1.Please explain with examples how a social networking site or applications, such as Facebook or Instagram, may include multiple levels of communication. Please mention at least two levels communications, identify their definition as included in our textbook, and explain how the examples are connected to the two levels of communications.
2.Please define and provide one concrete example of each of the following models of mass communication: ritual, publicity, reception.
3.Please describe, using concrete examples, the differences among cognitive effect, attitudinal effect, behavioral effect and psychological effects,
4.What is the debate between great books vs. popular books? What has been the focus for contemporary publishers when finding a book manuscript to purchase? If you were a publisher, what can be one ethical principle that you will use to make the decision between choosing a popular book, or a great book? Please first define that ethical principle, then use two books as your example: one book as a popular book, the other as a great book.
5.Please offer a definition for ombudsman and then list at least one of the functions of a news organizations ombudsman. If you were running the BC campus newspaper, The Watch Dog, what will be an actual example youd implement to reflect those two functions youve mentioned?
6.What are Dick Stolleys cover rules? Do you believe Dick Stolley would support the idea of featuring non-whites on a magazine cover? Or it depends? Please research the cover of People magazine and use one example where a non-white celebrity was featured on the cover, or lack of example thereof, to demonstrate your point.
7.You are a photo editor for your local newspaper on Sept. 12, 2001. You are presented with the photo of the falling man as pictured at the beginning of Chapter 14. Please define one ethical principle that you will choose to guide your decision for either running or not running the photo. Please explain why you think you will ethical principle by comparing it to an alternative ethical principle.
8.You are the editor of a major metropolitan newspaper. Five people were killed in a bombing in the Middle East, and 200 people were killed in an industrial accident in Kenya. You only have space to run one of the stories on the front page. Please define one ethical principle that you will choose to guide your decision for either running or not running the photo. Please explain why you think you will ethical principle by comparing it to an alternative ethical principle.
9.Please define what is file sharing and its impact on recording artists. Please then use one artist as an example to explain how recording artists have responded in the twenty-first century to the threats of file sharing and/or other new digital media to their ability to make a living.
10.Please define community press then compare one national newspaper with one local community newspapers, (e.g. Redmond Reporter), in terms of targeted readership, circulation size or other characteristics to illustrate how both types of newspapers are similar to and different from each other.
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