JOUR 201 Exam 1 Review

JOUR 201 Exam 1 Review - TEST 1 JOUR 201 Section 4 CORRECT...

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TEST 1 … JOUR 201 Section 4 … CORRECT ANSWERS 1. Mass communication is an example of which type of one-on-many communication? a. one receiver to many senders *b. one sender to many receivers c. one receiver with many messages d. one sender with many messages 2. Which of the following was the world’s first major communication network? a. a gossip chain b. early newspapers c. the telegraph *d. the Roman Catholic Church 3. Why did American media give such heavy coverage to the death of Michael Jackson? a. The public was interested in the story. b. The death of major celebrities is news. c. Jackson had a major effect on pop music around the world. *d. All of the above. 4. Amanda has just woken up. She debates within her own head whether she would rather sleep in or attend her early morning class. Amanda has been using which of the following types of communication? *a. intrapersonal communication b. interpersonal communication c. group communication d. mass communication
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5. Andy is watching an episode of crime television show CSI streaming on the Internet. He is engaging in which of the following types of communication? a. intrapersonal communication b. interpersonal communication c. group communication *d. mass communication 6. Which of the following is the medium that emphasizes the interchangeability of the sender and receiver? a. books b. radio c. television *d. the Internet 7. An audience member’s skills at decoding the intellectual meaning of an argument presented in a newspaper editorial involves the _________ dimension of media literacy. *a. cognitive b. emotional c. aesthetic d. moral 8. An audience member’s skills at decoding the meaning of the menacing music in a horror movie involves the _________ dimension of media literacy. a. cognitive *b. emotional c. aesthetic d. moral 9. A media scholar is trying to find out if children who watch Sesame Street do better in second
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grade than children who watch SpongeBob Squarepants. What kind of effects is he looking for? *a. message effects b. media effects c. ownership effects d. active audience effects 10. When reporters focus on the importance of the president or prime minister, they are representing the journalistic value of _______. a. altruistic democracy
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JOUR 201 Exam 1 Review - TEST 1 JOUR 201 Section 4 CORRECT...

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