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Question 1 (1 point) When thinking about the media, the term regulation differs from representation because: 1) Regulation (not representation) refers to how the media are controlled by private companies 2) Representation (and not regulation) refers to how the media are controlled by governments 3) Representation (and not regulation) refers to how the media portray people and events 4) Both representation and regulation have ideologies, but only regulation contains media bias Question 2 (1 point) [96] Media regulation, 1) Is designed to limit our exposure to pornography and violence 2) Is designed to allow the government to control a variety of content that we are exposed to for a variety of reasons 3) Is designed to maximize Canadian content 4) Is designed to limit the amount of American programming, ideas and culture that we are exposed to. Question 3 (1 point) A glass ceiling is: 1) a welcomed sight in a work place that has problems with discrimination because it allows us to see where we need to go. 2) an example of an invisible barrier related to workplace discrimination. 3) an introduction by organizations to ensure the plant life gets sufficient day light. 4) 4) a metaphor for open access for workers to move up the ranks of an organization.
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Question 4(1 point) ……………….. is a systemic set of beliefs, perceptions, and assumptions that provide members of a group with an understanding and an explanation of their world. 1) Bias 2) Stereotype 3) Ideology 4) Norm Question 5 (1 point) In North America, advertising campaigns featuring women started to change in ……….. as a response to in………… 1) 1940, WWII 2) 1930's and radio campaigns 3) 1960's and the women's movement 4) 1950's and the increase in tuper ware parties Question 6 (1 point) Neoliberalism is an ideology which 1) is dissimilar policies like neoconservatism. 2) is premised on the right of the individual to compete marketplace to acquire consumer goods and wealth. 3) uses divisive politics such as racism, sexism, and immigration, Islamophobia and homophobia 4) subscribes to policies that support the politics of dominance of the capitalist policy makers. 2 | P a g e “Emotional Intelligence” by Daniel Goleman-- COMM 141/140 Practice Reading with Questions
Question 7 (1 point) The definition of a social problem is when it affects …………. 1) at least one high ranking official of the federal government of Canada. 2) a few members of parliament who have been declared socialists by the government. 3) a few members of the socialist party of Canada. 4) a segment of the society that views the problem as undesirable and calls for remedies. Question 8 (1 point) The media is designed to: 1) Be unbiased, and provide accurate information 2) Provide balanced and accurate information from government sources 3) Make us critical thinkers 4) Make a profit.

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