GLST 220 Quiz 3

GLST 220 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. True/False: Culture is something that just happens to us. We have no control over it.
  2. The emphasis of wisdom passed to youth from extended-family members, parents, and siblings.
  3. A society in which the state coordinates and implements the production and distribution of basic resources through central planning and control.
  4. True/ False: Leaders functioning at the highest levels of cultural intelligence are able to see when the behavior of others is a reflection of their cultural background and when it’s idiosyncratic behavior from one individual.
  5. In Genesis 12, what promises did God make to Abraham?
  6. The emphasis is on supernatural powers, both good and evil, that control day-to-day events and life.
  7. Emphasis on differences in status and decisions made by superiors
  8. True or False: The gospel is a New Testament concept and it is not applicable to the Old Testament.
  9. True/ False: Sometimes cultural intelligence requires us to abandon our convictions, values, and assumptions.
  10. The patterns for how the senior members of a culture transmit their values, beliefs, and behaviors to their offspring.
  11. True/ False: Competition tends to be a better motivational strategy in capitalist societies and cooperation in socialist ones.
  12. Livermore discusses three categories of human behavior. They are
  13. Which of the following is not a way to develop CQ knowledge?
  14. True or False: Gestures have the same meaning no matter where you are in the world, so they are a great way to communicate when you don’t know the language. “
  15. How does God show his grace to Cain in Genesis 4?
  16. What themes run through the early chapters of Genesis?
  17. Every listing in the Geneology in Genesis 5 ends with “…and then He died” except
  18. True or False: Communication can be broken into two categories: Verbal and Non-verbal communication. Both are equally important for effective interpersonal communication.
  19. Bringing honor to one’s family and blending in with society is what is most highly valued in a ___________ society
  20. What does the cultural iceberg analogy teach us?
  21. Emphasis on collaboration and nurturing behavior to get results.
  22. What promise did God make to Noah after the flood?
  23. True or False: Leaders high in CQ Knowledge have a rich, well-organized understanding of culture and how it affects the way people think and behave.
  24. What promise did God make to Adam and eve as he shared the consequences for their sin?
  25. When one looks at a piece of culture in a negative light because it is different than their own, they are viewing it from a(n) ________________ perspective.
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