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1.| Question :| The totality of a group's thought, experiences, and patterns of behavior transmitted over the course of generations is part of the definition of:|
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| Student Answer:| | cultural identity |
| | | culture |
| | | norms |
| | | race |
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| Points Received:| 4 of 4 |
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2.| Question :| In Hofstede's categorization of elements of culture, a country's Independence Day parades would be an example of:|
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| Student Answer:| | hero |
| | | ritual |
| | | symbol |
| | | value |
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| Points Received:| 0 of 4 |
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3.| Question :| The direct observation, reporting, and evaluation of the customary behavior of a culture is known as:|
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| Student Answer:| | Co-cultural communication |
| | | Cultural studies approach |
| | | Ethnography |
| | | Hofstede's element of culture |
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| Points Received:| 4 of 4 |
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4.| Question :| One’s identification with and perceived acceptance into a group that has a shared system of symbols and norms is a definition of:|
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| Student Answer:| | cultural identity |
| | | culture |
| | | norms |
| | | race |
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| Points Received:| 4 of 4 |
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5.| Question :| As evidence that social class can be the basis for a subculture or culture within a culture, studies have shown that in child rearing, middle-class parents emphasize:|
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| Student Answer:| | Good manners |
| | | Obedience |
| | | Neatness |
| | | Self-control |
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| Points Received:| 0 of 4 |
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6.| Question :| Within the territorial limits of the United States is (are):|
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| Student Answer:| | only one homogeneous culture |
| | | only 51 at least partially sovereign governments | | | | over 300 at least partially sovereign nations |
| | | over 1,000 at least partially sovereign nations | |
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| Points Received:| 0 of 4 |
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7.| Question :| Environmentalists are an example of a:|
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| Student Answer:| | culture |
| | | culture within a culture |
| | | subculture |
| | | subgroup |
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| Points Received:| 0 of 4 |
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8.| Question :| From a sociohistorical perspective, the definition of race:|
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| Student Answer:| | does not vary from culture to culture | | | | has not changed over time |
| | | is based in genetic testing |
| | | is socially determined through debate |
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| Points Received:| 0 of 4 |
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9.| Question :| Michael Omi's statement that "You can be born one race and die another" is consistent with which perspective on race?|
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| Student Answer:| | sociohistorical |
| | | biological |
| | | culture |
| | | scientific |
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| Points Received:| 4 of 4 |
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10.| Question :| The formal study of intercultural communication is generally associated with:|
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| Student Answer:| | the creation of the Peace Corps in the 1960s | | | | the publication of Edward Hall's The Silent Language in 1959 | | | | the publication of David Berlo's The Process of Communication in 1960 | | | | the publication of Edward Hall's Beyond Culture in 1976 | | | | the publication of Lon Clark's Why I Love China in 2012 | |

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| Points Received:| 0 of 4 |
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11.| Question :| A Confucian understanding of communication stresses the:|
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| Student Answer:| | delivery of face-to-face messages | | | | importance of the receiver |
| | | importance of the source |
| | | process whereby parties search to develop and maintain a social relationship | |
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