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41.News stories based on “enterprise” are less common because: a.they require balan

 

 

41.News stories based on “enterprise” are less common because:

a.they require balanced coverage of issues.

b.they require more work.

c.they require groups of reporters.

d.they rely on official channels of information.

e.they lack original research.

 

 

42.Which of the following is a tactic used by presidents and their surrogates to take messages directly to the people in an effort to mold mandates for policy initiatives?

a.Going public

b.Spin

c.Disinformation

d.Doublespeak

e.Charm offensive

 

43.A type of journalism conducted by groups of reporters who are assigned to cover the same institution, and which is characterized by uniform coverage of issues, reliance on official channels of information, and lack of original research is known as _____ journalism.

a.tabloid

b.backpack

c.citizen

d.pack

e.objective

 

44.Which of the following activities would be referred to as “mostly mediated”?

a.A commercial endorsing the public friendly policies of a presidential candidate

b.A press conference where a candidate highlights his stand on national issues

c.Snippets from a campaign speech aired on a TV channel

d.A real-time coverage of the presidential nominating convention

e.A live television interview of a presidential candidate

 

45.Which of the following activities would be referred to as mostly “unmediated”?

a.A commercial endorsing the public friendly policies of a presidential candidate

b.A press conference where a candidate answers questions asked by reporters

c.Snippets from a campaign speech aired on a TV channel

d.Live coverage of a presidential nominating convention

e.A television interview of a presidential candidate

 

46.Which of the following activities would be referred to as “partially mediated”?

a.A commercial endorsing the public friendly policies of a presidential candidate

b.A party’s promotional event highlighting the achievements of its candidate

c.Snippets from a campaign speech aired on a TV channel

d.A real-time coverage of the presidential nominating convention

e.A live television interview of a presidential candidate

 

47.“The overwhelming tendency of the media to downplay the big social, economic, or political picture in favor of the human trials, tragedies, and triumphs that sit at the surface of events” is known as _____.

a.dramatization

b.fragmentation

c.personalization

d.polarization

e.diversification

 

48. Presenting issues as simple narratives that “emphasize crisis over continuity, the present over the past or future, and the personalities at their center” is known as _____.

a.dramatization

b.fragmentation

c.personalization

d.polarization

e.diversification

 

49.Presenting short, isolated stories as “dramatic capsules that make it difficult to see the causes of problems, their significance, or the connections across issues” is known as _____.

a.dramatization

b.fragmentation

c.personalization

d.polarization

e.diversification

 

50.The tendency of the news media to be preoccupied with stories about disruptions—occasions when the normal world is called into question—framed by the questions of how, when, and whether authorities can establish or restore order is known as _____ bias.

a.authority-dramatization

b.fragmentation

c.personalization

d.authority-disorder

e.diversification

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