The practice of companies making themselves or their products appear to be organic, environmentally friendly, or supportive of free trade is called what?
Prompting widespread panic, Orson Welles's broadcast of what convinced many listeners that Martians were invading the East Coast
In the 1971 case of New York Times Co. v. United States, the Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling that had stopped the Times from publishing what?
In the final weeks of Trump's presidential campaign, his social media team spent $150 million in Facebook ads that targeted African American voters with what?
What usually involves total control of the transmission of information, often without the audience knowing who is controlling the message
What studies were conducted in the 1950s to show that children exposed to violent television programming were prone to commit acts of violence themselves
When a group of people talk about the news of the day, media play what role in this conversation?
The hypodermic-needle theory has been called what model of mass communication
A computer device that enables parents or any other viewer to program a TV set to block access to programs containing violent or sexual content based on the program rating is known as what?
Criticism of some early 1920s films centered on depictions of what?
If Johnny Depp, Kristen Stewart, or Justin Bieber, for example, wants to sue successfully for libel, they will need to prove what?
According to Pew, over half the public got 2016 presidential election news from where
The News of the World caused a widespread scandal when its reporters did what to celebrities, sports stars, politicians, and the families of crime victims
What was developed to protect journalists from legal challenges to their freedom to report the news
What is primarily a professional polling organization?
What famous proponent of medium theory, coined the phrase “the medium is the message.”
What have been increasingly significant in political elections since the first use of radio in 1924
Falsely shouting “fire” in a crowded theater is a restriction on speech known as what
Media professionals in what area do not wrestle with the same issues regarding truth because their content is not held to the same ethical standards as other media categories
Like other industries, the media industry uses what to get politicians to vote in favor of laws and regulations that would benefit them
In its current code of ethics, the Society of Professional Journalists urges journalists to be which three things when gathering, reporting, and interpreting information?
“The greatest good for the greatest number” is associated with which ethical system?
Journalism aspires to be an engine of democracy, yet critics often see what in political news coverage?
Which federal agency is responsible for ferreting out and levying fines for deception in advertising?
What is the basic ethical principle often cited as “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”