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1)
Specific purposes involve the overall goal of the communication interaction: to inform; to persuade; to entertain; to facilitate interaction; or to motivate a reader.
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Question 1 - Specific purposes involve the overall goal of the communication interaction: to inform; to persuade; to entertain; to facilitate interaction; or to motivate a reader.
2)
Which of the following is an ethical way of using material verbatim from another source, consquently avoiding charges of plagiarism?
(2pts)
Question 2 - Which of the following is an ethical way of using material verbatim from another source, consquently avoiding charges of plagiarism?
By embellishing the idea with your own interpretations
By restating the thought in your own words
By merely borrowing the idea
By paraphrasing the material
By giving due credit to the source
None of the above
3)

Which of the following aspects of “self” is most resistant to change?

(2pts)
Question 3 - Which of the following aspects of “self” is most resistant to change?
Beliefs
Attitudes
Values
Preferences
View-points
None of the above
4)
 _____ can be defined as “self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking.”
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Question 4 -  _____ can be defined as “self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking.”
Intellectualism
Self-centered thinking
Lateral thinking
Conventional thinking
Critical thinking
None of the above
5)
Characteristics categorized as “Male,” “Female,” “Under 20 years of age,” “Senior citizen,” and “College graduates” would constitute:
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Question 5 - Characteristics categorized as “Male,” “Female,” “Under 20 years of age,” “Senior citizen,” and “College graduates” would constitute:
demographic traits.
technological tools.
topographic traits.
geographic factors.
historical trends.
None of the above
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