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COM 230 Lesson 5 Quiz

Total Score 25 out of 25, 100%

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1 of 25
Individuals from low-contact cultures are more comfortable with physical touch.

  • True
  • False
     

Question
2 of 25
How quickly and rigidly people conform to the rules and standards of a group depends on the

  • individual characteristics of the group members.
  • clarity of the norm and the certainty of punishment for breaking the norm.
  • number of people who have already conformed to the norm.
  • all of the above.


Question
3 of 25
Managing virtual teams requires the establishment of communication ___________ and __________

  • URLs; domain names.
  • avatars; common emojis.
  • ground rules; expectations
  • leaders; followers.


Question
4 of 25
Speaking faster in a diverse intercultural group helps members acclimate.

  • True
  • False


Question
5 of 25
People who function in monochronic time are more comfortable with doing only one activity at a time.

  • True
  • False


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6 of 25
The power of attractiveness, likeability, and charisma is _____________ power.

  • legitimate  
  • referent
  • expert
  • coercive


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7 of 25
 Roles may only be formally assigned 

  • True
  • False


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8 of 25
Norms do not reduce the uncertainty that occurs when people congregate.

  • True
  • False


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9 of 25
Task leader, information gatherers, and devil's advocate are each a part of

  • individual roles.
  • task roles.
  • maintenance roles.
  • individualistic roles.


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10 of 25
If you understand how group roles form and how various roles function, you will be better able to help a group achieve its purpose.

  • True
  • False


Question
11 of25
A major challenge for teams composed of speakers of different languages is that the building of trust and relationships is largely language dependent.

  • True
  • False


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12 of 25
A blocker, an aggressor, and a help seeker are key group task roles.

  • True
  • False


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13 of 25
One of the most powerful forces drawing people into groups is the attraction of high status.

  • True
  • False


Question
14 of 25
Achieved status is what an individual acquires because of

  • exercise of knowledge.
  • ability and talent.
  • skill and perseverance.
  • all of the above.


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15 of2 5
Task roles are important because they

  • help accomplish a group's task.
  • define a group's social atmosphere.
  • call attention to individual contributions.
  • work towards enhancing interpersonal relationships.


Question
16 of 25
High-context cultures emphasize nonverbal communication while low-context cultures emphasize verbal expression.

  • True
  • False


Question
17 of 25
Norms develop in a group based on

  • group members' experiences in previous groups.
  • pop culture.
  • actions that happen late in a group's existence.
  • mental collusion.


Question
18 of 25
People who fuss and complain are the best at building and maintaining relationships.

  • True
  • False


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19 of 25
Raising your hand to speak in a classroom is an example of a norm.

  • True
  • False


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20 of 25
Facilitator, gatekeepers, and recorders are each a part of

  • individual roles.
  • task roles.
  • procedural roles.
  • individualistic roles.


Question
21 of 25
Culture impacts the roles and norms when it is especially

  • similar.
  • divisive.
  • young.
  • diverse.


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22 of 25
Social status refers to the ___________ that an individual has in the eyes of others.

  • standing wealth  
  • relative standing
  • verified intelligence
  • sensitive spirit


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23 of 25
The encourager is a social-emotional role that creates a safe environment for others to share ideas and offer suggestions.

  • True
  • False


Question
24 of 25
Each response you receive from team members, outside consultants, or individuals contacted for information, deserves a reply of gratitude.

  • True
  • False


Question
25 of 25
Respecting the E-mail addresses of others means

  • refraining from giving out other's addresses without permission.
  • sending spam as necessary.
  • invading their virtual personal space with constant communication.
  • ignoring their email address.
     


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