IACT 201 2009 June exam-R1 - SISAT School of Information...

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- 1 - SISAT School of Information Systems & Technology IACT201- Information Technology & Citizen’s rights Date : 15 June 2009 Time : 10AM-1:15PM Duration : 3 Hrs 15Min Reading Time DIRECTIONS TO CANDIDATES 1. Please attempt all questions. This is a CLOSED BOOK Exam. No additional material is permitted during the test (including calculator). 2. Questions must be answered on the question booklet. Clearly mark your answers and write all the answers neatly. 3. The total marks for this test is 60Marks 4. This paper consists of 4 sections. Candidates should attempt ALL questions Section 1 : Multiple Choice Total Marks 20 Section 2 : Fill in the blanks Total Marks 10 Section 3 : Short Notes Total Marks 15 Section 4 : Short Essays Total Marks 15 No other Aids or Materials Allowed
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- 2 - Section 1 (Total 20 Marks) Multiple Choices 1 Mark each 1. A typewriter that prints a message transmitted over a telegraph line is called a a) computer. b) monitor. c) teletype. d) terminal. e) transponder. 2. The two principal catalysts for the Information Age have been a) books and pamphlets. b) computers and communication networks. c) movie theaters and public parks. d) newspapers and magazines. e) radio and television. 3. Hypertext is supposed to mimic a) the associative memory of human beings. b) the way that creeks flow into streams and streams merge into rivers. c) constellations in the night sky. d) road networks. e) the way that some people “channel surf” with a remote control. 4. Ethics is a) a rational examination of people’s moral beliefs. b) a branch of philosophy. c) one way to determine which activities are “good” and which are “bad.” d) a field of study more than 2,000 years old. e) All of the above 5. A relativist claims that a) there are no universal moral principles. b) morality has an existence outside the human mind. c)
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course IACT 201 taught by Professor Rodgers during the Three '12 term at University of Wollongong, Australia.

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