above
5)
When you write a document or give a presentation, you may not be able to anticipate all the ways an audience might organize the information you present or how they might use it
(2pts)
Question 5 - When you write a document or give a presentation, you may not be able to anticipate all the ways an audience might organize the information you present or how they might use it
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