MAC115




Category: MAC115

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MAC115

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1. ___ and ___form the two groups in which agencies of public communication may be classified.

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2. The use of facial marks as a channel of communication is an age long practice common among Africans which is used as a means of ___

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3. ___ and ___form the two groups in which agencies of public communication may be classified.

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4. An example of iconographic class in the taxonomy of traditional African media is Flag. True or False ____?

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According to Scholes writing on instruments can
be in ___ and ___

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6. Communication as defined by MacBride et al (1981) is not just as the exchange of ___ and ___ but an individual and collective activity embracing all transmissions and sharing of ideas, facts and data

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7. Yoruba traditional drums are also called the __________________________

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8. ___is commonly referred to as spoken language

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9. _____ colour is used to communicate purity or simplicity.

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10. In Africa, the communication systems form an integral part of the___

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11. In African communication systems according to Akpabio (2003), instrumental communication devices can be grouped into ___

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12. In traditional channels of communication appliances and instruments used are mostly ___

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13. Who rely more on non-verbal communication between the adults and the children when verbal and non-verbal are in conflict? ___

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14. ___ is very powerful in conveying indigenous messages from generation to generation

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15. The human language has two aspects ___

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16. The definition of culture agrees with which of the following __

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17. Gestures as a means of communication are unconscious manifestation of inner feelings can be grouped into ___

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18. ___ is a song performed at funeral of loved ones

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19. In African settings ___ is commonly used to summon people

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20. The Morse code is not a non verbal mode of communication because it possess all characteristics of language ___

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21. Verbal communication possesses the characteristics of ______

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22. ___ is used to attract attention in African communication systems

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23. There is no limit to the use of human language. True or False ___?

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24. Wriggle, fidget, finger-tap, and arm flail body in motion constitute ______ communication

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25. The major challenges facing indigenous communication is that of___

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26. The main channel of verbal communication is ____

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27. ___ is among the various modes of African communication systems

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28. According to Wilson (1998:30) the Akwa Ibom people use drum to perform various functions among the following except ___

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29. ___ and ___ is peculiar and unique to each African people in their own tradition.

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30. Culture is ___ through the African communication systems

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31. African community system has a unique feature which is the fact that it is ___

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32. In the taxonomy of traditional media in Africa, wooden drum belongs to idiophones but Deer horn belongs to ____ hardware.

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33. The two aspects of human language are biological and ____ aspects

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According to Rothwell , he stated that the ___ is your
personal billboard

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35. A Ghanaian scholar Ansu Kyeremeh looking at intra village patterns of communication mentioned ___ as venue oriented communication mod

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36. As one of the functions of music the duet by king Sunny Ade and Onyeka Onwuenu was used to promote ___ in Nigeria

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37. The traditional channels of communication give the local people the opportunity to participate in developmental programmes___

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38. ___ is a type of unity song

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39. Indigenous communication systems are developed locally while exogenous channels are ___

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40. SMCR model of communication means ___

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Communication according to MacBride et al (1981) is defined as An individual and collective
activity embracing all transmission and sharing of ideas, facts and _________

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42. The king size gong and aristocratic orders can be likened to the ___

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43. It is necessary to integrate indigenous and exogenous communication systems to ___

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44. n Africa poetry, especially among the Yorubas ___ is often used to eulogise achievements and satirise unacceptable behaviours

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45. According to Doob, personal satisfaction, achievements, and ranks are ___ by facial marks and scars

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46. According to Okunna communication is ___

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47. As time is strongly linked with culture therefore it ___

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48. Before the introduction of modern mass media a variety of traditional communication channels were already in existence___

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49. The use of feather for various purposes is common more among people of ___

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50. Verbal and non-verbal communication are interconnected in the following areas except ___

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