- Who: Turkic warrior groups
- What: Empire after the Seljuk Turks
- When: 1300 CE 1920 CE
- Where: Middle East, Anatolia, North Africa, Southeastern Europe
- Why: Islamic worlds most significant empire
Suleiman the Magnificent
- Who: Sule
Style Quiz F abbreviations
If the sentence is correct, place a C in the blank. If you find errors, use the copyediting symbols
to correct it. You may use the AP Stylebook.
_C_ 1. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson ran against Gov. Rick Perry in the primary.
Style Quiz A (numbers)
If the sentence is correct, place a C in the blank. If you find errors, use the
copyediting symbols to correct it. You may use the AP Stylebook.
_ 1. 172 students received National Honor Society invitations.
One hundred and seventy-
Style Quiz D (abbreviations)
If the sentence is correct, place a C in the blank. If you find errors, use the copyediting symbols to
correct it. You may use the AP Stylebook.
_C_ 1. Gov. Rick Perry is in it for himself, candidate Bill White said.
Style Quiz F- Spelling
1. Teachers handed out their syllabuses on the first day of school.
2. Students travelled to Arizona for a convention and brought home a few cactuses to give
3. Principal Bob Sullivan said, We had dialogue about this topic
Associated Press style
Six common areas
Dates and Times
Spell out numbers zero through nine.
(two tables, eight legs)
Double-digit numbers and above require numerals
Commonly Misspelled Words Quiz
1. Definition: the highest legislature, consisting of the sovereign
*As in the United Kingdom elections are every five years but the government can
dissolve a) parliment/ b) parliament and call an el
Commonly Misused Words
Choose the correct word
1. Please remember to bring/take me my laptop tomorrow.
2. The men were quite course/coarse with their behavior; it made the women
3. Anderson Cooper received informati
Instructor: Dr. Josune Urbistondo
Office Hours: Tuesday / Thursday 12:30-1:30 PM, or by appt
APPROACHES TO LITERATURE (9:30-10:45AM)
Class participation, Journal Entries, Grammar Presentations: 20% of grade
Essay one (5-6
Style Quiz C (titles)
If the sentence is correct, place a C in the blank. If you find errors, use copyediting symbols to
correct them. You may use the AP Stylebook.
1. _ Mrs. Sally Smith teaches creative writing in the afternoons.
*Sally Smith teaches cre
Style Quiz B (numbers)
If the sentence is correct, place a C in the blank. If you find
errors, use the copyediting symbols to correct it. You may use the
_ 1. The two-year-old died after he was left in a day-care van
Introduction to Journalism
Dr. Fred Blevens
Definition of Culture
The symbols of expression that individuals,
groups, and societies use to make sense of
daily life and to articulate their values.
Culture = Meaning
Culture & The Critical P
Law and Ethics:
The U.S. Legal System
& the First Amendment
Sources of law
Constitutional U.S. and State
Judicial review by highest court
Statutory U.S. and State
Administrative FCC, for example
Case Law court made
Dr. Fred Blevens, Professor
MMC4200mass communication lawand ethics
An in-depth examination of legal and ethical issues confronting professional communicators. Focus on the responsibilities and rights of communicators and the implications for a
society into the
after handwritten notes
Copyright, broadcasting for feds
Trialcivil & criminal
Trial courts are U.S. District Courts
94 courts; a
Distinctions between law & ethics
LAW sets a bottom line, a minimal standard
Under the LAW, you have the right to publish
ETHICS sets a moral benchmark, an ideal behavior level
In ETHICS, you have the obligation to publish the truth
Law and Ethics:
Charting the Landscape
Reasoned inquiry into the moral
life, that dimension of ourselves
in which we are valuing humans
how we ascertain differences
between right and wrong and
right and right. Its not the moral
JOU3003 INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM
Study and analytical discussion of the historical role of journalism in America, including
its current practice, through intensive readings of primary historical sources as well as
JOU 3003 | Introduction to Journalism - Possible Questions on Midterm Spring 2014
There will be 50 questions, each worth six points.
Which is NOT true about Benjamin Franklin?
According to Streitmatter, what is the least admirable characteristic of the ne
after handwritten notes
What were studying in this class comes from this
Challenged Hitlers assumption that fascism could lift up the Germans
Knew it for what it was: a ruse f
Taking about BRITISH America (not post-revolution)
Media Start with Speech
Oral traditionspeech, facial expressions
People speaking to each other
Type of conversation/communication that required people to rely on other
Printers as Postmasters
New power for an emerging class
Producers and distributors
Postmasters as Newsmasters
First form of social control in U.S.
Mechanism where you can basically control all information
King controls postal system by patronag
The Press Steps Up
Stamp Act repeal in 1766
Too little, too late
Represent 3 different ways that people looked and thought about revolution
1) Benjamin Edes, Boston Gazette
focus on public understanding of politics and re
MMC 4200 Midterm Study Guide Spring 2014
Which of the following is not one of the freedoms outlined in the 1st
Which of the following is true from findings in the First Amendment
Centers annual survey?
The word ethics is connected intrinsically