Communication Agreements and Process

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1. What are the four Categories of communication stated by Dimbleby and Burton?

  • Outward, Inward, Proximal and Group.
  • Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Group and Mass.
  • Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Group and Medium.
  • Intrapersonal, Form, Medium and Mass.
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2. What is the difference between communication form and medium?

  • Form of communication is the way in which information is communicated such as through a drawing whilst Medium of communication is the means of communicating this often combines several forms of communication.
  • Medium of communication refers to the time of communication whilst form refers to the place of communication.
  • Medium of communication is the way in which information is communicated such as through a drawing whilst Form of communication is the means of communicating this often combines several Mediums of communication.
  • Form of communication refers to the time of communication whilst medium refers to the place of communication.

3. What do Doel and Sawdon liken the first session of a group to?

  • A meal
  • A card game
  • A sandwich
  • A lesson

4. Which is the correct order for Maslow’s hierarchy of needs (bottom of the triangle to top)?

  • Physiological needs, safety needs, belonging needs, esteem needs and self-actualisation
  • Safety needs, belonging needs, physiological needs, esteem needs and self-actualisation
  • Self-actualisation, esteem needs, belonging needs, safety needs and physiological needs
  • Safety needs, physiological needs, belonging needs, esteem needs and self-actualisation

5. Who states that “we learn to communicate in different ways according to our upbringing”?

  • Dimbleby and Burton
  • Belbin
  • Lindon
  • Cottrell

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