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    • 1. Media
    • 2. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 3. 3 point clue Mike Huckabee gained momentum for his campaign by appearing on the Colbert report.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 4. 3 point clue Mike Huckabee gained momentum for his campaign by appearing on the Colbert report.2 point clue Role of the media.1 point clue
    • 5. 3 point clue Mike Huckabee gained momentum for his campaign by appearing on the Colbert report.2 point clue Role of the media.1 point clue Candidates who are not heavily covered by the press do not appear to have a chance in the election because of this role.
    • 6. Scorekeeper3 point clue Mike Huckabee gained momentum for his campaign by appearing on the Colbert report.2 point clue Role of the media.1 point clue Candidates who are not heavily covered by the press do not appear to have a chance in the election because of this role.
    • 7. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 8. 3 point clue This rule is biased towards the two party system.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 9. 3 point clue This rule is biased towards the two party system.2 point clue A part of the regulated media that has to do with time.1 point clue
    • 10. 3 point clue This rule is biased towards the two party system.2 point clue A part of the regulated media that has to do with time.1 point clue The time given to one political side has to equal the time given to the other.
    • 11. Equal Time Rule3 point clue This rule is biased towards the two party system.2 point clue A part of the regulated media that has to do with time.1 point clue The time given to one political side has to equal the time given to the other.
    • 12. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 13. 3 point clue A type of character in John Bunyan’s book, Pilgrim’s Progress”.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 14. 3 point clue A type of character in John Bunyan’s book, Pilgrim’s Progress”.2 point clue A journalist who searchers through the activities of public officials seeking to expose conduct contrary to public interest.1 point clue
    • 15. 3 point clue A type of character in John Bunyan’s book, Pilgrim’s Progress”.2 point clue A journalist who searchers through the activities of public officials seeking to expose conduct contrary to public interest.1 point clue “men with the muck rakes”
    • 16. Muckraker3 point clue A type of character in John Bunyan’s book, Pilgrim’s Progress”.2 point clue A journalist who searchers through the activities of public officials seeking to expose conduct contrary to public interest.1 point clue “men with the muck rakes”
    • 17. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 18. 3 point clue This was dropped from about 42 seconds in 1968 to 7.3 seconds in 2000.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 19. 3 point clue This was dropped from about 42 seconds in 1968 to 7.3 seconds in 2000.2 point clue Exposure for politicians.1 point clue
    • 20. 3 point clue This was dropped from about 42 seconds in 1968 to 7.3 seconds in 2000.2 point clue Exposure for politicians.1 point clue A video clip where a politician is seen speaking their own words.
    • 21. Sound bite3 point clue This was dropped from about 42 seconds in 1968 to 7.3 seconds in 2000.2 point clue Exposure for politicians.1 point clue A video clip where a politician is seen speaking their own words.
    • 22. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 23. 3 point clue Newspapers, Magazines, Radio, Internet, Television2 point clue1 point clue
    • 24. 3 point clue Newspapers, Magazines, Radio, Internet, Television2 point clue Liberally biased?1 point clue
    • 25. 3 point clue Newspapers, Magazines, Radio, Internet, Television2 point clue Liberally biased?1 point clue Owned by a few corporations.
    • 26. Mass Media3 point clue Newspapers, Magazines, Radio, Internet, Television2 point clue Liberally biased?1 point clue Owned by a few corporations.
    • 27. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 28. 3 point clue Media attention to crime through the 1960 to 1990’s shifted because of this…2 point clue1 point clue
    • 29. 3 point clue Media attention to crime through the 1960 to 1990’s shifted because of this…2 point clue It can influence what subjects become national political issues and for how long.1 point clue
    • 30. 3 point clue Media attention to crime through the 1960 to 1990’s shifted because of this…2 point clue It can influence what subjects become national political issues and for how long.1 point clue The press often stands at the gateway of stories, guarding their in and out privileges.
    • 31. Gate Keeper3 point clue Media attention to crime through the 1960 to 1990’s shifted because of this…2 point clue It can influence what subjects become national political issues and for how long.1 point clue The press often stands at the gateway of stories, guarding their in and out privileges.
    • 32. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 33. 3 point clue Congress enacts laws regarding press.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 34. 3 point clue Congress enacts laws regarding press.2 point clue In 1972 the Supreme Court ruled that the press does not have complete freedom on its sources.1 point clue
    • 35. 3 point clue Congress enacts laws regarding press.2 point clue In 1972 the Supreme Court ruled that the press does not have complete freedom on its sources.1 point clue Journalist’s rights not to reveal their sources.
    • 36. Shield Laws3 point clue Congress enacts laws regarding press.2 point clue In 1972 the Supreme Court ruled that the press does not have complete freedom on its sources.1 point clue Journalist’s rights not to reveal their sources.
    • 37. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 38. 3 point clue Way to attract and shape media coverage2 point clue1 point clue
    • 39. 3 point clue Way to attract and shape media coverage2 point clue Presidential press conferences are an example of this1 point clue
    • 40. 3 point clue Way to attract and shape media coverage2 point clue Presidential press conferences are an example of this1 point clue In 2007 Barack Obama launched his campaign with this type of event in the Lincoln house.
    • 41. Staged Events3 point clue Way to attract and shape media coverage2 point clue Presidential press conferences are an example of this1 point clue In 2007 Barack Obama launched his campaign with this type of event in the Lincoln house.
    • 42. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 43. 3 point clue Discussions, TV, and experience shape this.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 44. 3 point clue Discussions, TV, and experience shape this.2 point clue Defines who we are politically affiliated with.1 point clue
    • 45. 3 point clue Discussions, TV, and experience shape this.2 point clue Defines who we are politically affiliated with.1 point clue Attitude expressed by citizens of a country about government and politics.
    • 46. Public Opinion3 point clue Discussions, TV, and experience shape this.2 point clue Defines who we are politically affiliated with.1 point clue Attitude expressed by citizens of a country about government and politics.
    • 47. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 48. 3 point clue Supreme Court has barred government from this practice, except in time of war.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 49. 3 point clue Supreme Court has barred government from this practice, except in time of war.2 point clue Government regulation on media freedom.1 point clue
    • 50. 3 point clue Supreme Court has barred government from this practice, except in time of war.2 point clue Government regulation on media freedom.1 point clue Government censorship of information before it is broadcast.
    • 51. Prior Restraint3 point clue Supreme Court has barred government from this practice, except in time of war.2 point clue Government regulation on media freedom.1 point clue Government censorship of information before it is broadcast.
    • 52. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 53. 3 point clue Deep throat is an example of this.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 54. 3 point clue Deep throat is an example of this.2 point clue Used to expose wrong doing and to stir up support for the opposition during elections.1 point clue
    • 55. 3 point clue Deep throat is an example of this.2 point clue Used to expose wrong doing and to stir up support for the opposition during elections.1 point clue Unofficial release of confidential information to the media.
    • 56. Leak3 point clue Deep throat is an example of this.2 point clue Used to expose wrong doing and to stir up support for the opposition during elections.1 point clue Unofficial release of confidential information to the media.
    • 57. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 58. 3 point clue Collected by phone, mail, of by word of mouth.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 59. 3 point clue Collected by phone, mail, of by word of mouth.2 point clue Not reliable even if large numbers are reported and polled.1 point clue
    • 60. 3 point clue Collected by phone, mail, of by word of mouth.2 point clue Not reliable even if large numbers are reported and polled.1 point clue Informal, unscientific polls.
    • 61. Straw Polls3 point clue Collected by phone, mail, of by word of mouth.2 point clue Not reliable even if large numbers are reported and polled.1 point clue Informal, unscientific polls.
    • 62. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 63. 3 point clue Important clues to the writer’s own point of view.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 64. 3 point clue Important clues to the writer’s own point of view.2 point clue Example: “pro-choice”, “pro-life”1 point clue
    • 65. 3 point clue Important clues to the writer’s own point of view.2 point clue Example: “pro-choice”, “pro-life”1 point clue Words used to persuade people of something without actually making a clear argument for it.
    • 66. Loaded Language3 point clue Important clues to the writer’s own point of view.2 point clue Example: “pro-choice”, “pro-life”1 point clue Words used to persuade people of something without actually making a clear argument for it.
    • 67. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    • 68. 3 point clue In the 1980’s Hart’s run for presidency was foiled after the media exposed his scandal because of this.2 point clue1 point clue
    • 69. 3 point clue In the 1980’s Hart’s run for presidency was foiled after the media exposed his scandal because of this.2 point clue John Edwards had to drop out of the 2008 election because of this as well.1 point clue
    • 70. 3 point clue In the 1980’s Hart’s run for presidency was foiled after the media exposed his scandal because of this.2 point clue John Edwards had to drop out of the 2008 election because of this as well.1 point clue Muckrakers are fulfilling this role of the press.
    • 71. Watchdog3 point clue In the 1980’s Hart’s run for presidency was foiled after the media exposed his scandal because of this.2 point clue John Edwards had to drop out of the 2008 election because of this as well.1 point clue Muckrakers are fulfilling this role of the press.