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BUS 300 Week 3 Quiz 2

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 BUS 300 Week 3 Quiz 2

This quiz consist of 30 multiple choice questions. The first 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 3. The second 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 4. 

  1. In semantics, a word that connotes is a word that
  2. Professor Everett Rogers is associated with which of the following theory of communication?

  3. The overall study of how communication is used to direct and control is called

  4. The professor listened to the student's explanation why the paper was late.  The student claimed that the campus-wide computer system crashed overnight.  Upon checking, the professor confirmed what the student had said, illustrating that a message initially

  5. When the media use terms, such as Gen-Xers, policy wonks, bankers, and feminist, they are resorting to using

  6. Of all effects that a message may trigger, which is much more common?

  7. The reason opinion leaders are targeted as primary receivers for critical messages is

  8. Feedback is critical to communication because from it

  9. For public relations professionals, being the best communicator in an organization

  10. Typical goals for communication include

  11. Which of the following is true about public relations models introduced by Grunig & Hunt?

  12. Andy picked up a brochure at the checkout counter in a sporting goods store because the cover had what appeared to be a logo for his favorite team. Upon a closer look, he realized the logo was for a team in a different sport, a sport he did not follow. He interpreted the message incorrectly because of

  13. In the S-E-M-D-R and S-M-R models, the S and M, respectively, stand for

  14. Which of the following occurs if a message is coherent?

  15. Rajiv kept forgetting to e-mail his family back home, even though he felt he should when he was on his computer every evening. Finally, his wife scanned in a photograph of his mother and father.  Now, the photo will pop up every time he boots up. The first time Rajiv sees the photo, he goes right to his e-mail and sends his folks a quick message. The photo

  16. From classic persuasion theory, we learn that a person who skims the surface and doesn't focus on the intricacies of an argument is

  17. Most public relations programs are said to be designed

  18. ________ aligns communications with an organization's character and action.

  19. Persuading a person to move from a latent state of attitude formation to a more aware state and, finally, to an active state is a matter of ________.

  20. Using your experiences, especially when they reflect how you've overcome obstacles, is an appeal based largely on

  21. Google, The Coca-Cola Company, and Microsoft Corporation have

  22.  Social judgment theory suggests

  23. Among the "Laws of Public Opinion," one places emphasis on

  24. The ________ model tackles what motivates people to change their attitude..

  25. In the hierarchy of needs theory, the second level focuses on

  26. Recent research indicates that an attitude is more likely

  27. Well into the 1980s, most companies maintained

  28. If your parents have owned only SUVs since you can recall, when you go to purchase your first vehicle as a new parent, it is likely that you will first consider buying an SUV because your attitude has been influenced most by the ________ characteristic.

  29. The so-called "Laws of Public Opinion" were developed by

  30. To indicate what your organization believes about a clean environment, you need to provide indisputable

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