JOUR220 s07 exam2

JOUR220 s07 exam2 - W220 Nat—4’39" Class M“...

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Unformatted text preview: W220 Nat—4’39" Class M“ f 5 Date M [.5402 Journalism 220 Exam 2 Spring 2007 Chapter 3 1) The questions of who, what, when, where, why and how are summarized as the a) the Inverted Pyramid style of news writing the “Big Six” questions of journalism é the “five w’s and the h” ) Journalism doesn’t address these questions 2) What does Inverted Pyramid refer to? a) A newly discovered artifact in Egypt b) A style of organizing 3o-second television news stories A yoga position ' he way you organize a news story where the most important information is placed at the top with less-important information toward the bottom e) The way you organize a story where you start with a feature—type lead, saving the most important information for later in the story he first paragraph of a news story, about 25 to 30 words, one sentence, summarizing the most important elements of the story to follow b) the first paragraph of a news story, about 50 words, two or more sentences, summarizing the most important elements of the story to follow c) the first three paragraphs of a story, designed to build momentum for the reader so they’ll read the entire story 3) A baior summary, news lead is Chapter 5 4) According to your textbook,|a beat refers to the “rhythm” a story deve10ps as the writer organizes and presents information. a True @ False 5) According to the textbook’s checklist for writing accident stories, you should report the cause of an accident based on witness reports, n_ot law enforcement. a) True False 6) According to‘ the textbook’s checklist for writing fire stories, you need to include a da I . e estimate, the extent of injuries or causes of death, if any occurred. ‘ True . 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He C 1W to the banquet with Naomi and a. gone / I b. gone / me left at 7 o'clock. d) OLE impolite to stare. t‘s e. Either a or b d. Neither 21 nor b 8. C" 5 were 50 questions on tests. :1. Their / there Their / they're ere/ their . There / they're 9. They finished before ) time limit expired. . his or her their 0. there d. they're 10. However, C t 2 smarter you think. a. their / than their / then they're / than (1. they're / then mnaliswt 220 29»: ac WWW MN} : Mcidents, fires, disasters, crime, etc., is one of the i ms consistently nee ed in such stories a location of the incident . neighborhoodpopulation c) map information 8) According to the textbook’s checklist for writing about speeches, among the things you must include are comments from those who attended and the speaker’s credentials. True False 9) According to the textbook’s checklist for covering meetings, your story must include: a Boring material @mportant decisions c Helpful blurbs that boost the organization’s image d) The type of room the meeting was held in Chapter 7 / Lecture 10) The book defines libel as: a) Publication of a false statement that deliberately or carelessly damages someone’s reputation b) Publication of a true statement that deliberately or carelessly damages someone’s financial holdings c) To be legally responsible or obligated 11) According to lecture and the textbook, in a libel lawsuit, the person claiming harm is the one who sues the newspaper True b) False 12) According to lecture and the textbook, actual malice eans you are knowingly lying or harming someone’s reputation u means you unintentionally lied or harmed someone’s reputation c) is a made—up term designed to confuse you (1) is a defense a newspaper can use in a libel lawsuit 13) Your book defines copyright as a) the right to copy other people’s material b) government—approved protection for all forms of creative expression c) the right to photocopy documents 14) Plagiarism is listed as one of The Seven Deadly Sins listed in the book. a) True b) False 15) Your book defines plagiarism as a reporter’s right to freely use someone else’s work as their own without attribution. a) True b) False '! 16) Which of the following statements is part of the Sociew of Professional Journalists’ Code of Ethics? a) Act obnoxiously b) Be acceptable c Minimize Truth Act independently e) To boldly go where no man has gone before Lecture 17) What is the Potter Box? a A secret box in the Harry Potter series of books @A model for making ethical decisions A series of ethical statements by the American Journalists Group (1) A statement that says the best decision is found in the middle of two extremes 18) The Principle of Utility refers to a the importance of paying household utilities such as water and power @nding a decision that results in the greatest amount of good possible c putting a set of blinders on so you can make an ethical decision d) what’s good for one is good for all 19) The Veil of Ignorance ethical principle refers to how you set aside issues of racial, at 'c, social, economic status, etc., to make an unbiased decision. True False 20) What is a junket? a) Small junk trip paid by the newspaper so a reporter can get information for a story c) trip paid by a sponsoring organization that could harm a writer’s objectivity ...
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This homework help was uploaded on 02/13/2008 for the course JOUR 220 taught by Professor Koenig during the Spring '07 term at San Diego State.

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