TB9 SPA Lecture 3; Political communication

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1. Which of these characterises non-interrogative syntax?

  • Declarative, moodless, indirect
  • Moodless, indirect, Yes/no/polar
  • Yes/no/polar, alternative/disjunctive, wh-/interrogative word
  • Yes/no/polar, alternative/disjunctive, indirect
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2. In a study of audience participation by Bull (2003), what were there correlations between?

  • CC questions and equivocation
  • CC questions and ambiguity
  • Equivocation and direct responses
  • Direct responses and ambiguous questions

3. In Bulls & Wells (2002), what % of applause was synchronised with speech suggesting Atkinson overestimates synchrony?

  • 10%
  • 100%
  • 66%
  • 80%

4. Which two devices made up the majority of collective applause in Heritage & Greatbatch (1986)?

  • Lists and negative naming
  • Lists and headline-punchlines
  • Contrasts and lists
  • Contrasts and negative naming

5. What may explain the remainder of applause in political speeches?

  • Number of participants and audience members, delivery, culture, content
  • Biological motion, speech content, uninvited applause, delivery, culture
  • Synchrony, speech content, uninvited applause, delivery, culture
  • Number of participants and audience members, delivery, negative naming, content

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