SPA TB9 Lecture 4; Gender and communication

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1. What were the three main dependent variable in Broks 2013?

  • IQ, wellbeing and overall favourability
  • Overall favourability, effectiveness in senate and effectiveness outside of work
  • Overall favourability, effectiveness in senate and effectiveness as US president in abt 10 years
  • Effectiveness in senate, effectiveness outside of work and wellbeing
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2. In females, what are used to convey uncertainty more than men?

  • Hedges and tags
  • Hedges and equivocation
  • False starts and nonverbal behaviour
  • Equivocation and nonverbal behaviour

3. What was the main result of Brooks 2013?

  • No significant effect of exp in office and signif lower ratings for tearful and angry candidates. NO signif effects of gender
  • No significant effect of exp in office and signif lower ratings for tearful and angry candidates. Signif effects of gender
  • Significant effect of exp in office and signif lower ratings for tearful and angry candidates. Signif effects of gender
  • Significant effect of exp in office and signif lower ratings for tearful and angry candidates. NO signif effects of gender

4. In Gumperz (1982), who used falling intonation?

  • South asian speakers to offer food
  • White English to offer food
  • Both
  • Neither

5. Which of these is NOT a principle function of tag questions?

  • Facilitate conversation
  • Declarative
  • Softening criticism
  • Convey uncertainty
  • Confrontational

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