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Answers Cross-cultural communication (Synergy tests) Result 80 points (24 correct out of 30)

According to the way of using time, culture is usually divided into ...
matriarchal
monochrome
polychrome

Any process or formation of artificial origin is called ...
tradition
value
the norm
artifact

The process of interpreting events or actions by which the individual ascribes certain causes to them is called ...
attribution
socialization
adaptation
semiotics

Prosemica is ...
a set of sensory perceptions in the process of communication
ways of using visual contacts in the communication process
ways of using space in the communication process

By the nature of the use of the code they distinguish ...
verbal
paraverbal
distant
non-verbal

... is a methodological approach to the study of culture, assuming that the culture of any people can only be understood within the framework of its own values ​​and in its own context
Cultural identity
Cultural relativism
Cultural identity
Cultural positivism

... groups aim to satisfy group members´ aspirations for social approval, respect and trust
Expressive
Secondary
Instrumental
Functional

An extreme case of full adaptation to a foreign culture is ...
integration into another culture
adaptation to another culture
recognition of cultural differences

... is a concept for the sake of which communication is carried out (consists of symbols, can be oral, written or visual)
Message
Message
Report

By the way of establishing and maintaining contact, the following types of communication are distinguished: ...
interpersonal
direct
paraverbal
distant

Intercultural communication as a discipline has developed in Russia ...
at the end of XX century
in the middle of the 20th century
at the beginning of the 20th century

Communication between persons representing different peoples (ethnic groups) is called
interethnic communication
intercultural dialogue
countercultural communication
complementary communication

A new social system, called "mass society", has developed in Europe and the United States ...
after World War II
at the beginning of the XXI century
after the first world war
between the two world wars

Prejudice is ...
only a positive assessment of the group
a hostile assessment of representatives of a particular culture
only a negative assessment of the group and the individual belonging to it
judgment based on criticism and reflection

The term "communication" ...
synonymous with the term "communication"
has a broader meaning than the term "communication"
has a narrower meaning than the term "communication"

Personal communication in an organization is called ... communication
business
formal
personal
informal

To describe the processes of intercultural communication and understand its specifics, it is more suitable ... the communication model
linear
circular
transactional
simplest

The culture of a separate social group or stratum within one society is called ...
ethnic culture
subculture
monoculture

The refusal of certain subcultural groups from the values ​​of the dominant culture and the advancement of their own norms and rules, contrary to the values ​​of the majority, is called ...
countercultural communication
interethnic communication
intercultural communication
cultural protest

... - the creator of the message (person or organization) in the communication model
Source
The respondent
Interpreter
Destination

... groups are groups that form to do a specific job
Expressive
Primary
Instrumental
Functional

The role of values ​​in society is that they ...
define the legal aspects of behavior
streamline reality
give meaning to human life
make evaluative moments
improve the macroeconomic situation in the country

... are huge territories, structurally and organically united into one social system with their own cultural traditions
Subculture
Ethnoculture
Local
Forms of business communication include ...
discussion
conversation
publications in the yellow press
briefing
the Internet
presentation
facsimile
discussion of privacy details

Types of verbal communication include ...
dialogue
polylogue
facial expressions
monologue
gestures

Intercultural communication as a discipline originated ...
in Russia
in France
in the USA

Understanding depends ...
from the existing system of knowledge of the individual his experience of the system of value attitudes
from a person´s character
from a person´s social origin

Everyone has ...
multiple personal identities
two personal identities
only one personal identity

Inculturation and socialization and imply ...
the formation of national identity
personality self-development
description of the linguistic picture of the world
mastering a foreign culture

Cultural identity is ...
acceptance of cultural norms, patterns of behavior, value orientations
continuity in the transmission and preservation of cultural values
a person´s awareness of their professional affiliation

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