How could the characters have increased in the accuracy of their impression formation?

How do we see one of the principles of communication used in this scene?

3. Were your characters from individualistic or collectivist cultures? Tell how their culture(s) affected how they acted.

4. Explain how stereotypes are being used in your scene(s).

5. Apply the four parts of the Johari Window to one of the characters in your scene(s).

6. Show how one character fell into the self-serving bias in your scene(s)
7. How could the characters have increased in the accuracy of their impression formation?
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8. Apply all five stages of the listening process to the scene(s) in your movie.

9. Based on what we’ve learned in class so far, how could communication have been more effective in this scene(s)?

1. Apply the eight elements of communication to your scene(s) e.g., the sender was…

*Source: the writer of the movie was the Source
*Message: Jack won a ticket to get on the Titanic
*Channel: Cinemas and TV’s
*Receiver: People who went to see the movie.
*Feedback: Critic reviews
*Environment: The movie theatre.
*Context: The context was the screen and the happy emotions of the scene
*Interface: talkers during the movie

2. How do we we see one of the principles of communication used in this scene?

Jack anticipated the objection that he might lose his hand, so he made sure he had the winning hand when he saw the opponent’s hands first.

3. Were your characters from individualistic or collectivist cultures? Tell how their culture(s) affected how they acted.

He is from an individualistic culture because he wanted to win the game to get the ticket and not to have fun. He didn’t care that others were losing

4. Explain how stereotypes are being used in your scene(s).
It’s a stereotype that large scary people like Jack’s opponents are violent.

5. Apply the four parts of the Johari Window to one of the characters in your scene(s).

*Jack is giving.