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  11. __________ refers to the relative grayness or whiteness of a color. A)Hue B)Value C)Pastel D)Form E)Color 12. __________ refers to the number of hues and values used by an artist in a work. A) Pastel B)Perspective C)Spectrum D)Palette E)Oil 13. The receding lines of linear perspective that converge on a vanishing point are called __________ lines. A)vanishing B)depth C)orthogonal D)flat E)mathematical 14. __________ refers to.
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  1.. What is the difference between actual malice and simple negligence? 2. How do limited and pervasive public figures differ? 3.How should a reporter handle a request from a source to be anonymous? 4.What are the three main differences between libel and false light? 5.What are the key aspects of libel?     .
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  1.How does John Rawls’ Veil of Ignorance apply to the process of reporting? 2.Explain the distinction between getting the facts of a story and the truth of the story? 3.What consequences can a lack of balance have on a story? 4.What is a common problem with using information obtained from official sources? 5.Can objectivity.
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  21. __________ refers to the surface treatment of a sculpture. A)Pattern B)Patina C)Texture D)Haut-relief E)Smooth 22. __________ refers to relief sculpture in which the figures protrude from the background by at least half their depth. A)Haut-relief B)Freestanding C)Full-round D)Low-relief E)Bas-relief 23. __________ refers to relief sculpture that projects only slightly from its background. A)Freestanding B)Full-round C)Low-relief D)Texture E)Amateur 24. __________ is a method of casting sculpture.
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  6.. When is a reporter not required to attribute information without fear of being accused of plagiarism? 7.When might a journalist be able to justify using deception to get a story? 8.What is a shield law? 9.When is it OK to identify a juvenile accused of committing a crime? 10.How helpful are the words.
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  6.How is the altered chronology model used in journalism? 7.How is the particular to general model used in journalism? 8.What four suggestions does Adrian Monck offer for creating an online video? 9.Regarding online journalism, what are the two types of video diaries currently used online, and what are the major differences between the.
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  5.What steps does Yanick Rice Lamb of Howard University recommend for journalists to learn more about their communities? 6.What are present day media organizations doing to ensure they hear the diverse voices of their audience? 7.What is meant by mainstreaming diverse sources? 8.How does developing a Rainbow Rolodex contribute to producing a more.
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  31. A(n) __________ is a large musical composition for orchestra, usually divided into four movements. 32. __________ refers to the type of music, such as a symphony or a concerto. 33. __________ is a drama set to music. 34. Handel’s Messiah is an example of a(n) __________. 35. __________ comprises a succession of sounds.
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  6.What does the public think of the performance of journalists? 7.Can a reporter ever use secondhand information without checking? 8.If an actuality does not capture the speaker’s meaning, can a journalist rephrase, edit or change the actuality? 9.If under a tight deadline and some of your sources have not responded or you have.
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  1.How are sentences structured in audio stories? 2.How are audio stories presented in contrast to text stories, and why? 3.What is the main focus of the most successful audio story? 4.Name two characteristics of audio leads. 5.In what way is the question lead similar to the soft lead and the throwaway lead?     .
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  1.Why is diversity important to journalism? 2.How good a job have journalists done overall in reflecting diversity in their coverage? 3.What is the first step in producing news coverage that reflects diversity? 4.What are some demographic characteristics that should be reflected in news stories?     .
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  21. __________ art refers to the art made for the rituals of death. A)Memorial B)Burial C)Funerary D)Tomb E)Grave 22. __________ was the major art form of the Egyptians. A)Painting B)Sculpture C)Weaving D)Pottery E)Drama 23. Egyptian sculpture typically represents __________. A)types B)idealizations C)individuals D)gods E)animals 24. The Egyptian royal headdress seen in the funerary mask of Tutankhamun is called a(n) __________. A) amarna B)akenaton C)nefertiti D)nemes E)amenhotep 25. The basic instrument in Mesopotamia.
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1. In visual arts and architecture, __________ refers to the arrangement of line, form, mass, and color. A)palette B)composition C)plot D)form E)perspective 2. __________ refers to the representation of distance and three-dimensionality on a twodimensional surface. A)Form B)Palette C)Narrative D)Composition E)Perspective 3. __________ is a system of writing music so the composer can communicate clearly to the performer the pitches, rhythms,.
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  41. __________ poetry consists of brief, subjective treatments employing strong imagination, melody, and feeling. 42. Biographies of saints and other religious figures are called __________. 43. ‚Closet dramas? refer to dramas written for __________ rather than performance. 44. The dominant idea of a story is called a(n) __________. 45. __________ film tells a story.   .
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  1.What are some benefits of chunking stories into multiple parts? 2.What types of stories are best presented in a nonlinear manner? 3.How can a writer help ensure that a reader clicks to the next part of a multipart story? 4.What does a good primer do? 5.How can FAQs help a reader?     .
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  46. Tragedy and comedy are the most well known genres of theatre. 47. Biography, essays, and speeches comprise the major forms of fiction. 48. Biographies of saints and other religious figures are called hagiographies. 49. First person, epistolary, third person, and stream of consciousness are all types of point of view. 50. Documentary.
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  6.How are most audio stories written, and what does this structure do for the reader? 7.What are some different ways that transitions link ideas? 8.What clues determine how an audio news story should close? 9.The future ramification close accomplishes what two things for an audio story? 10.At what pace does the typical person read.
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1. __________ refers to the first stage of human culture, marked by simple social organization, the discovery of fire, and basic techniques for hunting and gathering. A)Neolithic B)Paleolithic C)Archaic D)Cuneiform E)Mesopotamian 2. __________ is a word meaning ‚all the gods.? A)Plutos B)Aristos C)Kouros D)Pantheon E)Acropolis 3. __________ is the Sumerian writing system, consisting of wedge marks pressed into damp clay. A)Hieroglyphics B)Syllabic C)Notation D)Liturgy E)Cuneiform.
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  1.How does the use of natural sounds impact a story? 2.Why is it important to balance words and sounds? 3.How should a lead-in and an actuality complement each other? 4.What is the main criterion for a successful podcast? 5.What are some effective ways to have a good recording in a crowded place?     .
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  11. Two of the main cities of the Babylonian empire were Nimrud and __________. A)Sumer B)Nineveh C)Alexandria D)Cairo E)Nile 12. The __________ appeared as a transportation device in Sumer around 3000 B.C.E. A)horse B)camel C)elephant D)wheel E)rickshaw 13. The __________ were first to use a potter’s wheel. A)Babylonians B)Ionians C)Iberians D)Phoenicians E)Sumerians 14. The __________  king was a direct link between the royal family line and the creator.
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