ICC2 Quiz

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

  • Attitudes, knowledge, skills of discovering and interaction, external outcome
  • Attitudes, education, internal outcome, external outcome
  • Attitudes, knowledge & comprehension, internal outcome, external outcome.
  • Attitudes, skills of interpreting and relating, internal outcome, external outcome
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2. What are the six types of presupposition?

  • Existential, discoursal, factive, non-factive, counterfactual, lexical
  • Existential, factive, non-factive, lexical, structure, counterfactual
  • Existential, factive, spatial, structural, lexical, non-factive
  • Existential, discoursal, temporal, factive, non-factive, counterfactual

3. Why can particularised implicature be a cause of intercultural misunderstanding?

  • Because interlocutors need to share the same value system
  • Because it requires specific contextual knowledge
  • Because interlocutors need to be from the same culture to understand
  • N/A- particularised implicatures do not cause intercultural misunderstanding

4. What effect can news frames have?

  • Causes the audience to have thoughts that mirror the frame used
  • All of the above
  • Affect information recall
  • Cause the audience to 'otherise' a represented group

5. What aspects of everyday business activities could cause intercultural conflict?

  • Education, Attire Appropriacy, Attitudes, Language Issues, Gender Bias, egotiation, Business Etiquette, Prejudice
  • Power Issues, Attitudes, Work-based Values, Quality vs. Efficiency, Education, Negotiation, Business Etiquette, Prejudice
  • Power Issues, Work-based Values, Quality vs. Efficiency, Language Issues, Communication Styles, Negotiation, Business Etiquette, Prejudice
  • Education, Interests, Attitudes, Work-based Values, Language Issues, egotiation, Business Etiquette, Prejudice

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