MAC121



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MAC121

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1.

The instrument most
professions, including the
media profession uses to
regulate the professional
conduct of their members is
codified as

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2.

Surveillance of the
environment has to do
with______

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3.

The first and last keepers in
the news gathering
business are reporter and
respectively

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4.

Surveillance of the
environment has to do with

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5.

____ Theory states that it is
the result or consequence
of actions that determine
the rightness or wrongness
of such action

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6.

Teleological theory of ethics
is also called

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7.

The 5 key principles of
radio programme include all
except

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8.

The authoritarian theory
dates back to the

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9.

A reporter who has a
natural instinct for news,
could easily identify news,
is said to have

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10.

A broadcast to a station to
be recorded or sent to
another station or other
stations is called

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11.

The following are not types
of lead except

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12.

A beat reporter could be
regarded as a______

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13.

is the main theme of the
story which provides the
spine of the story.

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14.

As a reporter, some of your
morally correct principles
and standards could be
compromised in certain
circumstances. This is the
position of ____

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15.

The Attribute of a reporter
does not include

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16.

_____ is the body expected
to interpret the code while
acting as a judicator when
any of the provisions of the
code is breached

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17.

The Umbrella Code for
journalists in Nigeria is

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18.

Reporters who cover
specialized beats in both
the print and electronic
media have the same
functions

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19.

The abuse of freedom by
the press in the 20th
Century led to the calls for
a

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20.

Writing news stories from
tips gotten from cocktail
parties could be regarded
as

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21.

Journalistic ethics is
ultimately concerned with
for journalistic actions

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22.

Antinomian theory is closely
related to

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23.

Because reporters are able
to recount events and
happenings in a society per
time, they are often referred
to as

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24.

The Inverted Pyramid
Format of writing means the
story begins with

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25.

Reporters’ area of
specialization or coverage
is journalistically referred to
as

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26.

Objectivist theory holds that
ethics is
rather than emotional

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27.

Transmission of the social
heritage from one
generation to the next is

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28. Credit line means

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29.

The function of the press
does not include

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30.

The name of the city or
town and date, which are
placed at the beginning of
stories that do not have
local origin is called

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31.

Materials meant for a
newspaper story are still
referred to as

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32.

Journalistic ethics as a
branch of philosophy helps
journalists’ in determining
what is

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33.

_____ codes reflect an
organization’s commitment
to certain standards of
conduct

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34.

The four theories of the
press could also be aptly
describes as

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35.

The media function that
concerns interpretation and
analysis is regarded by
Lasswell & Wright as

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36.

A beat reporter could be
regarded as a

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37.

Objectivist theory holds that
ethics is
rather than emotional

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38.

Reporters primarily write for
the following reasons ____

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39.

When a newspaper or any
other mass medium
presents news in a way
designed to arouse a quick
and excited reaction, this is
amounts to

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40.

The first code of ethics for
journalists in Nigeria was
established in

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41.

With regards to the ethics
of news writing and
reporting, the ____
journalist acts according to
his/her whims and caprices

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42.

Between 1979 and 1983,
many journalists sold their
souls and craft to the
highest political bidder or
indeed to anyone who puts
up the bid. This is a vivid
picture of an ________
ethical crisis

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43.

One of this is not a principle
of the International Code of
Ethics for journalists

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44. Cut line is also called

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45.

The following abbreviation
except one are allowed in a
broadcast

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46.

If your job is to make
inquiries rather than attend
a function, the
section of the library should
be your first port of call

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47.

Objectivist theory holds that
ethics is _______ rather
than emotional

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48.

Programmes broadcast
seven days a week at the
same time is called

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49. A Cub refers to

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50.

codes reflect an
organization’s commitment
to certain standards of
conduct

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