KEY TERMS Chap 10

KEY TERMS Chap 10 - KEY TERMS AND FIGURES John Adams: Fed...

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KEY TERMS AND FIGURES John Adams: Federalist president Alien and Sedition Acts: discouraged criticism of government Christiane Amanpour: foreign correspondent known for CNN work from world hot spots Associated Press: co-op to gather, distribute news background: information may be used but source may not be identified James Gordon Bennett: organized the first methodical news coverage Carl Bernstein: Washington Post reporter who dug up Watergate blog: amateur website, generally personal in nature, on a narrow subject, such as politics; short for web log Nellie Bly: stunt reporter David Bowen: punished for criticizing the majority party colonial period: from the founding of the colonies to the Revolution consensible nature of news: news organization second-guessing competition in deciding coverage Benjamin Day: published the New York Sun deep background: information cannot be attributed in any way ethnocentrism: seeing things on basis of personal experience, values Federalist Papers : essays with diverse views on form the new nation should
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