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    11)NOT producing a story that puts your newspaper’s parent company in bad light would seem to be primarily based on a sense of duty to self.   12)Newspaper editor Charlie Gay refuses to name victims of all crimes, not just sexual-assaults,  because he says naming people without permission is an invasion of.
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  6.Describe the importance of listening skills   7.Describe the difference between passive, active, critical and empathetic listening.   8.List and describe the stages of the listening process.   9.List and describe three key barriers to listening.   10.List and describe three ways to improve listening.   .
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1) Why did investigative reporter Jim DeFede get fired?   A) He wrote a false story. B)He fabricated facts from a story. C)He illegally taped a telephone conversation. D)He didn’t check sources.   2) The earliest mass media code of ethics was from the   A) National Association of Broadcasters. B)American Society of Newspaper Editors. C)Radio-Television News Directors Association. D)Public.
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    21) The Schenck case determined that A)stolen government documents cannot be used in public media. B)the government has no special powers against free expression during wartime. C)the government can only take wartime actions if classified information is being revealed. D)the government can limit free expression when the nation is at war.   22) Prohibiting expression before.
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    Match each concept on the left with its best explanation in the right column. 1)CopyrightA) Determines whether advocacy speech is constitutionally protected 2)Intellectual propertyB) Law meant to keep indecent material off Internet 3)AssignmentC) Creative works 4)News mediaD) Offensive expression aimed at racial, ethnic, or sexual- orientation minorities 5)Prior restraintE) Allows censorship of speech inciting violence 6)Incitement.
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    41)A banking collapse that remained shrouded in secrecy because of court injunctions that prevented media coverage of what had happened has prompted new laws that may make Iceland one of the most open and transparent nations in the world.   42)WikiLeaks, whose servers were located outside Iceland, achieved heroic status there for.
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    31)Situational ethics means that all situations can be placed into categories for which strict rules can provide the answer.   32)There seems to be no ethical mechanism in place to encourage accuracy among reckless bloggers and quasi-mainstream radio-talk show hosts.   33)Former Presidential candidate Michele Bachman acquired an unfortunate reputation for looseness with facts.
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  1.Describe nonverbal communication and its role in the communication process.   2.List and describe three principles of nonverbal communication.   3.List and describe four types of nonverbal communication.   4.List and describe one way to improve nonverbal communication.   5.List and describe three examples of nonverbal artifacts.       .
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    11)Copyright law protects all forms of intellectual property. 12)If someone wants to legally use the copyright-protected work of another, one way is to get permission.   13)The assignment of rights is just another way to describe the granting of permission to use copyrighted work.   14)Any theft of copyright-protected work is called copy-banditry..   15)The theft of.
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    51)Kansan John Brinkley lost his license for KFKB radio because its programming promoted such medical quackery as surgically implanting goat glands in men to cure sexual  dysfunction.    52)Because the public airwaves are used for broadcasting,  broadcast speech can be regulated.   53)Losing a libel suit can put a publication or broadcast.
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1.According to the text, nonverbal communication is a.communication that uses signs and symbols. b.communication that is verbal and not verbal. c.communication that is not verbal. d.like American Sign Language (ASL).   2.According to the text, nonverbal communication is a.communication  between friends that uses special symbols. b.communication between friends that uses text messages c.communication that is not verbal. d.like American Sign.
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  11.Interpersonal communication involves communication a.within one’s self. b.between two people. c.between three or more people. d.in a public setting. 12.Group communication is a.communication between people in a group setting. b.a dynamic process in which a small group of people engage in a conversation. c.a static process in which a small group of people engage in a conversation. d.an interactive.
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    31)The doctrine that permits criticism of performers and performances is called __________ comment and criticism.    32)The Supreme Court has ruled that __________, which is any material aimed at sexual arousal, cannot be totally prohibited.   33)Bans of sexually explicit material fail if they are challenged in courts unless the material is found.
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1.According to the text, perception is a.individual and complex. b.selection of specific stimuli. c.organization of ideas. d..interpretation of experiences.   2.According to the text, perception is a.a group experience that involves selection, organization, and interpretation b.selection of specific stimuli. c.organization of ideas. d.a process that involves selection, organization, and interpretation   3.Perception involves a.choice, opportunity, and preparation. b.selection, organization and influence. c.selection, opportunity and influence. d.selection,.
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  1.Describe language and its role in perception and the communication process.   2.List and describe five key principles of verbal communication.   3.List and describe nine ways language can be an obstacle to communication.   4.List and describe three barriers to communication.   5.List and describe six ways to improve verbal communication.       .
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  21)Passing off someone else’s creative work as your own is __________.   22)A reporter who uses deception in gathering or telling information is engaging in __________.   23)__________ news occurs when public relations professionals organize media events, such as rallies and demonstrations on topical issues.   24)Misrepresentation through omission and juxtaposition is known as __________ editing. .
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  1.According to the text, perception is individual and complex.   2.According to the text, perception is a group experience that involves selection, organization, and interpretation.   3.Perception involves selection, organization and interpretation.   4.Selection has three main parts selective choice, service and dedication.   5.Organization as an aspect of perception is when we sort and categorize information in.
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  1.List and describe the eight basic components of communication. 2.Label and describe one principle of communication. 3.Label and describe one context of communication. 4.Define communication and explain the three main points of the definition. 5.Describe the linear model of communication and its main components.   .
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    31)The Incitement Standard determines whether expression could be banned for promoting lawless actions.   32)Under the Incitement Standard, government can silence someone only when the statement advocates a lawless action, even if such action is unlikely to occur.   33)Although the right to free expression has very few exceptions today, the Supreme Court has.
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  1)Law and __________ don’t always coincide; the fact that something is illegal does NOT always mean it is also unethical.   2)The code of ethics for journalists developed by the American Society of Newspaper Editors is called the __________ of Journalism.   3)Following rules to make morally right decisions is called __________ ethics.   4)A statement.
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    61)“Indecency” is the term used by the Federal Communications Commission for a range of words and depictions considered improper on public airwaves.   62)A problem with the 1996 Communication Decency Act was restricting objectionable material in a way that would keep it from children without restricting adult access.   63)The courts found the 1996.
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    51)One of the techniques of new journalism practiced in the 1960s was using fiction-writing methods in news stories.   52)Nothing is inherently wrong in taking gifts and favors if they do not influence coverage and the benefactor understands that.   53)The Associated Press Managing Editors ethics code calls on journalists to reciprocate for all.
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  21.Hearing is done a.actively. b.passively. c.reluctantly. d.metaphorically.   22.Listening is done a.actively. b.passively. c.reluctantly. d.metaphorically.   23.In active listening, you a.choose to not listen. b.choose to listen. c.choose which channel to watch or hear. d.choose which channel to not watch or hear.   24.In empathic listening, you a.Try to understand speaker’s point of view. b.Try to discern the speaker’s background. c.Try to understand your own point of view. d.Try to discern.
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    11)The RIAA, which is the __________ , is taking legal action against college students who illegally download music.   12)People whom the RIAA knows have illegally downloaded music are receiving __________ notices warning them to pay an out-of-court settlement now or be sued for copyright violation.   13)The __________ to the Constitution bars the.
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  1.Communication skills are prized by employers, co-workers and family. 2.The most important skill in business, according to numerous industry surveys, is actuarial expertise. 3.Communication is defined as a process of understanding and sharing meaning.  4.The four models of communication include linear, constructivist, transactional and interactional. 5.Essential components of communication include sender, listener, message,.
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    31) The Fighting Words Doctrine determined that A)violent acts may be justified if provoking language is harsh enough. B)censorship can be justified against insulting language that is likely to provoke violence. C)libel does not apply where a history of “fighting words” can be proven between the two parties. D)language, no matter how violent, is.
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  1)Despite firing reporter Jim DeFede for collecting information by illegally recording a source, the Miami Herald still used the information to generate a story.   2)The American Society of Newspaper Editors created the first mass media ethics code.   3)Mass-media ethics codes anticipate all moral questions.   4)Mass media organizations use codes of ethics to determine.
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  1.According to the text, nonverbal communication is communication that is not verbal.   2.According to the text, nonverbal communication is like American Sign Language (ASL).   3.Nonverbal Communication is Slow.   4.In nonverbal communication, illustrators reinforce a verbal message.   5.In nonverbal communication, illustrators reinforce a verbal message, like pointing and saying “over there.”   6.In nonverbal communication, emblems.
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  1)Jon Lech Johansen developed software to share music.   2)Jon Lech Johansen of Norway was a teen when he hacked Hollywood’s copy- protection on DVDs and revealed how to do it online thus allowing worldwide ripping and file-sharing of movies.   3)The teen-aged hacker who posted online instructions for breaking the anti-copying code and.
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    41)Accepted practices do not require examination and reevaluation.   42)Prudence is the application of wisdom in a practical situation.   43)Passing off someone else’s creative work as your own is plagiarism.   44)The cut-and-paste mentality of the Internet generation has complicated the issue of plagiarism. 45)A journalistic tolerance for plagiarism once allowed many radio stations to get.
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  11.Which of the following is NOT an obstacle to communication? a.Speech is like written language b.Slang c.Jargon c. Sexist and racist language   12.Slang is best described as words a.used by young people. b.that mean something to us and the people we associate with, and may be understood by people outside of our group. c.that mean something to us.
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  6.Describe the interactive model of communication and its main components. 7.Describe the transactional model of communication and its main components. 8.Describe the constructivist model of communication and its main components. 9.Describe the two main aspects of interference as part of the communication process.  10.“You can’t take it back” is a phrase that relates.
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1.Which of the following is NOT a principle of verbal communication? a.Language has rules. b.Our reality is shaped by our language. c.Our reality is determined by our language. d.Language is arbitrary and symbolic.   2.Which of the following is a principle of verbal communication? a.Language has grammar rules. b.Our reality is shaped by our language. c.Our reality is determined.
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  11.In terms of the uses of nonverbal communication, it can: a.compliment, repeat, replace, mask or contradict verbal communication. b.encourage, discourage, facilitate, or deny verbal communication. c.repeat, suggest, replace, mask, or confirm verbal communication. d.confirm, encourage, discourage, mask or compliment verbal communication.    12.Which of the following is NOT a principle of nonverbal communication? a.Nonverbal Communication is.
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  11)__________ suggests that everyone be treated the same.   12)Making decisions with a blind eye to extraneous facts that could affect decisions is applying the veil of __________.   13)The __________ Commission was a learned group that studied the U.S. mass media in the 1940s and recommended journalists make decisions that serve the society.
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  1.“Our reality is shaped by our language“ is a principle of verbal communication?   2.Our perception of reality is determined by our thought process and our thought processes are limited by language and, therefore, language shapes our reality.   3.The denotative meaning of a word is the common meaning which may or may.
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  6.Define and describe a “euphemism.”   7.Define and describe “doublespeak.”   8.Define and describe “bypassing.”   9.Define and describe “Indiscrimination.”   10.Define and describe “polarization.”   .
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    11) A reporter relying on press releases produced by public relations professionals needs to be aware that A)they are the most common sources of plagiarism. B)they are rarely useful for anything more than filler. C)it is difficult to attribute them to a specific source. D)they are prepared to promote something in particular and are.
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    41) A written defamation is called A)libel. B)slander. C)hate speech . D)detraction .   42 The largest jury award for libel up to this point was against   A) Ladies’ Home Journal. B)the New York Times. C)Time. D)the Wall Street Journal.   43) Which of the following would be most hard-pressed to win a libel suit? A)a public school teacher B)a shop keeper C)a mayor D)a.
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    1.Describe the relationship between perception and the communication process.   2.Describe the process of perception.   3.Describe how perception differs between people.   4.Describe the relationship between perception and self-concept.   5.List the key components of self-concept.       .
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    1)__________  was a teen when he hacked Hollywood’s copy- protection on DVDs and revealed how to do it online thus allowing worldwide ripping and file-sharing of movies.   2)The teen-aged hacker who posted online instructions for breaking the anti-copying code and ripping movies from DVDs was prosecuted and found __________ in his.
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    21)Controlling the time, place and manner of expression is legal as long as the government’s restrictions are __________.   22)A banking collapse that remained shrouded in secrecy because the courts blocked media news reports of what happened prompted new laws that may make __________ one of the most open and transparent nations.
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    21) John Stuart Mill believed that morally right decisions   A) were those that promoted democracy. B)resulted in happiness for as many people as possible. C)conformed to religious doctrine. D)avoid extremes.   22) A problem with pragmatic ethics is A)racial bias inevitably gets in the way. B)people don’t know if their moral actions will have good results. C)possible harm.
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    21)Immanuel Kant believed in hard thinking, not ethical codes.   22)The principle of utility most closely parallels the democratic principle of majority rule.    23)Pragmatic ethics emphasize that moral decisions must be made without consideration of the result.   24)The veil of ignorance means making decisions with no regard to extraneous factors that could affect.
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    31) A major criticism of situational ethics is that A)they do not offer flexibility in morally ambiguous situations. B)they essentially require people to predict the future. C)they remove the power of decision-making from the individual. D)they leave one prone to flip-flopping on moral issues.   32) A useful four-quadrant model that can be used for sorting.
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    Match each ethical concept with its best description from the right column. 1)PrudenceA) Your decisions should be suitable if used as universal laws 2)Prescriptive ethicsB) Presenting fiction, recreations, or staged events as news 3)Golden Mean C) Depend on a sense of duty and having good rules to follow 4)Categorical imperativeD) Carefully following the rules.
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    41) Which journalistic practice comes close to crossing the line into plagiarism? A)quoting liberally from a speech delivered by a politician B)quoting extensively in a review C)showing a clip in a movie review on television D)institutionalized exchange of stories   42) Which of the following is most likely considered an accidental source of plagiarism? A)swapping stories B)PR-generated material C)monitoring.
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    21)It is estimated that more than half of all college students illegally download music and movies.   22)The Recording Industry Association of America is e-mailing individuals to inform them of  their legal liability for violating federal copyright laws by unlawfully downloading or sharing music.   23)People who are known to have illegally downloaded music.
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1.Communication skills are prized by a.employers. b.co-workers. c.family. d.all of the answers provided. 2.According to the text, what is the most important skill in business according to numerous industry surveys? a.computer applications b.actuarial expertise c.interpersonal, group and presentation communication skills d.who you know, not what you know 3.Communication is defined as a.process of understanding one another. b.the process of understanding and sharing.
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  11.According to the text, similarity as an aspect of perception is a.the perceptual organization of information based on physical space between objects. b.the perceptual organization of information based on perceived points of similarity across distinct items. c.the organization of information based on perception and interpretation. d.the perceptual organization of information based on interpretation.    12.According.
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