Inclusion, Ethics, and Critical Thinking MCQs

Inclusion, Ethics, and Critical Thinking MCQs

Answer these 30 Inclusion, Ethics, and Critical Thinking MCQs and assess your grip on the subject of Inclusion, Ethics, and Critical Thinking.
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1: A group of people who share a culture outside of the dominant culture is called

A.   Individual culture

B.   Co-Culture

C.   Functional culture

D.   Organizational culture

2: Overt Lie is designed to conceal sensitive information

A.   True

B.   False

3: The process of arriving at a judgment only after an honest evaluation of alternatives; the exhibiting of careful and deliberate evaluation of a claim is known as

A.   Creativity

B.   Critical Thinking

C.   Divergent thinking

D.   Convergent thinking

4: The recognition and valuing of _____ is known as cultural diversity

A.   Similarly

B.   Difference

C.   Communication

D.   Comparison

5: The internalization of culturally appropriate beliefs, values, and roles acquired through interacting with members of a cultural group; a product of individual membership is known as cultural identity

A.   True

B.   False

6: The system of knowledge, beliefs, values, attitudes, behavior, and artifacts that the members of a society learn, accept, and use in daily life is known as cultural diversity

A.   True

B.   False

7: Communication that presents ideas fairly; the revealing of information receivers need to assess both the _______ critically is called ethical communication

A.   Speakers

B.   Message

C.   Both of the above

D.   None of the above

8: Speech that involves the responsible handling of information and an awareness of the outcomes or consequences of a speech is known as ethical speechmaking

A.   Summary

B.   Main points

C.   Central idea

D.   Consequences

9: An exploration of how values distinguish actions; a society’s notions about the rightness and wrongness of ____ is called ethics

A.   Actions

B.   Behaviour

C.   Deeds

D.   None of the above

10: High-Context Communication is a communication that avoids confrontation; communication that relies on _____ messages

A.   Direct

B.   Verbal

C.   Indirect

D.   Visional

11: Communication that is direct and addresses issues head-on is known as

A.   Non-verbal communication

B.   Low - context communication

C.   Visual communication

D.   Verbal communication

12: A group whose members feel like outsiders is known as Marginalized group

A.   True

B.   False

13: A deliberate lie; a distortion of the facts is known as

A.   Covert Lie

B.   Error

C.   Omission

D.   Overt Lie

14: To deliberately or accidentally claim another’s word as your own is known as ethnocentrism

A.   True

B.   False

15: A speaker’s ability to recognize and value differences is known as Cultural Diversity.

A.   True

B.   False

16: An effective speaker who is sensitive to cultural differences ______.

A.   Will not always be concerned with audience differences

B.   Will be mindful not to offend audience members of different backgrounds

C.   Will assume audience members are not that sensitive

D.   Will think that audience members will think the speaker doesn’t know any better

17: A marginalized group is ______.

A.   A group of people who think outside the lines

B.   Those who live in a different voting district

C.   The under-30 group

D.   A group whose members feel like outsiders

18: Speakers from Asian countries tend to speak directly on an issue, reflecting low-context communication.

A.   True

B.   False

19: North Americans are often uncomfortable addressing an issue directly using high-context communication.

A.   True

B.   False

20: Culture is the system of knowledge, beliefs, values, attitudes, behaviors, and artifacts that we learn, accept, and use in daily life.

A.   True

B.   False

21: Changing demographics that affect our social and cultural landscape will eventually have an influence on the speech topics you select.

A.   True

B.   False

22: Cultural identity defines the ______.

A.   Decisions you make based on your family

B.   Position you adopt within your group

C.   People in your neighborhood

D.   Beliefs, values, and roles acquired through interacting with members of our cultural group

23: Critical thinkers are those who ______.

A.   Question every word from a speaker

B.   Need additional time to make a decision

C.   Do not accept information without weighing its value

D.   Are usually suspicious of new information

24: ______ communication is reflective not only of your best interests, but also the best interests of others.

A.   Diverse

B.   Critical

C.   Inclusive

D.   Ethical

25: When two ideas are used to prove each other, we call this ________ reasoning.

A.   Supporting Evidence

B.   Circular reasoning

C.   Compare and Contrast

D.   Cause and Effect

26: When listening to people debating a topic, a critical thinker should ignore _________.

A.   Critical thinking skills are never used selfishly.

B.   Critical thinking skills can just as easily be selfish as fair-minded

C.   If they are dressed in a professional manner

D.   None of these

27: When we describe someone as ""critical"" we usually mean they have a(n) ________ orientation.

A.   Positive

B.   Negative

C.   Both

D.   None

28: Critical thinking means making judgments based on ________.

A.   Emotion.

B.   Keeping a closed mind.

C.   Reason and logical evaluation.

D.   Authority and expertise

29: A person who is a __________ type makes decisions through logical, rational analysis.

A.   Perceiving

B.   Sensing

C.   Thinking

D.   Feeling

30: Implicit statements are often present in an argument due to the _____________ of the situation.

A.   Identity

B.   Context

C.   Goals

D.   Time