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Chapter 2 &3 Vocabulary[1]

  1. 1. Chapter 2 &3 Vocabulary Cherelle Cotton Digital Journalism January 27, 2009 2 nd block
  2. 2. Chapter 2 & 3 Vocabulary <ul><li>Objective- to visually define and understand journalism terms </li></ul>
  3. 3. Ethics- A system of moral principles
  4. 4. Credibility- The ability to inspire belief and trust
  5. 5. Objectivity- The ability to make fair, neutral observations about people and events
  6. 6. Slander- A damaging false statement against another person or institution spoken or broadcast.
  7. 7. Fair Comment- a libel defense that protects journalists expressed opinion of public figures,0,6057109.column This article is about how the what negro in reference to Obama is fair comment
  8. 8. Composite Characters- Fictional characters a news writer causes by using characteristics of several people.
  9. 9. Libel- written defamation
  10. 10. Right Of Reply- The opportunity for permitting a permitting criticized in a story to respond. This is article using right of reply to oppose HIV & AIDS
  11. 11. Privileged Statements- Statements made on the floor of congress.
  12. 12. In loco larentis- The legal idea that school authority’s act “in place of parent” and assume a parent’s rights, duties, and responsibilities.
  13. 13. Prior Restraint- censorship or restraint in advance of publication
  14. 14. Plagiarism- The taking and using as one’s own the writings or inventions of another person.
  15. 15. Forum theory- The idea that once a forum is created, the ideas expressed can’t later be controlled.
  16. 16. New judgment- The knowledge and instinct a reporter calls on to determine whether an event is news.
  17. 17. Proximity- An element of news that refers to the geographic nearness of a given event to your place.
  18. 18. Localization- The writing of a regional, national, or even international story to bring out the local angle.
  19. 19. Brainstorming- A method of obtaining many ideas in a short time
  20. 20. Advance- A story about a coming event.
  21. 21. Prominence- An element of news that refers to how well-known individuals in the community.
  22. 22. Human-Interest Theory- A story that causes the reader to feel such emotions as sorrow, pity, or amazement.
  23. 23. Random Sample- A sample of a population to be surveyed in which every member of the population has am equal possibility of being included in the sample.
  24. 24. Timeliness- An element of news that has to do with how new or current the even is.
  25. 25. Consequence- An element of news that refers to the importance of the event.
  26. 26. Conflict- An element of news that involves tension, surprise, and suspense and arises with any good news topic
  27. 27. Filter Question- A question, posed at the beginning of a survey, designed to eliminate people who don’t belong to the desired population
  28. 28. Chapter 2 & 3 Vocabulary <ul><li>Review Questions </li></ul><ul><li>1.Have you ever slandered someone’s name out of hate? If so did you notice what you were doing? </li></ul><ul><li>2. Do you believe everyone can be considered to have composite characters? </li></ul><ul><li>3.Things do you send most of your time brainstorming on? </li></ul>
  29. 29. Chapter 2 & 3 Vocabulary <ul><li>Summary </li></ul><ul><li>In, chapters two and three the vocabulary reflects the basic do’s and doesn’t of writing and the internet. The words require good computer ethics . Things like plagiarism or prior restraint explain restriction or legal violations. </li></ul>
  30. 30. Chapter 2 & 3 Vocabulary <ul><li>Reference Site </li></ul><ul><li>Page, Clearance (Dec.31,2008). No magic in 'Magic Negro&quot;. Chicago Tribune , Retrieved Jan. 28,2009,from oped1231pagedec31,0,6057109.column </li></ul><ul><li>Maddox, John (May 13, 1993). HIV & AIDS- Has Duesberg Right to reply. Retrieved Jan. 28,2009, from </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul>