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11. Under Section 315 of the Communications Act, the term equal opportunity means A. equal time. B. equal facilities. C. comparable costs. D. all of the above. 12. To fall within the FCC's definition of indecency, the content must relate to which of the following? A. Nudity or prurient interests B. Sexual or violent images and dialogue C..
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1. In court rulings on whether trials are presumptively open or closed A. the Supreme Court has ruled that both criminal and civil trials are open. B. the Supreme Court has ruled that criminal trials are open, but civil trials are closed. C. the Supreme Court has ruled that criminal trials are open,.
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6. In Zurcherv. Stanford Daily, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that newsroom searches A. by government agents were a direct interference with freedoms protected by the First Amendment and are impermissible. B. by government agents are not a First Amendment issue, but are governed by the Fourth Amendment and are clearly permissible. C..
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11. The following two important masks represent the Kuba king's legendary ancestors. They are the founding ancestor, Woot and his daughter the beautiful Ngady Amwaash. During childbirth she sheds tears. What accounts for these tears? a. The knowledge of her role as legendary ancestress b. In order to procreate she must commit.
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6. At issue in the case of Johanns v. Livestock Marketing Association was/were: A. fraudulent advertisements about beef being "guaranteed" to be 100 percent free of Mad Cow Disease. B. fraudulent advertisements about milk being "guaranteed" to be 100 percent free of bovine growth hormones. C. the compelled funding of advertising for the.
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1. The first recorded obscenity prosecution in the United States occurred in A. 1725. B. 1793. C. 1815. D. 1870. 2. The First Amendment does not protect: A. the production of child pornography. B. the distribution of child pornography. C. the possession of child pornography. D. the production, distribution and possession of child pornography. 3. The current test for determining.
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24. Set forth the three questions that courts typically ask in a civil lawsuit in determining whether a qualified reporter's privilege not to testify should be overcome. 25. Describe both the information that James Taricani wanted to keep secret and who was seeking the information from Taricani.     .
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6. Which of the following areas of broadcast programming is regulated most heavily? A. Children's programming B. Sports programming C. News programming D. Infomercials 7. The candidate access rule requires broadcasters to give A. all candidates for public office a reasonable opportunity to buy broadcast time at radio and television stations. B. all candidates for public office.
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16. Under the Junk Fax Protection Act, unsolicited advertisement faxes are banned unless there is ______________________________ between the sender and recipient. 17. The FTC requires proof by _________________________ evidence when an advertiser makes a claim relating to health or safety. 18. An advertisement that makes the claim that a company sells "the.
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35. The linked seated couple that clearly documents the gender roles would have been created in which of the following groups? a. Dogon b. Baule c. Kongo d. Senufo 36. Which of the following describes how Mamy Wata appears in the dreams of her devotees? a. as a small female child b. as a voluptuously obese woman c..
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16. The gods of the Igbo peoples found in the mbari house are clothed in contemporary and traditional clothing representing concepts of modernity and tradition for the Igbo. Which of the following describes the clothing style for the goddess? a. modern clothing b. body paint and traditional hairstyle c. modern clothing with body.
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6. Prosecutions for transmitting obscenity over the Internet A. are very rare in the United States. B. must be initiated in the community where the material originated. C. must be initiated in the community where the online service provider is located. D. may be initiated in any community where the material can be accessed. 7..
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16. The U.S. Supreme Court has held that nude dancing constitutes speech entitled to some degree of First Amendment protection. 17. A community may use studies done in other cities to establish its need for a zoning law for adult businesses. 18. In 2008, the U.S. Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the PROTECT.
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11. Variable obscenity laws A. allow various states to have varying definitions of obscenity. B. permit states to force adult theaters and bookstores to locate in specific areas. C. permit states to ban the sale of certain kinds of erotic material to minors. D. allow for the zoning of sexually oriented businesses. 12. The Communications.
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16. As of 2011, the only state that did not recognize some form of a privilege (be it statutory, common law or constitutional) for journalists seeking to preserve the confidentiality of sources or information was: A. Missouri B. Florida C. California D. Wyoming 17. The key to understanding the Supreme Court's ruling in Branzburg v..
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1. How many commissioners (members) are there at the FCC? A. Five B. Seven C. Nine D. Ten 2. When it comes to regulating telephones, the FCC in 2011 turned its attention to implementing a new act at that focuses on A. sexually explicit telephone services. B. the practice of spoofing. C. 911 emergency answering services. D. so-called "robo.
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21. It was not until the year ________ that the U.S. Supreme Court first held that commercial advertising enjoys a degree of First Amendment protection. 22. Under the Central Hudson test for the commercial speech doctrine, the government must have evidence that the regulation in question __________ advances the government's interest. 23..
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11. The federal courts are in disagreement whether deportation hearings should always to open to the press and public. 12. Although a judge may have difficulty closing a pretrial hearing today, most courts have ruled that a trial judge may deny access to documents filed in connection with the hearing. 13. As.
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11. Which one of the following cases centered on the ability of confidential sources to sue journalists who breach promises of confidentiality? A. Cohen v. Cowles Media Co. B. ReportersCommittee v. AT&T C. Branzburg v. Hayes D. Zurcher v. Stanford Daily 12. Ten of 12 of the federal appellate courts have ruled that the First.
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19. In determining whether a judicial proceeding should be presumed to be open, a judge must consider what two factors? 20. What are the three reasons that out-of-court settlement agreements are usually sealed? 21. What are the steps taken to successfully close a presumptively open pretrial hearing?     .
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21. Elaborate cyclical masquerades occur in which of the following societies? a. Baule b. Mende c. Kongo d. Dogon 22. The Mbari construction process is a stylized ____. a. world renewal ritual b. royal ritual c. ancestor worship ritual d. kinship ritual 23. Which of the following can describe Kongo nkisi n'kondi figures. a. They were all alike. b. They all wore.
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16. The press is never permitted to challenge a restrictive order aimed at trial participants because it lacks standing. 17. In NebraskaPress Association v. Stuart, the Supreme Court ruled that restrictive orders aimed at the participants in the trial are unconstitutional. 18. The concept of the restrictive order was developed for the.
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1. Commercial speech did not receive any First Amendment protection until A. the 1920s B. the 1950s C. the 1960s D. the 1970s 2. The United States Supreme Court defines commercial speech as A. advertisements that include the price of a product. B. speech that proposes a commercial transaction. C. advertisements that include the name of a company.
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6. Which of the following describes the Akan style trait that is found in both clay and wood sculpture? a. conventionalized, flattened heads b. glistening black surfaces c. neck ridges d. wide, broad foreheads 7. The Akan akua'ba sculptures are consecrated at shrines for young women to carry in order to ____. a. placate the great.
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16. In 2006, maximum fine for an indecency regulation violation was raised to $100,000. 17. The FCC used to define "profane language" as divine imprecation and religious blasphemy. 18. PICON stands for _____________________________________. 19. The notion that there are a finite number of frequencies on which to broadcast and, in turn, that there.
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