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Francis J. Flynn and Gabrielle S. Adams Questions 11-21

Week #2 “Money Can’t Buy Love”. Francis J. Flynn and Gabrielle S. Adams Questions 11-21. Question 11. 11. The authors most likely use the examples in lines 1-9 of the passage (“Every…showers”) to highlight the Regularity with which people shop for gifts

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Francis J. Flynn and Gabrielle S. Adams Questions 11-21

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  1. Week #2“Money Can’t Buy Love” Francis J. Flynn and Gabrielle S. Adams Questions 11-21

  2. Question 11 11. The authors most likely use the examples in lines 1-9 of the passage (“Every…showers”) to highlight the • Regularity with which people shop for gifts • Recent increase in the amount of money spent on gifts • Anxiety gift shopping causes for consumers • Number of special occasions involving gift-giving

  3. Question 12 12. In line 10, the word “ambivalent” most nearly means • unrealistic • Conflicted • Apprehensive • Supportive

  4. Question 13 13. The authors indicate that people value gift-giving because they feel it • Functions as a form of self-expression • Is an inexpensive way to show appreciation • Requires gift-recipient to reciprocate • Can serve to strengthen a relationship

  5. Question 14 14. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question? • Lines 10-13 (“Many…peers”) • Lines 22-23 (“People…own”) • Lines 31-32 (Research…perspectives”) • Lines 44-47 (“Although….unfounded”)

  6. Question 15 15. The “social psychologists:” mentioned in paragraph 2 (lines 17-34) would likely describe the “deadweight loss” phenomenon as • Predictable • Questionable • Disturbing • Unprecendented

  7. Question 16 16. The passage indicated that the assumption made by gift-givers in lines 41-44 may be • Insincere • Unreasonable • Incorrect • Substantiated

  8. Question 17 17. Which choice provides the best evidence for the answer to the previous question? • Lines 53-55 (“Perhaps…consideration”) • Lines 55-60 (“According…relationship”) • Lines 63-65 (“As…consideration”) • Lines 75-78 (“In…relations”)

  9. Question 18 18. As it is used in line 54, “convey” most nearly means • Transport • Counteract • Exchange • Communicate

  10. Question 19 19. The authors refer to work by Camerer and others (line 56) in order to • Offer an explanation • Introduce an argument • Question a motive • Support a conclusion

  11. Question 20 20. The graph following the passage offers evidence that gift-givers base their predictions of how much a gift will be appreciated on • The appreciation level of the gift-recipients • The monetary level of the gift • Their own desires for the gifts they purchase • Their relationship with the gift-recipients

  12. Question 21 21. The authors would likely attribute the differences in gift-giver and recipient mean appreciation as represented in the graph to • An inability to shift perspective • An increasingly materialistic culture. • A growing opposition to gift-giving. • A misunderstanding of intentions.

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