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Assignment Directions - “Short Answer Assignment”As you read the lessons of the week this week you begin to formulate the importance of both our verbal and non-verbal communication but just what does this mean?  Our short answer assignment this week will help you to gain knowledge on verbal communication, non-verbal communication, the role of bias in our communication and how technology plays a role in our messaging.It is vital that you use the textbook to support your thought process as I will be looking for you to cover each of the following points within your short answer assignment.PLEASE make sure to document the question prior to each answer and share about 200-250 words per question. I will be looking for you to use the actual worksheet provided within the assignment area.REMEMBER: If the rubric or directions share the words “fully support” I will be looking for quotes from our reading to support your thought process. This is what will move you from proficient to distinguished in the grading criteria.Each of the following points needs to be covered:Question 1:  Describe one of the following functions of non-verbal communication from Bevan and Sole (2014, Section 4.2) and then share an example, either real or hypothetical, that illustrates the function you selected:Managing your impressions and identitiesManaging and interpreting your relationshipsRegulating the flow of interactionsEngaging in and detecting messages of emotion, influence, and deceptionAnswer 1:  Select one of the above and cover what it means by processing the information, sharing in your own words and using support from the textbook to build your thought process.  This means that you need to share quotes or details from the textbook to build upon your thought process.  Remember to place quotations around exact words and place an in-text citation of (authors, year) at the conclusion of your information.  If you are sharing your own words but the information comes from the source, you do not need quotations but will still need the in-text citation of (author, year) to show this connection to the source.  Share your example and why it is significant to the non-verbal form you selected.Question 2:  Using Bevan and Sole (2014), explain how biased language impacts attitudes, behaviors, and perception. Answer 2:  Be sure to spend some time on each element and explain the significance of biased language overall.  This means that you need to share quotes or details from the textbook to build upon your thought process.  Remember to place quotations around exact words and place an in-text citation of (authors, year) at the conclusion of your information.  If you are sharing your own words but the information comes from the source, you do not need quotations but will still need the in-text citation of (author, year) to show this connection to the source. Question 3: Complete the following and answer each question:Take this sex-role inventory test – http://personality-testing.info/tests/OSRI/Links to an external site. Reflect on the relationship between your gender orientation and how you communicate.Based on what you’ve learned in Cameron and Bevan and Sole, identify at least two “masculine” and “feminine” traits you use in your communication.Finally, list some of the benefits of what Bevan and Sole call having an “androgynous” communication style. How can paying attention to gender help us become more effective communicators?Question 4:  Watch at least the first 10 minutes of the following video titled Digital Communication Skills: Dos and Don’tsLinks to an external site.. Based on this and Bevan and Sole, what are two key points we need to be aware of in relation to computer mediated communication. How can we use this information to become better communicators?Answer 4:  Share your answer here.  This means that you need to share quotes or details from the textbook to build upon your thought process.  Remember to place quotations around exact words and place an in-text citation of (authors, year) at the conclusion of your information.  If you are sharing your own words but the information comes from the source, you do not need quotations but will still need the in-text citation of (author, year) to show this connection to the source.Please use the Short Answer Template Links to an external site. to complete this assignment.Formatting the Short Answer assignment:Must be no more than two double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing CenterLinks to an external site. Must include a separate title page with the following: Title of the assignment.Student’s nameCourse name and numberInstructor’s nameDate submittedMust use and cite the course text and the assigned video.Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.For more help with APA style please review the following:Ashford Writing Center:  This can be found under “Course Home” just below the Week 5 section or by going to: http://writingcenter.ashford.edu Links to an external site.http://www.apastyle.org/learn/tutorials/basics-tutorial.aspx Links to an external site. Click “View the Tutorial”https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ Links to an external site.In this class, you have three tutoring services available: Paper Review, Live Chat, and Tutor E-mail. Click on the Writing Center (AWC) tab in  the left-navigation menu, in your online course, to learn more about these tutoring options and how to get help with your writing.———————————————Short Answer AssignmentName: ______________ Date: ____________Answer the following four questions using 250 to 300 words for each response. Each question is worth 1.25 points and there is additional scoring for proper grammar and citations for a total of 7.5 points. You must use course material to support your work, with full APA citations, to earn the most points. You will score few to no points for not using course material. Be sure to include a reference list at the end. Finally, don’t forget to ensure you’ve covered ALL ELEMENTS of each question.Describe one of the following functions of nonverbal communication from Bevan and Sole (Section 4.2). Managing your impressions and identitiesManaging and interpreting your relationshipsRegulating the flow of interactionsEngaging in and detecting messages of emotion, influence, and deceptionThen, share an example that illustrates how this function is demonstrated in a hypothetical communication exchange. Using Bevan and Sole (Section 4.1), explain how biased language impacts attitudes, behaviors, and perception. Be sure to spend some time on each element and explain the significance of biased language overall. Communication and GenderBevan and Sole (2014) contend that most academic research has found few differences in how men and women communicate.   However, most people still tend to think that they do! For this question, you will:Take this sex-role inventory test – http://personality-testing.info/tests/OSRI/Reflect on the relationship between your gender orientation and how you communicate. Based on what you’ve learned in Cameron and Bevan and Sole, identify at least two “masculine” and “feminine” traits you use in your communication. Finally, list some of the benefits of what Bevan and Sole call having an “androgynous” communication style. How can paying attention to gender help us become more effective communicators?Watch at least the first 10 minutes of the following video titled Digital Communication Skills: Dos and Don’ts. Based on this and Bevan and Sole (Section 4.4), what are two key points we need to be aware of in relation to computer mediated communication. Explain two specific ways you can use this advice to become a better communicator?References

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