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    71) A message intended to persuade people to buy a product is called­­_________________.     72) ­ __________________is the Canadian who speculated about hot and cool media.   73) The most recent example of a medium that can unite people is the ­_________________.   74) The fragmentation of the mass audience into narrower segments is called.
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21) Steve Jobs is the founder of which company? A) Disney ABC B) Apple Computer C) Research in Motion D) Dell E) Warner Communications 22) What is at the centre of the concentric circle model? A) Audiences B) Technology C) Regulators D) Communicators E) Gatekeepers 23) What is the role of gatekeepers? A) Decide what is sent to stations and networks B) Produce.
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1. The word “photography” literally means "image capture." "light-writing." "to make." "to picture." 2. Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre was unable to include people in his photographs, because in his time mineral salts were required in the process. mercury vapor was required in the process. exposure times were very long. photographs were made on metal plates. 3. Margaret Bourke-White’s Louisville Flood Victims.
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    81) A teacher lecturing to a class of students is an example of _________________ communication.   82) Mass communication is possible only through _________________, whether it be a printing press, a broadcast transmitter, or an internet server.   83) _________________is unlike other communication in that the audience is distant.   84) A letter to the editor.
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1. Angelica Kauffmann's paintings are in what style? Romantic Neoclassical Realist Rococo 2. Rosa Bonheur’s The Horse Fair is an example of Realism. Symbolism. Impressionism. Postimpressionism. 3. Viewers were shocked by Edouard Manet’s Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe (Luncheon on the Grass), because of the heavy reliance on the color green. vastness of the landscape. juxtaposition of nude and clothed figures. lack of a.
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1. Some believe that the sculpture Woman of Willendorf was associated with the Great Mother Goddess. the development of stone tools. hunting rituals. the agricultural revolution. 2. Which structure features a ring of posts and lintels? the Great Pyramids at Giza the Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut Stonehenge Ziggurat of Ur-Nammu 3. Petroglyphs are made by scratching an image.
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1. Which of the following is used to describe an elevated awareness of beauty in the viewer? aesthetics perception medium Idealism 2. Chaz Maviyane-Davies’s Global Warning is an example of art as a vehicle for communicating information. personal expression. social causes. delight. 3. Francisco Goya's print I Saw This was intended as a commentary on war. race..
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51) Convergence is not an issue affecting Canadian media. A) True B) False 52) Ben Bagdikian says that conglomeration affects diversity in the media. A) True B) False 53) Ben Bagdikian is an opponent of convergence. A) True B) False 54) The only function of advertising is persuasion. A) True B) False 55) People need the media, but the media do not.
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51) The iPhone and other smart phones are the first examples of wireless communication. A) True B) False 52) Many feel that Marconi is the father of telegraphy, while a Canadian, Reginald Aubrey Fessenden, is the father of radio. A) True B) False 53) Like movies, the earliest televisions used chemical rather than electronic screens. A) True B).
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61) Hundreds of serious studies have proven that media violence begets real violence. A) True B) False 62) Group communication is the most intimate form of communication. A) True B) False 63) Mass audiences are generally similar and homogeneous. A) True B) False 64) Historically, print media are not very good at unification. A) True B) False 65) The Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications.
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61) New media devices, such as BlackBerrys and Kindles, can only be used to consume media content. A) True B) False 62) The relatively low cost of internet production and delivery has resulted in the democratization of mass communication. A) True B) False 63) The issues or events that take place in Second Life have no.
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  One For the Road   1.Throughout the final scene of One For the Road, Victor has difficulty speaking because: A.he is devastated because he has learned his son has been executed B.he has seen his wife who has been raped repeatedly C.he has had his tongue cut with sharp instruments D.he is slowly dying because he.
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1. Why would Utagawa Hiroshige have needed to be careful in his registration in creating Shono hakuu (Light Rain at Shono)? It was part of a popular series. It is a relief print. It required multiple blocks of color. It represents atmospheric effects. 2. Elizabeth Catlett’s Sharecropper is an example of a linoleum cut. an engraving..
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1. Background shapes are referred to as negative shapes. positive shapes. biomorphic shapes. organic shapes. 2. The purity or saturation of a color is its hue. value. intensity. form. 3. Figure-ground reversal can best be seen in Shen Zhou’s Poet on a Mountaintop. Kiki Smith’s Ginzer. Lee Friedlander’s Bismarck, North Dakota. M.C. Escher's Sky and Water I. 4. In.
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1. Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's sculptures, such as Shuttlecocks, affect us immediately through their symbolism. scale. iconography. color. 2. Which of the following is the result of the process of arranging, selecting, and ordering? unity within variety design emphasis Direction 3. Size relationships between parts of a whole are known as pattern..
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1. One of the oldest surviving examples of sub-Saharan art comes from the Benin culture. Nok culture. Ife culture. Yoruba culture. 2. A mangaaka power figure personifies the force of justice. piety. destruction. creation. 3. The Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand. Easter Island. Australia. Hawaii. 4. The Hopewell people built large mounds, such as the Great Serpent Mound, in.
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1. Which theories focus attention on the composition of an artwork and how earlier artworks may have influenced it? formal theories contextual theories political theories expressive theories 2. Value judgment about art necessarily involves subjectivity. negative judgments. contextual evaluation. analysis of an artist’s biography. 3. Making discriminating judgments about art is inherent to censorship only contextual theories.
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1. The term used to discuss how a building stands up is structure. form. method. function. 2. “Zimbabwe” means “ancient dwelling.” “post-and-beam construction.” “dressed masonry.” “stone house.” 3. Which structure features an arcade of round arches? Notre-Dame de Chartres Pont du Gard the Crystal Palace the Seagram Building 4. In the Crystal Palace, Joseph Paxton made use of barrel vaults..
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    Mud   1.Mud is: A.an Expressionistic work spiced with presentational stylistic qualities B.a Naturalistic work C.an Absurdist comedy D.a modern allegorical work spiced with Naturalistic qualities E.Romantic work   2.In Mud, Mae asks Lloyd to pick up: A.the groundhog B.the knife C.his underwear and socks D.the corn E.none of the above   3.In Mud, Mae goes to the clinic to: A.seek a cure for her disease B.inform.
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1. Vincent van Gogh’s Carpenter demonstrates spontaneity in mark making. careful attention to detail. an ability to incorporate multiple drawing media. a preference for using drawing in a projective fashion. 2. Michelangelo created Study of a Reclining Male Nude primarily from his imagination. in preparation for a larger work. as a demonstration of his.
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1. Which nineteenth-century artist attempted to bring craft and fine art together by creating a design company? Beatrice Wood William Morris Claude Cahun Henry Gilpin 2. Dale Chihuly is noted for his intricate and colorful works in clay. Plexiglas. glass. metal. 3. Which artist is known for creating “story quilts”? Miriam Schapiro Faith Ringgold Polly Apfelbaum Lara Baladi 4..
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1. Eadweard Muybridge is known for portraying his ideas in storyboards. pioneering the genre of film noir. developing the technique of montage. photographing people and animals in motion. 2. The phenomenon in which the human brain retains a visual image for a fraction of a second longer than the human eye records it.
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Multiple-Choice Questions 1. In Her Secret Is Patience, Janet Echelman used wood and plastic. fiber, steel, and lights. glass and copper. grass, plants, and flowers. 2. Romare Bearden’s Rocket to the Moon is an example of a photomontage. an outsider artwork. a nonobjective artwork. a retablo. 3. Jazz provided a notable influence on the work of Ray Beldner. Romare Bearden. Edward Weston. Alexis.
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  Angels in America   1.In Angels in America, the actor who plays the angel is also seen--quite deliberately--as A.the homeless lady in the South Bronx B.the real estate saleswoman in Salt Lake City C.the nurse D.the actor actually plays all the above E.the actor plays only the Nurse in addition to the Angel.   2.In Angels in America, Roy.
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    Personal Effects   1.In Personal Effects, the Train Station does not contain: A.an Arrival/Departure Schedule B.safety announcements C.a waiting area D.a restroom E.water   2.The Man/Musician in Personal Effects opens his violin case to discover that: A.the violin has been damaged B.the violin has been stained C.all the strings are broken D.a string is broken E.A and C   3.In Personal Effects the Man/Musician discovers that.
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41) The tetrad of media effects model focuses on the meaning that users make of the message. A) True B) False 42) Mass media is built on two primary technologies—analog and digital. A) True B) False 43) There are five parts to McLuhan’s tetrad of media effects model. A) True B) False 44) Printing was invented by Johannes Gutenberg.
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11) We depend on media, and media industries depend on having an audience. This is called A) entertainment. B)  personal dependence. C)  persuasion. D)  marketplace of ideas. E)  symbiosis. 12) Possessing the knowledge to be competent in assessing messages carried by mass media is called A) the marketplace of ideas. B) media literacy. C)  symbiosis. D) media know-how. E) .
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1. In formulating a theory of postmodernism, architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott-Brown professed architectural inspiration from the city of Salt Lake City. Santa Monica. Cincinnati. Las Vegas. 2. Which of these works exemplifies the Neo-Expressionist style? Anselm Kiefer's Osiris and Isis Anish Kapoor’s To Reflect an Intimate Part of the Red Rachel Harrison’s This Is Not an Artwork Buster.
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41) Interpersonal communication takes place between two people. A) True B) False 42) Harold Innis is famous for saying “the medium is the message.” A) True B) False 43) Harold Innis claimed that social organization was influenced by the media used. A) True B) False 44) Space-biased societies are hierarchical and decentralized. A) True B) False 45) Paper has a bias for.
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  Dance and the Railroad   1.Though never seen on stage, Gwan Gung, an important character in The Dance and the  Railroad, is: A.a Chinese businessman who exploits the workers as they try to get jobs B."The god of fighters" of Chinese Opera who defends the poor C.a famous actor whom Ma wants to be like D.Lone's .
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1. Which artist believed himself to reveal the essence of his forms in his work? Wassily Kandinsky Pablo Picasso Marcel Duchamp Constantine Brancusi 2. Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 demonstrates the influence of Surrealism. Classical sculpture. Expressionism. stroboscopic photography. 3. Which artist most notably felt that abstract and nonrepresentational art led to a new spirituality? Georges Braque Giacomo.
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1. Marcel Duchamp's L.H.O.O.Q. is an example of Surrealism. Constructivism. De Stijl. Dada. 2. René Magritte's depiction of ordinary subjects in absurd or unusual juxtapositions is characteristic of Dada. De Stijl. Surrealism. Constructivism. 3. All of the following are characteristic of International Style architecture EXCEPT decorative ornamentaion. rectilinear planes. steel frames. curtain walls. 4. Although not a member of the Surrealists, this.
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1. Hiphopabad, Botoxia, and Trumpistan are all places in an inventive map by Maira Kalman and Rick Meyerowitz. Michael Bierut. Heidi Cody. Superflex. 2. Björk’s album Biophilia was released on vinyl only. on CD only. as an e-mail. as a series of iPad apps. 3. Donald Meeker was instrumental in updating the font of school crossing signs. international railway.
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11) Philo Farnsworth, a pioneer in television technology, called his early invention a/an A) image dissector. B)  electronic newspaper. C)  moving picture tube. D)  wireless imager. E)  picture detector. 12) What was the name of the first human-made satellite? A) Apollo 11 B) Skylab C) Sputnik D) Spacelab E) Bolshevik 13) Which technology is capable of carrying 60 000 messages simultaneously? A) Landlines B).
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1. Jackson Pollock's Autumn Rhythm is an example of Conceptual art. Minimal art. Pop Art. Abstract Expressionism. 2. In Monogram, Robert Rauschenberg put everyday objects together with collage and painting to form what he called installations. combine-paintings. site-specific works. action paintings. 3. Joseph Kosuth’s One and Three Chairs is an example of performance art. color-field painting. Conceptual art. Minimalism. 4. Judy Chicago.
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1. Robert Longo’s Corporate Wars: Wall of Influence is an example of a low-relief sculpture. a high-relief sculpture. a mobile. an installation. 2. Due to its monumental size, Viola Frey's Stubborn Woman, Orange Hands is supported using wood splints. an armature. metal feet. the gallery wall. 3. Sculpture that is meant to be seen from.
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31) What triggered media demassification? A) Sports fans B) CRTC C) Technology D) The marketplace E) Moral consensus 32) What is an important issue with regards to advertising-funded media? A) Control over content B) Quality C) Demassification D) Consensus E) Unification 33) A chuckle and a letter to the editor are both examples of A) amplification. B)  filtering. C)  noise. D)  feedback. E)  gatekeeping. 34) Which term describes.
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1. Keltie Ferris demonstrates a contemporary approach by finishing her works with spray paint. digital manipulation. impasto. trompe l’oeil effects. 2. Joan Mitchell’s Untitled is an example of an acrylic painting. a fresco. an oil painting. a tempera painting. 3. Which artist is considered a leader in the revival of fresco painting in the 1920s.
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    " Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992   1.While it is difficult to name all of the characters in Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, among   those who stand out because of the length of their speeches and/or notoriety of their involvement is (are): A.  Senator Diane Feinstein B.Rodney King C.Senator Bill Bradley D.A & B E.B & C   2.In his description.
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    The Great Celestial Cow   1.Townsend wrote The Great Celestial Cow, in conjunction with actors from one of  England's most important social-activist theater companies called: A.The Royal Court Theater B.The English Stage Company C.Split Britches D.The Joint Stock Theater Group E.7:84 Theater Company   2.In The Great Celestial Cow who says the following--“One glimpse [at my legs] and the English.
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1. Masaccio’s The Holy Trinity fresco is considered to be the first painting based on the systematic use of contrapposto. chiaroscuro. linear perspective. foreshortening. 2. All of the following artists epitomize the High Renaissance EXCEPT Leonardo da Vinci. Donatello. Raphael. Michelangelo Buonarroti. 3. Michelangelo's David has a naturalistic pose, set in contrapposto, demonstrating the influence of Gothic frescoes. Flemish painting. Byzantine.
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1) One defining characteristic of mass communication is its reliance on A) technology. B)  sports. C)  news. D)  gossip. E)  celebrities. 2) Which of the following is not a media technology? A) Printing B) Chemical C) Electronic D) Digital E) Nano 3) Which was the first media technology? A) Digital B) Interpersonal C) Electronic D) Chemical E) Printing 4) Which company introduced the first smart phone?.
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1. In the Hindu religion, the destroyer god is Shiva. Vishnu. Brahma. Krishna. 2. Which of these is one of the most famous monuments of Cambodia? the Great Stupa Borobudur Kandarya Mahadeva Temple Angkor Wat 3. The Terra Cotta Warriors were found in the tomb of Qin Shihuangdi. Kong Fuzi. the Wu family. Fan Kuan. 4. Sesshu Toyo painted in a style that.
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21) What percent of Canadians rate CBC programming as good or better than good? A) 91 percent B) 28 percent C) 65 percent D) 82 percent E) 76 percent 22) According to Friends of Canadian Broadcasting, the Canadian media industry’s main function should be A) economic growth. B)  information. C)  cultural transmission. D)  political support. E)  media literacy. 23) How is.
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71) One defining characteristic of mass communication is its reliance on _________________.  72)­ Marshall McLuhan believed that we should ask questions about the impact of any new technology. His model is called the_________________. 73) Mass production of the written word was made possible by the invention of ­_________________. 74) The technology that could.
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1. Portrait Head of an Old Man is an example of Greek sculpture. Roman sculpture. Etruscan sculpture. Egyptian sculpture. 2. Which building was designed to honor the goddess of wisdom and prudent warfare? San Vitale the Pantheon the Colosseum the Parthenon 3. The meeting of decorative nomadic style and Christianity can be seen most clearly in illustrated.
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    Top Girls   1.The most ironic character in Top Girls, is: A.Patient Griselda because she has abandoned her children to serve her abusive husband B.the Waitress because she must stand silently and serve the women as they eat and drink C.Marlene because she acts like "one of the boys" in her executive position D.Lady Ninjo because.
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1) Who coined the phrase “the medium is the message”? A) Weaver B) Innis C) Barthes D) McLuhan E) Shannon 2) Marshall McLuhan and Harold Innis make up which school of communication? A) Connotative B) Canadian C) Semiotic D) Process E) Denotative 3) A hot medium is one that A) serves as background noise. B)  does not require much involvement by the audience.
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