Political Science An Introduction
Quiz 9: Political Communication
Given Its Lack of Tradition in Objective Reporting, __________ Tend(s
Given its lack of tradition in objective reporting, __________ tend(s) to be wildly partisan. A)blogs B)newspapers C)television D)radio
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Face-to-face communication is most effective for altering political opinions because __________. A)it allows for dialogue to occur between parties B)it is most directly accessible to the observer C)it is more audible than other forms of media D)audiences tend to trust it
Recall one reason mass media yields a greater voter-opinion return than face-to-face communication. A)It appeals to a more intelligent demographic. B)Its audience is more easily influenced. C)Face-to-face communication lacks technological complexity. D)It reaches a larger audience.
Identify one way in which television influenced the 1960s civil-rights movement in a way that print and radio did not. A)It directly communicated commentators' opinions. B)It showed fire hoses and police dogs attacking peaceful marchers. C)Pundits advocated for non-violent direct action. D)It allowed news anchors to articulate their convictions orally.
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