1. Experts in communication say that as much as ______ of the message we send is conveyed nonverbally.
2. Facial management techniques __________.
3. Men tend to express personal problems to people that they are close to because they ________.
4. Different _____ can significantly impact what a company may or may not display from its servers.
5. Cultural context is ____________________.
6. _________ provides the incumbent with an advantage.
7. Conference committees are ________ and negotiate differences between ________.
8. The ways in which a culture judges good or bad, or right or wrong is often determined by ______.
9. A ________ examines each part of a message and determines whether to let that part pass.
10. The process of sending and receiving messages without using any spoken words defines _____.
11. The earliest means of human communication is __________.
12. A live singing performance allows the audience to perceive ________ forms of communication.
13. A live singing performance allows the audience to perceive ________ forms of communication.
14. Discussions of masculinity and femininity focus on ____________.
15. Simulacra is the façade that replaces the real to such an extent that the real or actual ceases to be.
16. A kind of doom and despair, a sense of meaninglessness and hopelessness that is created by prolonged oppression is known as:
17. Discipline to shape the self in relation to systems of power.
18. Differences between socially constructed places of divergence.
19. The belief that our struggles are so great as to be impossible to change, leading to the feeling that we have diminishing agency, diminishing ability to change what we feel should change is known as:
20. Critical Literacy is listening to evaluate an argument’s strengths and limitations.
21. This is an act by those outside of power that resists the dominant group is known as:
22. Surveillance is a system of observation, often working to discipline a person into behaving in “appropriate” ways.
23. In deCerteau’s analysis of power, this is something people already in power use to maintain power is called __________.
24. ___________ is critically reading and working against dominant messages or discourses one might face.
25. Representation is the re-presentation of something that is already present—a replica or mirror or reflection of something already there/occurred.
26. According to de Certeau, an act of transgression into the territory of the powerful for subversive purposes is known as:
27. A theory that shows how media require a relationship to the audience for success is called __________ .
28. One way a subject becomes a subject is through a call and response communication _____________ .
29. In interpellation, the call or offer of a possible identity is known as :
30. Individuals use and create media even as that media uses and creates us is known :
31. ___________ revealing information about yourself another person would not readily know about you.
32. In Goffman’s sense, a carefully crafted performance, one that we all stylize, rehearse and produce for an audience is called __________.
33. __________ repeated actions that are not individual, but instead repeated within a pattern that is historical (from the past) and social (shared across culture/s) which guide your life in everyday and often overlooked ways.
34. Baxter and Montgomery’s theory that shows us how our relational lives are always in flux and always subject to contradictory impulses
35. An-other who is fully realized as a person, a whole being is known as:
36. Communication about communication is called ____________ .
37. Listening means meeting another in the moment, in the active and engaged spirit of dialogue.
38. Buber’s ideal relationship characterized as a living moment of being with another that refuses objectification or dehumanization is known as:
39. _________an exchange or interaction that occurs between people who are in an interdependent relationship.
40. ____________ is the sense of feeling as though both members of a relationship rely on, contribute to and benefit from the relationship.
41. Frame is the context, environment or set of circumstances that helps one understand how to process, or work through, an instance of communication is called ___________ .
42. ____________ is a figure of speech that stands in for or condenses meanings and assumptions without, in most cases, a very complicated understanding of them.
43. A form of evidence consisting of a first-hand accounting of an experience is known as :
44. A belief that produces the behavior in others or the self that was believed to have been there all along is known as:
45. A citation or cultural shortcut, that positions someone whose perspective we don’t share as inauthentic is called __________.
46. Peer-reviewed research is called quality sources that one should rely on when preparing a speech.
47. A form of citing sources where it appears in the text and in a bibliography, reference page, or works cited is known as:
48. A language device that makes shortcuts in our meaning making is called __________.
49. The practice of citing your sources, being truthful and advocating for the public good is called __________.
50. _____________ is the study of how people use space to communicate, including their relative (dis)comfort with intrusions into their personal space.
51. Haptics is the study of the significance of touch.
52. Haptics is the study of the significance of touch.
53. The tone and rate of speech; other non-verbal sounds, such as a sigh or a whistle, that accompany words is known as:
54. Nonverbal communication means all modes of communication except language, including non-word vocals, gestures, use of space, time, artifacts, and smell.
55. Nonverbal study of our gestures, movements and facial expressions is called _________.
56. Epistemology is the study of knowing, or how we know what we know.
57. Producing knowledge; in relationship to the body, the body is a site through which we come to know, to gain knowledge about the world is known as :
58. The nonverbal study of how time functions as part of communication is known as:
59. ______________ is the notion that our bodies and identities are inextricably intertwined.
60. The study of how we come to learn and know within our flesh—our neurons, muscles, bones, and other tissues is called _________.
61. Artifacts is a nonverbal study of our use of objects.
62. Atomistic is breaking down living speech into smaller and smaller bits so we can analyze it.
63. Verbal Communication is language and other symbol oriented systems of communication.
64. Speech acts means moments when language accomplishes some action.
65. A theory that states that some language does more than simply name the state of affairs, but creates them is called ___________ .
66. In Saussure’s structural analysis of language, the signifier is the spoken or written representation of something or someone is called _________.
67. Signified is in Saussure’s structural analysis of language, the signified is the connotative meanings surrounding a word.
68. ____________ in Saussure’s structural analysis of language, the sign is the signifier and signified together
69. Semiotic Perspective is a structural understanding of language as arbitrary, ambiguous and abstract.
70. _____________ is the study of the structure of language, analyzing language via the use of symbols and their connected referents.
71. Theory that claims that our thoughts shape our reality, our language shapes our thoughts, and, therefore, our language shapes our reality is called __________ .
72. Stewart’s alternative to semiotics, challenging the structural formalism of Saussure is known as :
73. Perlocutionary Acts in speech act theory, this is the effect of a given message.
74. _____________ in speech act theory, words that do not just describe a state of affairs.
75. Locutionary Act in speech act theory, this is the surface level meaning of a speech act.
76. ___________ in speech act theory, this is the intent of a given message.
77. ___________ in speech act theory, words that describe or identify a state of affairs.
78. ____________ in Stewart’s post-semiotic approach to language, this term represents the idea that language is a living process that requires speakers to negotiate with one another in order to make meaning.
79. Performativity is a process of a repetition of actions that produce identity.
80. Repeated actions that are not individual:
81. _____________ is an identity theory that claims that who we are is the result of our repeated.
82. _____________ means easy conclusions about people that reduce them from unique individuals to predictable types .
83. The assumption that people are, essentially or fundamentally, their positionalities is known as:
84. Dialectic is a relationship between two opposites.
85. A theory that contends that we stand in relation to one another within systems of power is called____________ .
86. Where we stand in relation to various categories or elements of difference
87. _____________ is Audre Lorde’s metaphor for those who occupy positions of power in society; that they are “the norm,” or even average or typical, are a myth.
88. A way of seeing yourself within social categories, always in relation to each other is known as:
89. Agency is the conscious ability to reproduce or resist social systems.
90. _______________ means Goffman’s contention that we build an impression of ourselves and for others.
91. ____________ devised by George Herbert Mead and so named by Herbert Blumer, theorizes that the self is a product of the messages that it has encountered over past interactions.
92. View of communication as a process, as a messy enterprise that we all engage in, searching for meaning in ourselves and in each other as we make our way through the world is known as:
93. How one sees the world, as influenced by the __________ experiences that frame and mark her/him.
94. The self or the answer to the question “who am I?” with the added recognition that the “who” is always emerging from the cultures to which we belong is known as:
95. ___________ means Includes the specialized words or jargon organizational members use; often used to demonstrate who is an in-group member.
96. A stage within group or team formation that is characterized by conflict is called __________.
97. Stories are two ways cultural members share experiences and build meaning with each other.
98. Rites are formalized events in cultural membership.
99. Shared, global understandings of objects, individuals and processes in an organizational culture is known as :
100. The processes organizational members use to achieve common goals is known as Practices.
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