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11. The Arapaho Ghost Dance dress would have been worn a) during a Plains Indian ritual b) in a Navajo wedding ceremony c) during a ceremony celebrating a successful hunt d) during a ceremony trying to ensure a successful hunt 12. Marie-Louise-Elizabeth Vigée-LeBrun’s The Duchess of Polignac combines all the compositional tools of a) Neoclassical art. b).
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  6.What is the difference between correlation and causation? 7.When should a writer check the spelling of names in a story? 8.What can direct quotes add to a story? 9.When is it acceptable to reword a quote? 10.How is a summary and chronology story structured?     .
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  1.There’s an abundant amount of information on the Web. What questions should you ask yourself to evaluate the value of these Web sites? 2.What category of information should you never reuse, even with a citation? 3.Where are some places journalists can look to for story ideas? 4.If you are assigned a beat, what.
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11. Egyptian culture was dedicated to providing a home for what? a) the ka b) the papyri c) the stele d) the emperor 12. Neolithic culture developed quickly in the world’s fertile valleys. By 4000 bce, urban societies had developed in a) Egypt and Mesopotamia. b) China and India. c) China and Japan. d) Egypt and China. 13. Construction of.
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  1.What are four situations when a feature story would be useful? 2.Smaller feature stories that give the reader relief from typical hard news are referred to as what? 3.What is the goal of a feature lead and how does it differ from a news lead? 4.Name four leads that add creative appeal to.
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  1.What is shovelware? 2.What are some of the characteristics and criteria of a headline? What tense is a headline usually written in? 3. What is a web blurb? What is its specific job? How is it used? What is its relation to a headline? 4. What is a subhead? What is its specific.
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  1.What types of news stories attract a wide audience typically? 2.What type of medium has the best impact on affecting people and  getting a message out to the public? 3.List all news values and give an example of a possible news story  that incorporates that news value. 4.What is the purpose of a.
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11. The art of sculpture popular during ancient Roman times, reemerged during what period? a) Romanesque b) Egyptian c) Carolingian d) Greek 12. One feature distinguishing Gothic architecture from Romanesque is the extensive use of a) stained glass. b) barrel vaulting. c) curved arches. d) domes. 13. By the year 500 ce, most of the western empire had been overrun.
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  5.What’s the difference between a good journalist and an average  journalist? 6.What does every news outlet rely on to fund the cost of reporting and  publishing? 7.What is the purpose of journalism in society today? 8.Name the major newsmagazines that people read regularly. 9.What does the public look at when they want to know.
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  1.What two situations provide the basis for most news stories? 2.What questions are important to answer to present the most important facts of the news? 4.Name and briefly describe each type of short report. 5.What is the difference between a summary lead and a short report? 6.What are the four tips to writing a.
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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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  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. Built by Justinian in the first half of the sixth century, what church was probably conceived as a political and religious statement? a) St. Apollinaire b) Santa Costanza c) San Vitale d) Hagia Sophia 2. The medium for Theodora and her Attendants is a) fresco. b) encaustic. c) tempera. d) mosaic. 3. Designed to capture the rhythms of the.
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1. Which artist, who painted Houses at L’Estaque, worked with Picasso to promote the style called Cubism? a) Henri Matisse. b) Wassily Kandinsky. c) Georges Braque. d) Marcel Duchamp. 2. Wassily Kandinsky’s Sketch I for Composition VII is an example of a) German Expressionism. b) French Surrealism. c) Fauvism. d) Italian Futurism. 3. The paintings of Giacomo Balla capture the.
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1. Which leading painter of the Realist movement painted Burial at Ornans? a) Rosa Bonheur. b) Théodore Géricault. c) Angelica Kauffmann. d) Gustave Courbet. 2. In works such as Olympia, realist painter Edouard Manet was denying traditional painting style and drawing attention to a) formal concerns within the composition. b) his break with past techniques. c) history painting. d).
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1.Convergent journalism grows out of trends dating back decades. Identify the major trends. 2.What technological change has encouraged many people to spend more time online, particularly with multimedia? 3.How has the role of the audience in news changed in the recent years? 4.What are blogs? 5.Bloggers have been recognized for some notable successes. Name.
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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. The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali illustrates how he looked to his subconscious (dreams, hypnosis, psychoanalysis) for his subject matter.  What artistic movement is he associated with? a) Surrealism b) American Regionalism c) Pop Art d) Abstract Expressionism e) Impressionism 12. Chéri Samba’s Problème d’eau. Où trouver l’eau? is an ironic comment on a) the.
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  6.Why haven’t some people been won over by citizen journalists? 7.What has always been the main job and goal of journalists? 8.Name things that 21st century journalists need to be willing and comfortable doing. 9.Many people do not believe that journalists serve the public. What are some of their concerns? 10.The founders of the.
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1. The drawings from Ardèche Gorge are located in a) Chauvet cave. b) La Villedorphe. c) Lascaux cave. d) Nomadic cave. 2. The figures from the Abu Temple represent worshippers from the complex society of a) Egypt. b) Sumer. c) Jericho. d) Çatal Hüyük. 3. Nike of Samothrace is an outstanding example of a) Roman idealism. b) Hellenistic realism. c) the Minoan Snake.
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  6.What are the uses of  hyperlinks? 7.What is the advantage of the inverted pyramid format for online stories? 8.Why have online sites resisted hyperlinks in the past? Why were these fears not justified? 9.What are the benefits of e-mail links to authors and editors of online articles? 10.What are the journalistic uses of blogs?     .
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1. Whose David was the first life-size nude sculpture since antiquity? a) Michelangelo’s b) Donatello’s c) Raphael’s d) Leonardo da Vinci’s 2. Sandro Botticelli’s paintings, such as The Birth of Venus, reflect his interest in a philosophy called a) Neoplatonism. b) Enlightenment. c) Neoclassicism. d) Romanticism. 3. Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is thought to have had appeal to the.
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11. Coatlicue is a deity from which culture? a) Mayan b) Aztec c) Olmec d) African 12. The Limbourg Brothers’ manuscript Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry signified the return of what, lost in art since antiquity? a) “cast shadows” b) chiaroscuro c) human figures d) images of architecture 13. In the 1330s, Petrarch conceived of a philosophy.
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