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Journalism Mock test 1

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Narrow casting has a

(A) Mass audience

(B) Massive audience

(C) Specific audience

(D) Non-geographical audience

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When communication is studied, the number of levels of problems identified by Shannon and Weaver are

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The title of a newspaper is notprotected by the law of

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Assertion (A): Individuals and organisations manufacture pseudo-events for self-satisfaction.

Reason (R): Press Conferences, protests and parades are fine examples of pseudo-events and media have become highly dependent on them these days.

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Assertion (A): The new technology has made the music recording industry earn huge incomes.

Reason(R): File sharing has brought in both economic and copyright issue into the domain of legal conflicts.

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Find out the correct sequence of Maslow’s Pyramid of needs

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Assertion (A): The new technology has made the music recording industry earn huge incomes.

Reason(R): File sharing has brought in both economic and copyright issue into the domain of legal conflicts.

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The method of heavy media usage for a given period of time for advertising is known as

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Media literacy does not consist of

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Ownership of copyright cannot be claimed except as provided by

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Journalism MOCK TEST 2

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Identify the correct sequence of the following statutes:

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The correct sequence in the communication process is

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Assertion (A): The Press in India has the liability to pay nondiscriminatory taxes.

Reason (R): Under the Indian constitution, the press is no different from ordinary citizens.

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Former President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad was associated with

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Copyright does not subsist in

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Sardar K.M. Panickar was associated with

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The first chairman of the Press Council of India was

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Transferring thoughts, ideas and messages into verbal and non-verbal signs is referred to as

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The addressability of mass communication is altered by

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Mass media essentially operate in

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journalism mock test 3

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One of the major recommendations of the First Press Commission of India was I introduction of

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The community radio concept is identified with

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The distinction of being the editor of two major English newspapers, The Times of India and the Statesman was held by

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A licence in copyright matters creates in the license

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The ‘Limited effects’ model of mass communication was a counter to

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The Surgeon-General’s report focused on the impact of television violence on

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The medium that has the widest reach in India is:

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The Shannon and Weaver model of communication is:

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The code of ethics drawn in 1978 was a form of self-censorship by

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The issue of monopoly press was debated extensively during the Prime Minister ship of

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Journalism mock test 4

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After determining its advertising objectives, a company has to set ___for each product.

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Multi-tasking in journalism is due to

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The single – sheet advertisements printed on one-side are known as

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In the two-way symmetric model of public relations, the model of communication used is

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The Likert scale is used to find out ________ of items selected.

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A universal generalisation is the main feature of ________ explanation.

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F. R. Leavis stressed on ________ of media text.

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The middle range theory of communication was advocated by

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A strategy that is integrated into communication for development is

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The communication theory of developmental communication emphasized

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