Reading quizes for exam 1 and answers

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Reading quizes Chapter 4 Libel: Establishing a Case 1. Libel is not an issue for those writing press releases. False 2. What are the three parts of defamation? The communication damages the reputation of a person The words must actually cause provable damage At least a significant minority of the community must believe that the plaintiff’s reputation has been damaged but the minority must not be an unrepresentative minority 3. Some people are libel proof. True 4. Publication means that one other person in addition to the source of the libel and person defamed sees or hears the defamatory material. True 5. A business can sue for libel. True 6. A city can sue for libel. False 7. In a libel lawsuit, a person must be explicitly named to be identified. False 8. What are the two kinds of defamatory words? libelous on their face innocent on their face but defamatory when other information is known Chapter 5 Reading Quiz 1. Libel law requires the complete verification of a story.
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course MMC 3200 taught by Professor Voss during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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