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COMS 101 Reading Analysis 2 complete Answers | Rated A+
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COMS 101 Reading Analysis 2 complete  Answers | Rated A+

Question 1

Match the term with the description to which it correctly links.

Goals that center around specific tasks to be performed.

Goals that relate to the individual’s personal needs and ambitions.

As groups grow in number, the need for this increases.

In this small group format, group members have an informal interchange on the issues in front of an audience.

In this structured small group format, speakers who have expertise in the particular areas give prepared speeches on specified topics.

In this audiencecentered small group format, group members respond to audience questions but do not interact with each other.

Making sure group members understand and agree on the problem is part of the ____ step of the Reflective Thinking Process.

The ____ step of the Reflective Thinking Proces is to analyze the problem.

Determining criteria for an acceptable solution is the ____ step of the Reflective

Generating possible solutions is the ____ step of the Reflective Thinking Process.

Choosing the best solution to the problem is the ____ step of the Reflective Thinking Process.

Putting the best solution into effect is the ___ step of the Reflective Thinking Process.

Evaluating your group's success or the lack thereof is the ___ step of the Reflective Thinking Process.

He stated that the ideal group size is 5-7members.

He devised a theory of reflective thinking.

 

Question 2

Match the term to the description to which it correctly links.

In the Johari Window, information known to self and to others.

In the Johari Window, information known to others but not to self.

In the Johari Window, information known to self but not to others.

In the Johari Window, information known neither to self nor to others.

The relational dialectic that concerns our need to relate to others yet independent.

The relational dialectic that concerns our needs to share information yet be private.

The relational dialectic that concerns our needs for excitement and uncertain yet stable.

The lose/lose approach to conflict management that is characterized by withdrawal.

The win/lose approach to conflict management in which parties strive to be on the top.

The win/win approach to conflict management in which each person leaves the conflict satisfied with the outcome.

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