Bcom 275 guide 3 33) The practice of using a case that has already been  decided as a guide when deciding new cases is referred to as 	A.   legal paternalism 	B.   legal morality 	C.   causation principle 	D.   appeal to precedent
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33) The practice of using a case that has already been decided as a guide when deciding new cases is referred to as
A. legal paternalism
B. legal morality
C. causation principle
D. appeal to precedent

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Bcom 275 guide 3 33) The practice of using a case that has already been  decided as a guide when deciding new cases is referred to as 	A.   legal paternalism 	B.   legal morality 	C.   causation principle 	D.   appeal to precedent Bcom 275 guide 3 33) The practice of using a case that has already been decided as a guide when deciding new cases is referred to as A. legal paternalism B. legal morality C. causation principle D. appeal to precedent Document Transcript

  • BCOM/275 GUIDE 3 Click Here to Buythe Tutorial/Answers1) In which of the following communication activities do people spend the greatest percent of their day? A. Listening B. Speaking C. Reading D. Writing2) The term channel in communication means A. the volume at which a message is received B. the process of changing thoughts into symbols C. the medium through which a message travels from sender to receiver D. the context of the communication3) A receiver’s response to a sender’s message is called A. encoding B. decoding C. channel D. feedback
  • 4) This response style normally does not help unless the sender has asked for your advice. A. Paraphrasing B. Evaluating C. Questioning D. Interpreting5) With this type of response, you analyze or teach the sender about the cause of his or her concern. A. Evaluating B. Interpreting C. Questioning D. Paraphrasing6) This act is involuntary and happens automatically. A. Responding B. Feedback C. Listening D. Hearing7) Which of the following is a category of reasonless advertising? A. Logical ads B. Promise ads C. Endorsement ads D. Functional ads
  • 8) Which of the following are the most common types of doubts people may have about a source? A. Status and academic degree B. Occupation and employer C. Expertise and accuracy D. Prominence in the field of study and experience9) A claim is generally not considered credible if A. it seems likely B. the claimant is an interested party C. it comes from a source assumed to be credible but who is not known to you D. the claimant is a disinterested party10) Providing only two choices when others are available defines which fallacy? A. Ad hominem B. False dilemma C. Genetic fallacy D. Straw man11) Stating someone has negative features and his claim is invalid is an example of which fallacy? A. Ad hominem B. False dilemma C. Genetic fallacy
  • D. Straw man12) Consider the following statement: “So what if the Senator accepted a little kickback money—mostpoliticians are corrupt after all.” This is an example of which fallacy? A. Argument from envy B. Straw man C. Argument from tradition D. Argument from common practice13) Measurable or observable characteristics of your audience are called A. pseudographics B. statistics C. psychographics D. demographics14) Behavior descriptions should meet which of the following criteria? A. Present inferences about another’s motives. B. Focus on more than one behavior. C. Describe only observable behaviors. D. Include terms such as “never, always, or constantly.”15) Demographics include which of the following? A. Ethnicity, gender, race B. Beliefs, feelings, likes C. Attitudes, interests, values
  • D. Values, morals, opinions16) You want to discuss your performance review and possible raise with your boss. The most effectivechannel to do this would be A. face-to-face B. text message C. e-mail D. team meeting17) Sound and light waves are an example of which part of the communication model? A. Noise B. Channel C. Encoding D. Decoding18) Which informal communication channel involves its own abbreviations to accommodate the limitednumber of characters available in any given message? A. E-mail B. Voicemail message C. Text message D. Handwritten letters19) When are nonverbal messages sent? A. Before verbal messages B. Only in combination with verbal messages C. Only when you want
  • D. After verbal messages20) Which verbal support breaks down complex processes or concepts into their component parts toensure understanding? A. Descriptions B. Analyses C. Comparisons D. Definitions21) When using expert testimonials, speakers should do which of the following? A. Share the expert’s credentials. B. Protect the identity of experts by not naming them. C. Always quote the expert’s exact words. D. Use experts who have celebrity status.22) When you use an expression like raining cats and dogs, you are using A. denotative language B. connotative language C. figurative language D. contextual language23) Persuasive topics that attempt to show an audience that something is good, bad, right, or wrong aretopics of
  • A. value B. policy C. cause-effect D. fact24) The connotation of words such as skinny or thin focuses on the A. emotional meaning B. denotative meaning C. actual meaning D. contextual meaning25) What logical fallacy can occur when a speaker focuses on similarities and ignores significantdifferences? A. Faulty comparison B. Slippery slope C. Either/or thinking D. Hasty generalization26) If you use only a few examples to represent the whole of the conclusion, you are committing thislogical fallacy. A. Faulty causation B. Hasty generalization C. Either/or thinking
  • D. Slippery slope27) When you display ethos in your persuasive presentation, you have A. evidence B. credibility C. logic D. emotion28) Deliberately blaming individuals or groups for things they really did not do is called A. stereotyping B. ethnocentrism C. scapegoating D. discriminating29) A concept proposing that negative cultural assumptions about a group can create for its members abelief in those assumptions is called A. a halo effect B. an attribution error C. a stereotype threat D. a perceptual process30) Groups that value higher power distance believe relationships are A. hierarchical B. individualist
  • C. relationship oriented D. informal31) Utilitarianism is part of this perspective on moral reasoning. A. Consquentialism B. Deontology C. Moral relativism D. Virtue ethics32) What is the belief that correct moral principles are those accepted by the correct religion known as? A. Virtue ethics B. Religious absolutism C. Religious relativism D. Moral relativism33) The practice of using a case that has already been decided as a guide when deciding new cases isreferred to as A. legal paternalism B. legal morality C. causation principle D. appeal to precedent