ICC2 Quiz

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1. Who defined 'othering' as 'imagining someone as alien and different in such a way that they are excluded from the speaker's "normal", "superior" and "civilised" group'?

  • Holliday, Hyde & Kullman (2010)
  • John, John, John (2010)
  • John, John, John (2010)
  • Someone totally irrelevant (2010)
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2. According to Englebert & Wynn (2000), what are the five common conflict styles?

  • Accommodation, Avoidance, Competition, Cooperation, Compromise
  • Accommodation, Avoidance, Completion, Cooperation, Compromise
  • Accommodation, Avoidance, Competition, Collaboration, Compromise
  • Accommodation, Avoidance, Completion, Collaboration, Compromise

3. What are the five types of speech act according to Searle (1975)?

  • Directives, commands, commissives, declarations, temporals
  • Directives, commands, proximals, commissives, declarations
  • Directives, expressives, commissives, declarations, representatives
  • Directives, temporals, commissives, declarations, representatives

4. How can deictic expressions be described?

  • Egocentric
  • Egotistic
  • Ethnorelative
  • Ethnocentric

5. What are the four aspects of Deardorff's Process Model for Intercultural Communicative Competence?

  • Attitudes, education, internal outcome, external outcome
  • Attitudes, skills of interpreting and relating, internal outcome, external outcome
  • Attitudes, knowledge & comprehension, internal outcome, external outcome.
  • Attitudes, knowledge, skills of discovering and interaction, external outcome

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