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Which of the following ways of saying "no" illustrates a high-context culture? A) That would be difficult. B) I refuse to do that. C) I'm sorry; we just can't do that. D) No way, man. Can't you see I'm busy? 2. It is considered rude to tap on the shoulder a person who is deaf in order to get her attention. A) True B) False 3. The text recommends that if you are visiting a culture that operates according to a different set of ethical principles than you do, the best way to communicate is always to conform to the practices of the country you are in. A) True B) False 4. Patricia believes her own culture is better than other cultures. This attitude is called ethnocentrism. A) True B) False 5. Skylar is a very organized and timely individual. He always shows up for meetings 15 minutes early. He frowns upon colleagues who fail to arrive on time. Which orientation toward time would most accurately describe Sky's behavior? A) Asian B) standard C) monochronic D) polychronic 6. Business leaders from Japan, Europe, and the U.S. have developed a code of ethics that includes many principles of ethical communication. A) True B) False 7. Rules for most nonverbal behaviors, such as eye contact, are universal. A) True B) False 8. Those who speak a sub-standard dialect of English in the U.S. tend usually end up in lower level jobs than those who speak standard English. A) True B) False 9. Which of the following is true about business cards in Japan? A) Business cards are not important. B) When you receive a business card, you should observe the card, then nod in acknowledgement. C) You should hold it in one hand. D) You should put it in your pocket. 10. In polychronic cultures, being punctual is not considered important at all. A) True B) False

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