Changes in the composition of the US population illustrate the ______ imperative for studying intercultural communication.economictechnologicalpeacedemographic1 points QUESTION 2John, an engineer in a multinational corporation, emails coworkers from India and Taiwan on a weekly basis. John’s communication illustrates the _____ imperative for studying intercultural communication.ethicaltechnologicalpeacedemographic1 points QUESTION 3The United States is moving a step closer to a demographic milestone in which no racial group commands a majority. True False1 points QUESTION 4People who believe that cultural differences are only superficial and that there are certain rules that apply across cultures are operating from a ___ position of ethics.politicalrelativistjudicialuniversalist1 points QUESTION 5The process by which we ‘look in the mirror’ to see ourselves as cultural beings is known as _____.self reflexivityself awarenessjournalingheterogeneity1 points QUESTION 6Ethnic conflicts in Bosnia and the Soviet Union as well as ethnic tensions in other multicultural nations illustrates the _____ imperative for studying intercultural communication.economicethicalpeacedemographic1 points QUESTION 7Toni tells her Chinese friend Guiwen that he should not be angry about his perceived superficial friendliness of many Americans without first understanding the cultural context of the behavior. Toni has taken a _____ position of ethics.explanatoryuniversalistrelativistnon-judgmental1 points QUESTION 8Economic disparity among ethnic groups in the United States can best be understood by looking at ______.enclavesclass structureassimilatable groupseconomic mobility1 points QUESTION 9The possibility of communicating with people from different cultures via email, fax, and the internet illustrates the ______ imperative for studying intercultural communication.economictechnologicalpeaceself awareness1 points QUESTION 10People who believe that behavior can only be judged within the context in which it occurs are operating from a _____ position of ethics.relativistculturaluniversalistdemographic1 points QUESTION 11John and Nancy were raised in Illinois and speak only English. Many of their neighbors, however, have immigrated from countries outside the United States and speak English as a second language. John and Nancy’s desire to have a positive relationship with their diverse neighbors illustrates the _____ imperative for studying intercultural communication.economictechnologicalpeacedemographic1 points QUESTION 12Violence, conflict and tension between differing cultural groups in constant contact illustrates the ______ imperative for studying intercultural communicationeconomicself awarenesspeacedemographic1 points QUESTION 13Many American companies provide little or no training before sending their workers overseas. True False1 points QUESTION 14Increased understanding of one’s self as a cultural being illustrates the _____ imperative for studying intercultural communication.self awarenessdemographicethicaltechnological1 points QUESTION 15Token stories of success and upward mobility (illustrated by Roseanne Barr, Ross Perot and Madonna) reinforce ____ and perpetuate the myth that there is equal opportunity for all to achieve upward mobility in the US.heterogeneityclass structureeconomic diversityassimilation 1 points QUESTION 16Until the 1960s, most immigrants to the United States came from Europe. True False1 points QUESTION 17Generally speaking, all immigrants can assimilate in the American “Melting Pot.” True False1 points QUESTION 18The need to market products effectively in different countries illustrates the ____ imperative for studying intercultural communication.economictechnologicalpeacedemographic1 points QUESTION 19The term ______ refers to the result of increased contact (though the internet, media reports and travel) between people around the worldglobal villageheterogeneityself reflexivityassimilatable1 points QUESTION 20Principles of conduct that help govern the behavior of individuals and groups are known as _____.moralsethicsvaluesbeliefs1 points
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