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true/false 1.__________   One of Kershner’s Five Rules of Journalism is “Find your focus.” (4)   2.__________   One of Kershner’s Five Rules of Journalism is “Every paragraph must have a topic sentence.” (4)   3.__________   One of Kershner’s Five Rules of Journalism is “Strive to be objective.” (4)   4.__________   Among the basics of journalism are the five.
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1)  Education designed for and offered to all people, regardless of their physical, social, emotional, and intellectual characteristics is called  A) education for everyone. B)inclusive education. C)common school. D)normal school. 2)  The Southern Institute for Education and Research housed at Tulane University provides  A) teaching guides and curriculum consultation to teachers . B)programs to help.
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T F 1.Narrower critical approaches are approaches that are shorter and less detailed. T F 2. The word myth comes from the Greek mythos, which was Aristotle’s word for a character’s struggle with hubris. T F 3.Myths have been used to justify racism. T F 4.Cultural critics assume that mythic narratives regularly reinforced.
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true/false 1.__________   News is a timely account of a recent, interesting, and significant event. (1) 2.__________   Media is a singular noun; the plural is medias. (1) 3.__________   A medium is an intermediate substance, agency, or instrument through which a force acts or an effect is produced. (1) 4.__________   Printing made the mass media possible.
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  1.The power to define an organization’s scope, goals, and use of resources is called a.operational analysis. b.systems analysis. c.allocative control. d.hegemony. e.structural contraction. 2.In production context criticism, the type of analysis that focuses on issues of determination and how constraints in organizational environments place limits on decision-making is called a.              actional analysis. b.structural analysis. c.operational analysis. d.Both a and.
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1.__________   Begin a story about a speech the same way the speaker began the speech. (17)   2.__________   Do not include everything said in the meeting or speech, just the most important parts. (17)   3.__________   In newsroom jargon, the story that previews a meeting is called a “preemie,” and the story that follows it.
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  21)  Which of the following terms best defines tenure? A)probationary period B)continuing contract C)teacher attrition D)reduction in force 22)  Formative teacher evaluations are based on all of the following beliefs except:   A) professional teachers constantly strive for continued individual excellence. B)given sufficient information, teachers will independently evaluate themselves as well as, or better than, others. C)willingness.
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  1.The “return of the reader” in reader-oriented criticism is in part a return to a.historically framed sociology of literature. b.genre criticism. c.thinking about literature as a rhetorical communication act. d.Both a and b. e.Both a and c. 2.Which is of the following is true about reader-oriented criticism? a.It is concerned with “actualized” meanings of readers. b.Standing is given.
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  1._________   Almost every news story will require that a reporter interview people to obtain information. (13)   2.__________   When interviewing someone it is a good idea to ask the person if you can call him or her back with additional questions. (13)   3.__________   Professional writers rarely read their work aloud. (13)   4.__________   The lead.
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  1.Myths are a.stories societies tell themselves to construct a past. b.stories that serve as ethical guides for the present. c.stories that convey a society’s vision of a future destiny. d.Both a and b e.Both a and c f.All of the above. 2.The myth of Faust a.is a story that teaches a moral lesson. b.is the story of a man.
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  41)  According to James Howe, the most commonly used insult is schools is  A) nerd. B)faggot. C)jock. D)loser. 42)  Single suicides can stimulate imitations, which are also referred to as   A) attempted suicides. B)group suicides. C)cluster suicides. D)vicarious suicides. 43)  What is the leading cause of death among teenagers 15 to 19 years old? A)suicide B)drug overdose C)motor vehicle accident D)homicide 44) .
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1.__________   It is legal for newspapers to print that the president is consulting with spacemen from Mars. (34)   2.__________   It is legal for newspapers to print pornographic pictures of adults engaged in bizarre sexual activities. (34)   3.__________   Media ethics are two plural words. (34)   4.__________   The rights to a free press can conflict.
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  1.The Hutchins Commission was most concerned with a.sex on MTV. b.television violence. c.misleading television advertising. d.social responsibilities of the press. e.None of the above. 2.Which of the following is not within the purview of the ethical critic? a.Professional ethics of media workers. b.Ethical propositions in television narratives. c.The nature and consequences of audience engagement. d.Both b and c. e.None of the.
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  31)  Students with limited English proficiency (LEP) most often receive help in the form of   A) bilingual education. B)English-only instruction. C)Title V services. D)native language instruction. 32)  All of the following arguments are used by critics of bilingual education except:   A) bilingual education programs do not teach the English language well. B)bilingual education.
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T F 1.Audience ethnographic criticism assumes propagandizing effects of television and an audience that isn’t very active. T F 2.Audience ethnographic criticism shares a focus with reader-oriented criticism on implied viewers. T F 3.Birmingham’s Centre for the Contemporary Cultural Studies was most responsible for the Screen theory of spectator’s gaze. T F 4.Dominant.
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  Make any changes necessary to improve the attribution in the following sentences, correcting style, punctuation, capitalization and grammar.  Please make sure your punctuation is clearly legible, and you use upper-case (capital) letters only where appropriate. 1.He said "journalism class was a complete waste of time". ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ 2.He called journalism: "A dead language." ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ 3.John Lennon.
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  31)  The NBPTS certification denotes outstanding performance in the following areas: A)knowledge of subjects B)understanding of students and learning C)actual classroom practice D)all of the above 32)  What would be a reason for receiving merit pay? A)outstanding teaching performance B)years of service C)completion of a graduate degree D)willingness to take on extra duties 33)  Performance evaluations begin in  A) student.
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true/false 1.__________   It’s means belonging to it. Its means it is. (8)   2.__________   A council is a group empowered to make decisions. A counsel is an adviser. (8)   3.__________   According to AP Style, do not use a comma before the conjunction in a series. (9)   4.__________   The book says to put a comma wherever.
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QUIZ #13, Chapter 35 true/false   1.___________     So far, every type of mass media has continued to exist after new ones were invented. (35)   2.___________  Newspapers have steadfastly avoided becoming involved in media convergence. (35)   3.___________   The mass media have tended to aim their products at more specific, less general, audiences. (35)   4.___________   The conversion.
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T F 1. Ideology is the hidden message in television programs. T F 2. Ideological messages are transmitted through content, not form. T F 3. Television is the prime circulator of meanings and pleasures in our society. T F 4. The term ideological was first coined by political economist Karl Marx in the 19th century. T F 5.Classical Marxism views the system of.
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  1.Ideology a.works to create common sense out of the dominant sense. b.is meaning in the service of power. c.was regarded by Marx as “false consciousness.” d.has come to refer to a body of ideas which are alleged to be erroneous an divorced from the practical realities of political life. e.All of the above. 2.Classical Marxist political.
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1.__________   A profile is a feature story that entertains and informs readers by telling them enough about a person so that they feel they know the subject. (23)   2.__________   A profile should include comments about the subject from other people. (23)   3.__________   A profile is one type of news story that never has.
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  21)  National educational associations promote multicultural education, equity, and opportunity by  A) legislation. B)advocating for direct intervention at all levels of the public education system. C)lobbying. D)promoting state initiatives designed to encourage pluralism. 22)  Students who qualify for special education   A) have one or more disabilities. B)exhibit no emotional outbursts. C)want attention. D)are never immigrants. 23)  The.
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1.___________     Chapter 33 concluded with an anecdote about a news photograph of a family home that had been destroyed by fire. (33)   2.___________     The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution protects Freedom of the Press. (33)   3.___________      The police can arrest journalists and jail them for criminal libel. (33)   4.___________     Writing a news story that.
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  11)  The federal government uses which of the following to calculate the national number of dropouts? A)the proportion of dropouts in a single year B)the number of students drop out at a single grade level C)the percentage of students in a specific age range not attending school D)all of the above 12)  The ability to.
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  1.__________      Before attending a performance the reviewer should do his or her “homework.” (21)   2.__________     A reviewer should not pay attention to audience reaction to a performance.(21)   3.__________     The most important part of a review is an extended plot summary. (21)   4.__________     A reviewer should write the review as soon after the performance.
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  1)Students who have failed one or more grades, have high rates of absenteeism and tardiness, speak a language other than English, are enrolled in special education classes, and/or are affected adversely by health-threatening factors. 2)What are programs that ensure children receive good health care and nurturing experiences that enhance their environments.
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  41)  Inclusive education is education designed for  A) special education students. B)all students. C)gifted and talented students. D)execeptional learners. 42)  Gay-straight alliances in schools seek to   A) encourage homosexual activities. B)provide skills and resources to students and teachers. C)rid schools of gay students. D)discourage tolerance. 43)  Single group studies encourage  A) the challenging of social inequities. B)people to.
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T F 1.Reader-oriented criticism is another name for audience ethnographic criticism. T F 2. Reader-oriented criticism is concerned with “actualized” meanings of the text to an audience. T F 3.Another name for reader-oriented criticism is reception theory. T F 4.Reader-oriented criticism represents a unified critical position. T F 5. In doing reader-oriented criticism, an.
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  1.Screen theory a.posited that the spectator’s “subject position” was naturalized through a “gaze” manufactured by the view of the camera. b.argued for connections between behavioralist research and reader-oriented criticism. c.was best known for the concept of the “missing reader.” d.advanced the notion of “interpretive communities.” e.Both c and d. 2.The encoding-decoding model did not include consideration.
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  1.Hundley’s analysis of the discourse of excessive beer drinking in Cheers concludes a.that over its eleven seasons, Cheers presented excessive beer drinking as a normal, natural everyday activity. b.that the series used humor, camaraderie, and detoxification to naturalize beer consumption. c.that the series contrasted natural, harmless beer drinking with harmful consequences of consuming.
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    1.__________  Reporters do not write the headlines for their own stories. (29)   2.__________   A headline summarizes a story in four to eight words. (29)   3.__________   Headlines are written in the present tense, such as “Red Sox Win World Series.” (29)   4.__________   Headlines with strong verbs that convey the meaning of the story are.
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  41)  What term is used to describe the negotiation of the professional rights and responsibilities of teachers as a group? A)collective bargaining B)contract discoursing C)due process D)capital investing 42)  Which of the following criticisms has been leveled at teacher unions?  A) Teacher unions shield their members from scrutiny. B)Teacher unions exercise considerable power for the improvement.
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  11)  Which of the following actions can be taken if superintendent is unable to find a certified teacher to fill a position? A)She may hire an unqualified person temporarily without consulting the state department of education. B)She may petition the state education department to hire an uncertified person on an emergency basis. C)She.
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  31)  The most likely penalty for teachers who fail to report child abuse or neglect is   A) being fined from $500 to $1000. B)receiving a prison term up to one year. C)losing their education degrees. D)being demoted or dismissed from teaching. 32)  Which of the following statements is most accurate regarding child maltreatment? .
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T F 1.Cultural criticism normatively defines culture as the one correct set of habits, behaviors, and attitudes that properly civilized/cultured individuals should display. T F 2. In the 19th century, Matthew Arnold defined culture as the everyday beliefs, habits, and customs shared by individuals in a society, which holds a society.
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  11)  The law that prohibits discrimination based on gender is   A) the Gender Bias Act. B)Title IX. C)Title I. D)the Antidefamation Act. 12)  Gender bias is A)discrimination based on sex. B)single sex schooling. C)unequal treatment of males and females. D)ignoring female students in a class. 13)  Goals for teaching multicultural education may include the following except:   A).
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  1.__________  Readers look at photos and graphics first. (31)   2.__________  People posing for the camera while holding checks or awards make excellent newspaper photographs. (31)   3.__________   The best news photographs show people doing something. (31)   4.__________   Photos with soft focus and poor contrast only get worse when reproduced in a newspaper. (31)   5.__________   When.
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  1)What type of licensure is given to those who prepare to teach without completing an approved education program? 2)What is the process of meeting basic requirements and standards for becoming a practicing teacher?  3)This term is used to describe the process of program review by outside experts who assert that a.
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1.__________   The editorial department of a newspaper is usually headed by the editor. (26)   2.__________   The division between news and features is vague, and both come from the editorial department. (26)   3.__________  The division between news and advertising is vague, and both come from the editorial department. (26)   4.__________  It is customary to say.
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  1)What are some characteristics of Teachers as Professionals? 2)Why is teaching sometimes referred to as a semiprofession rather than a profession? 3)Describe some of the career issues that teachers beginning their careers must face.   .
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  21)  What is the intention of the No Child Left Behind Act? A)To assure that the lowest achieving students regardless of income level enjoy the benefits of participating in high quality programs. B)To assure that the highest achieving students regardless of income level enjoy the benefits of participating in high quality programs. C)To.
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1)  The combination of teachers adding intellectual value to their organization, being decision makers, needing to have specialized knowledge, and are required to fulfill licensure requirements make teaching   A) a professional career. B)a part-time profession. C)a quasi-occupation. D)the working-class occupation. 2)  Which of the following conditions does not contribute to making teachers professionals?  A).
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1)  Some educational experts argue that our schools are blueprints for failure. Which of the following reasons is given for this statement? A)The amount of time allotted for science and math education is inadequate. B)Students spend only nine percent of their lives in schools and yet schools are supposed to solve society's.
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T F 1.Midrange production context criticism provides case studies or critical histories of organizational dynamics within one company or industry niche. T F 2.Allocative control entails lower-level decisions about resource allocation and policy implementation. T F 3.Actional analysis in production context criticism is concerned with how people in organizations act to gain.
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