Liberty COMS 101 Quiz Chapter 6 Answers Complete Solutions
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Nonthreatening questions designed to put the interviewee at ease are known as _______________.
Which of the following is NOT a type of secondary research?
What can be focused on a particular subject and include images, audios, and audiovisuals but also provide personal viewpoints of an author?
This type of source reports factual information that can be counted on to be true?
While books are excellent sources of information, the information contained within can be at least two years old when published.
To develop the “what if” angle of a topic, a speaker can use a(n) _____________.
Anthony decided to conduct a speech on a campus proposal to build a new student union. He decided that a survey of his classmates would help him determine whether or not his classmates support the proposal. By doing this, he is conducting _____________________.
“What can you tell me about Harvard University?” is an example of a(n) ___________ question.
The bibliographic information you collect from your sources will be the same regardless of the type of source you are using.
As part of David’s research about organizational culture, he observed how cast members at Walt Disney World interacted with one another. This is an example of primary research called a(n) _______________.
When researching their speech, speakers usually begin with __________.
For a highly specialized topic, _________ would be the best choice.
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Bibliographic information can be particularly beneficial to a speaker because __________.
For a speech on Hawaii, a speaker is in need of specialized information such as demographics and weather reports. What is the best source for obtaining this information?
A network housing information on a broad range of topics is also called _____________.
When identifying whom to interview, it is best to select _________.
Asking an interviewee “Any attempt to improve community recycling efforts is a waste of time, isn’t it?” is an example of a(n) _________ question.
“Can ozone deterioration be prevented?” is an example of a(n) __________ question.
The method of rapidly going through a work in order to determine what a topic is, how it is covered, and whether it will be useful is called _______________.
When relying on printed sources for information, a speaker can have some confidence that the information is reliable because __________.
Evaluating a website’s __________ involves reviewing its author and/or the reputation of the publishing or sponsoring organization.
Evaluating a website’s __________ involves determining the age of the site’s information.
The most specialized and recent research will come from print resources, particularly articles in periodicals.
Encyclopedias are a place to begin research, but should not be the only source consulted.
It is not necessary to conduct research before an interview as long as the interviewer asks good questions.
Information placed on the Internet is less reliable because no one oversees the accuracy of the information.
Factual statements may still be used in a speech, even if corroborating evidence cannot be found.
Longer speeches require more sources, however for a shorter speech, one source is sufficient.