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These quizzes are designed for student preparation. They consist of a combination of 30 true-false and multiple choice questions per chapter. The questions are randomly selected, so the questions and order change each time you take the quiz.

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Chapter  3Weighing the Words

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Chapter  5Symbolic Interactionism

Chapter 14Social Judgment Theory

Chapter 16Cognitive Dissonance

Chapter 17The Rhetoric

Chapter 18Dramatism

Chapter 19Narrative Paradigm

Chapter 27Co-Cultural Theory

Chapter 28Afrocentricity

Chapter 30Muted Group Theory

Chapter 31Media Ecology

Chapter 32Context Collapse

Chapter 33Semiotics

Chapter 34Cultural Studies

Chapter 36Cultivation Theory

Chapter 37Agenda-Setting Theory



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