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Unformatted text preview: ycourses > VIS_COMM_MED_03 > Module 5: Visua Ethics > - ledge: Module 5 Pretest Next a Started on Saturday, March 31, 2018. 2:19 PM State Finished Completed on Saturday, March 31, 2018, 2:20 PM Time taken 1 min 13 secs Points 10.00i'10.00 Grade 100.00 out of 100.00 Question 1 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 This is a cartoon from a news paper that examineslv-ting behavior. Explore the balance between stereotyping and reaching a target audierice and determine the best interpretation of social perception. Select the correct option. Select one: a. It identifies a real issue and communicates nositiyely to young people. b. it uses humor to identify the interests of you 9 people in a positive "way. . c. It characterizes young people as lazy, unin olved and technology obsessed. q“ d. It presents the fact that only one in four you '9 people vote in an election. Question 2 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 not insurance? Pain lilies mum-e. mutt-mun thallium Mil-mime):- mama-II Within-um. mammalian anagram Hwymantoo. m... U can-tin 1 nun: a darn“ 9min mu m:- .com wmmwamuum Hannah This is a poster promoting Obamacare. interpret the b : lance between reaching a target audience. and identify which is the bet explanation Select the correct option. Select one: stereotyping and of social perception. a. it addresses Roller Derby players positively .: 8 part of the target groth. b. it suggests that the insurance is appropriate "or any high risk group. . c. it characterizes sportswomen as aggressigve eople. q" d. It uses a humorous, odd image to connect ith the target group. Question 3 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 This is a cartoon from a news article that examines th- problems of illegal immigration. Analyze the balance between stereotyping and reaciwi g a target audienceand determine the best explanation of social perception. Select the correct option. Select one: a. it identifies the reality of the problem and tiig lights the issues. | b. It identifies the immigrant problem with a spe ific ethnic group. c. it uses humor to highlight the problem of trjac ing illegal immigrants. - d. it characterizes and satirizes an ethnic grclu in a negative way. ‘1’ l Question 4 Correct 1.00 points out of 1 .00 The Australian published a story on inequality recently that ran this photo with the caption: "A businessman averts his eyes as he walks by a ho -|ess woman in New York City." Investigate the balance between stereotyping and rea hing a target audience and identify the best interpretation of social perception. Select the correct option. Select one: a. It labels the figure walking by as a business an based on appearance. b. It presents a typical street scene to convey sense of place to readers. . c. It characterizes the figure and conveys that usinessmen are uncaring. J d. It is an image used to add more visual impa to the plain text story. Question 5 Correct 1.00 points out of 1 .00 This is a cover of Time magazine featuring a story ojn ' ttachment parenting.‘ Analyze the balance between stereotyping and reaching a target a 'dience and identify the best interpretation of social perception. Select the correct option. Select one: a. it is focused on the topic and serves to visua y highlight it on the cover. b. It characterizes some concerned mothers ne atively as ‘extreme' cases. . c. It exploits the model's body in a negative We to increase magazine sales. xf d. It challenges the ideas implicit in ‘attachmen parenting' in a positive'way. Question 6 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 the social perception of this image? Select the correct option. Select one: a. It stereotypes boys as reluctant learners. ti .can be changed. b. It stereotypes teachers as cruel and force I. This could be changedi c. it stereotypes all children as docile. This 0 n be changed. ‘ . d. It stereotypes teaching as a process of rerfn Ling originality. Thiscan be changed. «f l I l 1 . . . I I | I I Question 7 Correct 1.00 points out of 1 .00 - 1,: J .. mm M I: 2| This is an advertisement for UN Women. which show the result of the Google search term “women shouldn‘t." Interpret the image and select the best option to maintain ethical visual communication principles. Select the correct option. Select one: a. it perpetuates gender prejudice. The most c mmon terms need no publicity. . b. it defaces women to draw attention. The te need not be superimposed. «f c. It uses popularity to define attitudes. This-m y not be a valid assumption. (1. It presents an insight into people's thinking. his connects with the target group. Question 3 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 This is an advertisement for a hair conditioning prode . Analyze the image and determine what would best help to maintain ethical visual cornmu ication principles. Select the correct option. Select one: a. The male model looks pleased. This goes Wi the message of the product. b. The male model portrays the brand's values. his connects with the target group. 0. The admirers are all female. This is manipula We and can be changed. . d. It is sexualiy suggestive. The product can be romoted more appropriately. q" Question 9 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 BY AYE!“ FRI!!! IL] This is a magazine cover story by well known anti-lsla activist. Evaluate the balance between stereotyping and reaching a target audience, and state which is the best explanation of social perception. Select the correct option. Select one: - a. The image characterizes an ethnic group he atively as violent. or" b. The image conveys a vivid picture to add de th to a story. 0. The image is out of context and intended to reate publicity. d. The image is intended to connect with thegta get community. Question 1 0 Correct 1.00 points out of 1.00 Kids don’t come with turn signals. This is a poster from Street Smart, an annual public ”ed cation. awareness .and behavioral change campaign that emphasizes education of motor sts and pedestrians through mass media. Which of these statements analyzes the image and offers the best option in order to maintain ethical visual communication principles? I Select the correct option. Select one: - a. it uses violence as visual metaphor. This con acts with the target group. «I b. It uses tread marks for shock value. This can be done by other means. 0. It does not need a child. Any model can be u ed with the message. d. It focuses on accidents. not road safety. This can be changed. https:Hrasrnussen.myoourselabs.oomliabsimodfquizlreview.php?attempt=290440 10H 0 ...
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