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Organizational Communication Study Set 1

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Quiz 2 :

Defining Organizational Communication

Quiz 2 :

Defining Organizational Communication

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Which of the following approaches to communication can be most useful in understanding the role that leaders play in organizations?
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Since the 1960s, which of the following has been the primary focus of social theorists?
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Although dated, which of the following models of communication is still useful to certain organizational situations, such as the giving and receiving of technical instructions?
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The approach to organizational communication that highlights the importance of feedback is
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Which of the following is NOT one of the three main factors that contributes to information overload?
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According to Mead, the self consists of two interrelated "stories":
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Which of the following approaches to communication recognizes that clarity is not always the main goal in interaction?
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The definition of dialogue that allows all participants the ability to voice their opinions and perspectives is called
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When individuals communicate without purpose or conscious thought, they are said to be engaging in which of the following kinds of communication?
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Which of the following perspectives on dialogue sees dialogue as a fundamental human activity?
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Dialogue that refers to the ability to understand or imagine the world as another person understands or imagines it is defined as
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Which of the following approaches to understanding organizational communication sees communicators as always having multiple goals and many different ways of pursuing those goals?
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In order to become more mindful communicators, we are required to do all of the following EXCEPT
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Which of the following approaches to communication often comes at the cost of building strong communities?
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According to William Wentworth, the balance of creativity and constraint in social life is achieved through
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Which of the following concepts is characterized by the irony that individuals rarely get to see the reality they set out to create?
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Which of the following concepts does dialogue theorist David Bohm liken to the difference between "thinking" and "having thoughts"?
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Which of the following concepts best illustrates communication that has both purpose and strategy?
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Giddens's theory of structuration influenced which of the following communication theories?
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The concept of distortion refers to the effects of noise on the receiver's ability to process a message. According to the information-transfer approach, noise can be all of the following types EXCEPT
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