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Mass Communication

The study and practice of various forms of communication, including broadcasting, journalism, and public relations, to reach and influence large audiences.

mass communication

media

journalism

broadcasting

advertising

public relations

digital media

social media

news

entertainment

journalism ethics

mass media

communication theory

media literacy

media effects

mass communication research

Which of the following is an era of mass communication?

  • Narrative
  • Industrial
  • Digital
  • Media

A speech by a Minister given to a group of 100 people at Panjim bus stand is an example of ​ ​ (a) communication.

  • apublic
  • group
  • mass
  • intrapersonal

10. In the middle of the interview, John, the supervisor of company X, interrupts the employee. He then begins to mistreat the employee, claiming that people of Hispanic origin cannot compete with his employed men in the workplace, would only harm the company's image, and should therefore not be hired.

  • ETHICAL
  • UNETHICAL

When a theory makes an effort to clarify how and why something works. What goal is it trying to fulfill?

  • Description
  • Explanation
  • Prediction
  • Reform
  • Understanding

27. Sheila is struggling to read and understand the learning module due to her poor eyesight. What kind of communication barrier is this?

  • Physical barrier
  • Physiological barrier
  • Psychological barrier
  • Socio-psychological barrier

22. It is a type of communication that allows us to examine our own internal thoughts and feelings.

  • Intrapersonal communication

Authentication is

  • To assure identity of user on a remote system
  • Insertion
  • Modification
  • Integration

What do you call the audience of mass media?

  • public

What is a linguistic barrier?

  • a barrier that result from different languages and cultures.
  • a barrier that relates to a person's state of mind.
  • a barrier that is often due to the nature of the environment.
  • a barrier of emotions that cause one to not be as receptive to others.

Laws that require meetings and actions of public officials to be visible to the public.

  • shield laws
  • slander
  • subpoena
  • sunshine laws

33. Premature evaluation refers to the tendency to form an opinion or judgment before listening to the entire message. What communication barrier will exist if this occurs?

  • Psychological barrier
  • Socio-psychological barrier
  • Physiological barrier
  • Cultural barrier

Which of the following word has not been written in the preamble of the Indian Constitution?

  • Sovereign
  • Socialist
  • Democratic
  • Indians

Press is subject to the restrictions that are provided under the Article ______ of India constitution

  • (A) 19 (1),
  • (B) 19 (2),
  • (C) 19(3),
  • (D) 19 (4)

The full form of AIR is ____

  • All India Radio

When you watch the finale of Hometown Chachacha instead of doing your requirements for school because you are stressed you are using mass media content for reason?

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  • Cognition
  • Entertainment
  • Diversion
  • Withdrawal

Which of these groups is least likely to be influenced by mass media in their economic decisions?

  • Consumers
  • Producers
  • Policymakers
  • Each of these groups is equally likely to be influenced by mass media

What is the correct order for the linear model of mass communication?

  • Sender-Message-Mass Media Channel-Receiver
  • Mass Media Channel-Message-Receiver-Sender
  • Sender-Receiver-Message-Mass Media Channel
  • Sender-Mass Media Channel-Receiver-Feedback

What was the name of the 1903 movie we watched in class?

  • The Great Train Robbery

These characters exhibit one particular trait in the play.

  • Antagonist
  • Stock
  • Foil
  • Type

When you watch The Good Doctor while reviewing for your finals because you want to practice identifying concepts you learned in class as they were used in the drama, how are you using this content?

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  • Cognition
  • Surveillance
  • Diversion
  • Withdrawal

What is the process of using symbols to represent phenomena?

  • theory

What prompted the scientific perspective theory?

  • A radio play
  • A newspaper
  • A photograph
  • A film

__________ is an unauthorized use, typically of a patent or copyright.

  • A.infringement
  • B.invasion of privacy
  • C.slander
  • D.libel

What is this?

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  • Computer
  • Priting press
  • Radio
  • Advertising

Which of the following groups cannot sue in defamation?

  • a) Companies
  • b) Local authorities
  • c) Politicians
  • d) Celebrities

Using body movements is an ____ communication

  • Verbal
  • Non-verbal
  • Oral
  • Written

Formal communication in an organisation can be divided into ​ ​ (a) and ​ (b) .

  • ahorizontal
  • ahorizontal
  • bvertical

What are the 3 basic characteristics of inter-personal communication?

  • Send & Receive messages, Non-verbal, Close Proximity
  • Send & Receive Messages, Walkie-Talkies, Verbal Communication.
  • Verbal & Non-Verbal, Distance, Send Messages
  • Close Proximity, Send & Receive Messages, Verbal & Non-Verbal.

In Dean Barnlund's model of communication, the persons involved in the communication process are called _________.

  • communicators

_________________ is a part of the Plot

  • Climax
  • Climax
  • Denouement
  • Exposition

Freedom of speech is a feature of:

  • Democratic Constitutions
  • Democratic as well as totalitarian constitutions
  • Totalitarian Constitutions
  • None of the above

.Law concerned with non criminal matters

  • (A) Civil Law
  • (B) Media Law
  • (C) Public Law
  • (D) None of these)

_________is a written form of defamation

  • Diminish
  • Slander
  • Libel
  • Imputation

Intercultural Communication is the exchange of concepts, traditions, values, and practices among one's self.

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  • True
  • False

18. This refers to the receiver's responses to the sender's message, which can be communicated verbally or nonverbally.

  • _Feedback

A major amendment to Information Technology Act, 2000 was made in the year?

  • 2001
  • 2008
  • 2012
  • 2016

What is the difference between agenda setting theory and gatekeeping theory?

  • [No Answer]

Sending a message to your friend through your phone is an example of what type of communication?

  • Public communication
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Intrapersonal communication
  • Online or machine-assisted communication

Traditional media is very effective in marketing

  • True
  • False

Which one from the following is the threat for the journalism?

  • A.accuracy
  • B.bias
  • C.all of these
  • D.none of these

According to the Theory of Mass Society, audiences are viewed as a large population that can be molded by the _____.

  • media

Ankia Nat is

  • Assamese art form
  • Assamese art form
  • One Act Play

Which of the following is a type of print media?

  • Newspaper
  • Facebook
  • Radio
  • Movies

Material the company has prepared for the use of the press is a ***

  • copyright infringement
  • invasion of privacy
  • liability
  • press package

11. It is the process of converting an idea into words, actions, or nonverbal methods to form a message.

  • Encoding

Which of these would be an example of broadcast media?

  • A newspaper that is distributed across several states
  • A radio show
  • A blog
  • A poster plastered all over a city

Which one is the negative type of MC theory

  • Gate keeping
  • Aristotle's communication
  • Limited effect
  • Media Dependancy

On whose work was the methodology of the researchers based on?

  • Marshall McLuhan
  • Paul Lazarsfeld
  • Noam Chomsky
  • Denis McQuail

What is a physical barrier?

  • a barrier that causes one to get emotional and not be receptive.
  • a barrier that result from different language and cultures.
  • a barrier that is often due to the nature of the environment.
  • a barrier that relates to a person's state of mind.

This type of interpersonal communication involves only TWO participants.

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  • Dyadic Communication
  • Small Group Communication
  • Public Communication
  • Organizational Communication

19. It is the outcome of the encoding which takes the form of verbal or nonverbal language.

  • Message

The law for working journalists and other employees has been passed in the year __________

  • A.1953
  • B.1954
  • C.1955
  • D.1957

When the producers of Blue's Clues cast an Asian because they wanted Asian representation on children's television, they are mindful of this function of mass media.

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  • Entertainment
  • Surveillance
  • Socialization
  • Linkage

.At present films are certified under ______ categories

  • (A) 4
  • (B) 3
  • (C) 5
  • (D) 6

Laws requiring that all records generated by a public body are open to the public unless they are specifically exempted by law.

  • fair use
  • freedom of information laws
  • intellectual property
  • liability

the Council by the name of Press Council of India has been established with effect from

  • 1st March 1972
  • 1st March 1979
  • 1st March 1977

A ________________ selects the Subject of a Play.

  • Playwright

5. Except for smelling, nonverbal methods include eye contact, body language, and facial expression.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

What did researchers at Princeton University point out?

  • That the mass society theorists were right
  • That only 1/6 of the audiences reacted that way while 5/6 remained unaffected
  • That one may actually expect an attack from Martians as media reflects society
  • That one need not panic as it was just a created event

According to this theory, we can predict much about the content of the mass media if we know who the owners are.

  • Encoding/Decoding
  • Medium Theory
  • Technological Determinism
  • Political Economy Theory

Review of a publication by officials before the publication is printed, broadcast or posted online.

  • prior restraint
  • prior review
  • public forum
  • underground

What Communication theory is Marshall McLuhan a prominent proponent of?

  • Cultivation Theory
  • Technological Determinism
  • Political Economy
  • Uses and Gratifications Theory

The term "communication" comes from the Greek word "communicare," which means "to share or make something common."

  • True
  • False

Untrue spoken words that harm another person's reputation or harm an organization's ability to conduct its affairs in a community. The spoken version of libel.

  • shield laws
  • slander
  • subpoena
  • sunshine laws

The process of media is fundamentally politically economic. True or False?

  • TRUTH!
  • WIT! Very wrong!

You are deciding what course to take in college.

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  • Intrapersonal Communication

____________________ is holistic in nature.

  • Plot
  • Character
  • Spectacle
  • Language and Music

Writing is a shared activity. Say true or False

  • True
  • False

What was Paul Lazarsfeld's view?

  • That media are powerful tools
  • That media are not powerful tools
  • That impact of media cannot be gauged by mere guesswork
  • That impact of media can be guessed if guessed properly

Under RTI Act, Information means

  • A.documents
  • B.advices
  • C.contracts
  • D.all of these

Which form of mass media makes information most accessible, but is also the least regulated?

  • Print media
  • Broadcast media
  • Digital/social media
  • All mass media is highly regulated

Name the three categories of mass media.

  • [No Answer]

Communication is a two way dynamic process wherein the sender sends a message through a channel to a receiver with the intent of changing the receiver's __________.

  • awareness, knowledge, assumptions, practices & skills
  • awareness, knowledge, advocacies, presumptions, and skills
  • awareness, knowledge, attitudes, practice & skills
  • awareness, knowledge, advocacies, practice, and skills

The term "communication" comes from the Latin word _______, which means "to make something common."

  • communicare

You and your bestfriend are talking about your celebrity crush.

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  • Dyadic Communication
  • Small Group Communication
  • Mass Communication
  • Intercultural Communication

What makes mass communication different from other forms of communication?

  • Communication with television.
  • Communication between 2 people.
  • Communication is communication within ourselves.
  • The medium has to have the ability to reach a large audience.

Laws that protect journalists from official demands to surrender heir journalistic research and images; vary from state to state.

  • shield laws
  • slander
  • subpoena
  • sunshine laws

It is a communication between individuals in a personal relationship which builds through time and involves their thoughts and feelings to a certain level.

  • Intrapersonal communication
  • Public communication
  • Interpersonal communucation
  • Small group communication

What is mass communication?

  • transmission of messages from a sender to a large amount of people.
  • 3 or more people in a group having a conversation.
  • communication between 2 people
  • communication over the radio

Customers can directly contact businesses with the help of ​ (a) media.

  • asocial
  • traditional
  • unreliable
  • global

In Interpersonal Communication, the number and purpose of participants determine the particular type of communication.

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  • True
  • False

You and your family are talking about school matters over dinner.

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  • Dyadic Communication
  • Small Group Communication
  • Organizational Communication
  • Intercultural Communication

Define inter-personal communication.

  • group communication with 4 or more people.
  • communication between two persons
  • non-verbal communication
  • communication with 3 or more people.

Plot is the soul of a tragedy

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

The doctrine that there are some circumstances in which copyrighted material may be used without acquiring permission from the copyright holder.

  • fair use
  • freedom of information laws
  • intellectual property
  • liability

21. It refers to anything that interferes with message transmission or reception.

  • Barriers

A legal written order to appear in court to present documents, to testify, etc.

  • shield laws
  • slander
  • subpoena
  • sunshine laws

Which era of mass communication followed the scientific perspective?

  • Mass society theory era
  • Limited effects theory era
  • Cultural theories era
  • None of the above

Why do you think George Eastman is one of the "fathers of photograph"?

  • He invented the first portable camera.
  • He invented the first portable camera.
  • His camera was simple to use.
  • It was not very expensive like the cameras before.

In speech, context refers to:

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  • person speaking
  • situation/event/occasion
  • person/s being addressed/spoken to
  • All of the above

26. The surrounding environment such as high temperatures, sun glare, a dust storm, a lack of ventilation, heavy rainfall, and vibrations can all interfere with communication. What kind of barrier is this?

  • Psychological barrier
  • Physiological barrier
  • Socio-psychological barrier
  • Physical barrier

Which among these photos is an example of mass communication? Check all that applies.

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40. This communication principle entails taking into consideration the viewpoints and feelings of the receiver of the message.

  • Principle of Clarity
  • Principle of Courtesy
  • Principle of Concreteness
  • Principle of Correctness

Shri Paranjoy Guha Thakurta and Shri Kalimekolam Sreenivas Reddy committee was appointed for?

  • MEDIA TRIAL
  • PAID NEWS
  • CONTEMPT OF COURT
  • ANTI-TRUST ISSUES

Which of the following should NOT be added when writing a film review?

  • Background of the movie
  • Favourite part
  • The spoilers
  • Your rating

If we want to know why and specifically are college students are watching on Netflix. Whose theory should we use?

  • Marshall McLuhan
  • Elihu Katz
  • George Gerbner
  • Albert Bandura

Ritual theory supporters were called the Functionalists.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Press Council Act was enacted in the year __________

  • A.1965
  • B.1978
  • C.1968
  • D.1969

Which photo best represents the linkage function of mass media?

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A document---usually a card with a reporter's picture and name and the name of his or her publication---that identifies an individual as a member of the press; gives a reporter access to people, events and legal or governmental proceedings that may be off-limits to the general public.

  • liability
  • libel
  • press credentials
  • press package

Present Chairman of Press Council of India?

  • (A) Justice Chandramauli Kumar Prasad
  • (B) Justice Markandey Katju
  • (C) Justice P B Sawant
  • (D) None of them

The following are examples of Intrapersonal Communication except:

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  • talking in front of the mirror
  • consulting advice to a friend
  • berating oneself
  • reviewing

Reorder the following in terms of the most popular platform in terms of users

  • Facebook
  • Youtube
  • Instagram
  • WeChat
  • Tumblr

Material that a company has prepared for the use of the press; also called a press kit.

  • liability
  • libel
  • press credentials
  • press package

Which one does NOT belong:The five freedoms in the First Amendment are:

  • religion
  • speech
  • petitioning the court
  • press
  • assembly

Do you think the media have too much power?

  • [No Answer]

_____________ refers to the interaction of members along the links of its structure.

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  • Organizational Communication

This communication is carried out with the aid of media technology.

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  • Dyadic Communication
  • Public Communication
  • Mass Communication
  • Intercultural Communication

Saint Louis College posted an announcement on the SLC Facebook page.

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  • Public Communication
  • Mass Communication
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Organizational Communication

Which one of the following function is not performed by the press?

  • It provides ready-made opinion to the people
  • It helps the government in knowing public mind
  • It helps the government in preparation of electoral lists
  • It acquaints the people with the various problems facing the country

Why was the printing press invented?

  • to print more material in less time
  • to help authors see their books quicker
  • to print pictures in more books
  • to make paper that would last longer

15. It refers to the methods we use to communicate as well as the specific tools we use in the communication process.

  • Channel

WHICH ACT HAS DEFINED 'NEWSPAPER' AND 'BOOK' ?

  • RTI ACT
  • NEWSPAPER ACT
  • PCI ACT
  • PRB ACT

6. All interpretations by the receiver are influenced by their experiences, attitudes, knowledge, skills, perceptions, and culture.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Ramman art form is popular in

  • Gujarat
  • Maharashtra
  • Uttarakhand
  • Assam

29. What communication barrier exists when two people speak different languages and are therefore unable to communicate with each other?

  • Semantic barrier
  • Cultural barrier
  • Language barrier
  • Status consciousness

____________ is the Author's character.

  • Raisonneur

_________ was the first performer.

  • Thespis

17. This element will enable the sender to determine whether the message has been received and understood.

  • _Feedback

___ was among the first social media platform to connect people through shared friends and acquaintance.

  • Friendster

The theft of intellectual property is ***

  • stealing
  • fair use
  • copyright infringement
  • copyright

The exclusive right to reproduce, adapt, distribute, display or perform a creative work.

  • copyright
  • copyright infringement
  • court-recognized privileges
  • defamation

Match the following genres of movies with their characteristics.

  • Horror scare
  • Action chases and fights
  • Adventure characters leave home to fulfill a goal
  • Comedy Puns and wordplay

A place for public assembly or public expression.

  • prior restraint
  • prior review
  • public forum
  • underground

You presented your section in an Oratorical Speech.

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  • Mass Communication
  • Dyadic Communication
  • Small Group Comunication
  • Public Communication

You and your classmates attended a webinar as part of your activity in your Practical Research II subject.

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  • Organizational Communication
  • Mass Communication
  • Small Group Communication
  • Public Communication

Which one is not the element of mass communication?

  • Anonymous
  • Massive
  • Individual production
  • Heterogenous

Excessive use of social media causes ​ (a) while its benefits assist in _​ (b) .

  • areduced life satisfaction
  • areduced life satisfaction
  • bbuilding social networks

Knowingly publishing untrue or misleading words, pictures or symbols---that harms another person's reputation or harms an organization's ability to conduct its affairs in a community.

  • liability
  • libel
  • press credentials
  • press package

Conversation in a canteen is ______ interpersonal communication

  • Formal
  • informal
  • interactive

Which shows examples of Mass Communication?

  • Social media, Yahoo, Google
  • Bing, Newspapers, Television
  • Internet, Instagram, Snapchat
  • Newspapers, Television, Radio, Internet

What are considered the weapons of mass communication?

  • What are considered the weapons of mass communication?
  • Bing, Newspapers, Television
  • Newspapers, Television, Radio, Internet
  • Social media, Yahoo, Google

What types of changes did the printing press facilitate?

  • books more available
  • books more available
  • made sharing information across large areas possible
  • books were cheaper

Which of the following is NOT a feature of the Edison and Lumiere films?

  • They were very long
  • They included realistic scenes
  • Editing was not utilised
  • They used fixed frames

The Cultural and Social situation influences the kind of communication that takes place.

  • True
  • False

Law concerned with non criminal matters

  • A.civil law
  • B.media law
  • C.public law
  • D.none of

Should media outlets be punished for false information?

  • [No Answer]

Which is a synonym of "ban"?

  • protect
  • prevent
  • restrict
  • delay

According to Julia Wood, a theory has 5 basic goals. Which of the following is not a goal of a theory?

  • Description
  • Assumption
  • Explanation
  • Prediction
  • Reform
  • Understanding

_________refers to the action (verbal or non-verbal) undertaken in response to the message.

  • _Feedback

The _ was invented in 1844 by Samuel F. B. Morse.

  • telegraph
  • television
  • telescope

20. It is the failure to successfully communicate ideas or intentions as a result of flaws or obstacles in the communication process.

  • Miscommunication

In this type of communication you think and learn about yourself, talk and reason with yourself, and evaluate yourself.

  • Public communication
  • Interpersonal comunucation
  • Online communication
  • Intrapersonal communication

Privileges recognized by the courts and usually based on the First Amendment; vary from state to state and from situation to situation.

  • copyright
  • copyright infringement
  • court-recognized privileges
  • defamation

Who is this message most likely written for?

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  • Teachers
  • Dogs
  • Doctors
  • Children

Memesis means

  • Theatre
  • Imitation
  • Art of Acting
  • Fine Arts

Name two demographic groups you belong to.

  • [No Answer]

Social Media and Traditional Media both have the same reach.

  • True
  • False

According to Marshall McLuhan's Media Map of History, whose invention ushered in the Print Age?

  • Confucius
  • Irving Fang
  • Johannes Gutenberg
  • Lumiere Brothers

Which of the following is NOT true about The Great Train Robbery

  • First western
  • First to use editing
  • Used a stationary camera
  • Had inter-mixing of scenes

7. One example of nonverbal communication is tone.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

9. Jane stole Maria's marketing strategies and presented them to their boss, which made her a candidate for promotion.

  • ETHICAL
  • UNETHICAL

Improper use of a copyrighted work; the theft of intellectual property.

  • copyright
  • copyright infringement
  • court-recognized privileges
  • defamation

36. The doctor my sister consulted with due to an infection of the chest used examples, illustrations, and analogies to explain her condition. What communication principle did the doctor apply in this scenario?

  • Principle of Courtesy
  • Principle of Concreteness
  • Principle of Conciseness
  • Principle of Completeness

20.Defamatory (false and injurious) written statements or materials, including movies or photographs is called

  • (A) Libel
  • (B) Slander
  • (C) Lien
  • (D) None of these

True or false: Media can persuade you to do something?

  • True
  • False

When was the telephone invented?

  • The telephone was invented in 1876.
  • The telephone was invented in 1894.
  • The telephone was invented in 1877.
  • The telephone was invented in 1984.

25. It is a sender-focused communication in which a person shares information or gives a presentation in front of an audience in a public setting.

  • Public communication

The _​ (a) has a major role in the post-production phase of producing a film.

  • aeditor
  • director
  • actor
  • makeup artist
  • scriptwriter
  • screenwriter

The telephone was invented by _____.

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Jonas Salk

Which photo/s is represents an example/s of the surveillance function of media?

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Which of the following mass media theories portrays the given picture?

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  • Mood management theory
  • Agenda setting theory
  • Entertainment education
  • Limited effects theory

_________is indeed the very life-blood of the press, no matter which government is in power.

  • Credibility
  • responsibility
  • Accessibility
  • None of the above

On this type of Interpersonal Communication, Speaker addresses many Listeners.

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  • Small Group Communication
  • Mass Communication
  • Public Communication
  • Intercultural Communication

1.Communication is an act of transferring information and messages from one person to another through any means.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

You are facing the mirror and deciding what to wear for an important event.

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  • Dyadic Communication
  • Intrapersonal Communication
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • None of the above.

In order for a statement to be defamatory, it must

  • a. lower a person in the estimation of the community.
  • b. be the product of a diseased mind.
  • c. be highly offensive to a reasonable person.
  • d. expose another person to physical harm.

Before printing books were...

  • hand written
  • hand written
  • rare
  • expensive
  • cheap
  • always in Latin

Bhava is a one way communication

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

The elements of Theatre was discovered by

  • Bharata
  • Kalidasa
  • Aristotle
  • Natyashastra

Approximately how old is language?

  • 300 years old
  • 3 million years old
  • 3 years old
  • 3500 BC

Cinema has helped expose people to different cultures.

  • True
  • False

30. What type of communication barrier could result from daydreaming or having your thoughts elsewhere while someone is speaking to you?

  • Physiological barrier
  • Psychological barrier
  • Socio-psychological
  • Physical barrier

This type of Interpersonal Communication is intended for studying an issue and coming up with a solution.

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  • Formal Communication
  • Frozen Communication
  • Organizational Communication
  • Small Group Communication

Climactic Plot is condensed than Episodic Plot

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

To improve the standard of news agencies and Newspapers __________ was reconstituted.

  • (A) Press Council
  • (B) Wage Boards
  • (C) Press Forums
  • (D) None of these

How did Johannes Gutenburg's invention of movable type and the printing press IMPROVE the world?

  • Powerful leaders and rich people could not have lots of books.
  • People traveled from around the world to see the printing press.
  • Many average people become educated because they could now get books more easily.

8. A different tone can change the perceived meaning of a message.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

The news reports has been ...... to remove parts which are considered inappropriate.

  • reviewed
  • censored
  • analyzed
  • taken

Define intra-personal communication?

  • communication with 3 or more people
  • communication within ourselves
  • communication with 2 or more people
  • none of them

Sending a message through the right ___ is essential for effective communication.

  • medium

Damage to someone's reputation brought about by libel or slander.

  • copyright
  • copyright infringement
  • court-recognized privileges
  • defamation

A wilful disobedience of a court order or a wilful interference with the administration of Justice is __________

  • A.contempt of court
  • B.conflict of laws
  • C.compensatory damages
  • D.none of these)

37. When my friend described to me what happened that night, she cited the statements of witnesses. Before telling me this story, she confirmed these claims by asking the people involved if all of the information she has is true and accurate. What communication principle is being used here?

  • Principle of Clarity
  • Principle of Courtesy
  • Principle of Completeness
  • Principle of Correctness

According to the Transactional Model, people are both sender and receiver at the same time.

  • true
  • false

3. Miscommunication is the failure to effectively communicate ideas and intentions.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

In an International Youth Camp, you and your newly-met friends suddenly talked about how you celebrate marriage in your own countries.

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  • Small Group Communication
  • Small Group Communication
  • Public Communication
  • Intercultural Communication

Match the following

  • Ambiguity Semantic
  • Message instead of call Wrong Medium
  • Emotions Socio-Psychological
  • time Physical
  • Unfamiliar language Language

Being the secretary, you were asked by your boss to join a meeting on a proposed project.

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  • Public Communication
  • Organizational Communication
  • Small Group Comunication
  • Mass Communication

The Press and Registration of Books Act enacted in the year __________

  • A.1857
  • B.1867
  • C.1877
  • D.1897

The telephone is transferring the human ___________ along wires.

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  • letter
  • smoke
  • voice
  • code

A student publication that does not use school resources and is not affiliated with the school.

  • prior restraint
  • prior review
  • public forum
  • underground publication

What room number is your mass communications class held in?

  • 100
  • 2
  • 1,000,000,000
  • 503

Damage to someone's reputation brought about by libel or slander is ***

  • defamation

16. It is an element that provokes or causes the sender to initiate an interaction.

  • Stimulus

_________________ is the last part of play in Natyashastra

  • Attainment
  • Effort
  • Climax
  • Fruition

The media tend to report ... news stories to attract more readers.

  • shock
  • sensationalize
  • sensational
  • surprised

The Underground Congress Radio was started by ___

  • Freedom fighters

34. Effective senders create mental pictures for the receiver by using specific words, illustrations, and examples because general and abstract ideas will only confuse the receiver. What principle of communication is applied?

  • Principle of Correctness
  • Principle of Concreteness
  • Principle of Conciseness
  • Principle of Completeness

_________________ is very esesntial in Theatre

  • Performers
  • Audience
  • Stage
  • Environment

32. What kind of communication barrier is status consciousness?

  • Physical barrier
  • Cultural barrier
  • Psychological barrier
  • Socio-psychological barrier

Mention true or false. "Radio is a medium of written communication"

  • True
  • False

35. Emily sent an email to the team informing them that there will be a meeting tomorrow. She did not, however, specify the time or location of the meeting, and there is no set agenda. The recipients of the email would have to write back or call Emily for clarification. What communication principle did Emily violate?

  • Principle of Clarity
  • Principle of Conciseness
  • Principle of Correctness
  • Principle of Completeness

Having a face-to-face conversation with your friend is an example of what type of communication?

  • Intrapersonal communication
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Small group communication
  • Public communication

Mass communication can be differentiated from communication in the following ways: 1) it is a complex process 2) it is always made possible with the aid of one or more machines 3) messages are private 4) it is directed at a large, homogenous audience. Which of the statements are true?

  • 2 only
  • 1 & 2
  • 1, 2, 4
  • all statements are true

Which word means a short film of news?

  • entertainment
  • newsreel
  • audience

The best model to explain the complexities of the human dynamics of face-to-face communication is the Transmission Model.

  • true
  • false

What was the theme of the artictic work that prompted the scientific perspective on mass communication?

  • Earthlings going into outer space
  • Humans undertaking massive deep-sea projects
  • Humans being able to fly
  • Martians attacking the earth

14. An element of communication that is responsible for choosing a message to send, someone to send the message to, and a channel through which to send the message.

  • Sender

Ritual Theory was responsible for the emergence of the art of story telling.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Who is responsible for the world's first motion picture film camera?

  • Thomas Edison
  • George Eastman
  • Clint Eastwood
  • Ben Franklin
  • Eli Whitney

What is your Mass Communications teacher's name?

  • Boswell

38. When Joshua's essay on "Study from Home" was returned, he found the following phrases underlined: “A lot of teachers continue to serve due to the fact that they are committed to their profession.” The teacher then suggested: "Teachers continue to serve because of their commitment."What principle of communication is applied by the teacher?

  • Principle of Clarity
  • Principle of Conciseness
  • Principle of Courtesy
  • Principle of Completeness

Billboards are examples of ............................... Media.

  • Outdoor

Paul Lazarsfeld believed in ...

  • Scientific study of media & audience behaviour
  • Assumptions of the media
  • Assumptions of the audience
  • Skills of media technicians

Urvashi's love story is depicted in

  • Malavikagnimitram
  • Vikramorvasiyam
  • Natyashastra
  • Abhijnanashakuntalam

According to Gillespie, Art is ....

  • Synthetic
  • Synthetic
  • Ultimate Reality

You are talking with your boyfriend/girlfriend about breakup.

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  • Dyadic Communication

What are the years of the Scientific Perspective on Mass Communication Era?

  • 1932 - 1950
  • 1938 - 1945
  • 1930 - 1940
  • 1939 - 1949

The result of creative work; for example, a novel, a song or artwork.

  • fair use
  • freedom of information laws
  • intellectual property
  • liability

Indian Street Theatre is called

  • Nukkad Natak

Loka natya is

  • Realistic
  • Symbolic
  • Dance
  • Folk Dance

True or False: Communication is more than just talking face to face?

  • True
  • False

_________refers to everything other than words: intonation, pitch, regional accent, sarcasm, hesitations, truthfulness, emotions, etc.

  • Paralanguage

The Supreme Court of India is located in __________

  • A.ernakulam
  • B.thiruvananthapuram
  • C.new delhi
  • D.none of these

12. It is the process by which the message is interpreted by the receiver.

  • Decoding

What was the reaction of Americans that caught the attention of social scientists?

  • They waited to see what happens
  • They panicked and dialed the emergency services' numbers
  • They panicked and fled from their homes
  • They gathered food & water & prepared for an emergency

4. Rolling your eyes, raising your brows, or using sign language are not examples of communication.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

The character very close to the Protagonist is called

  • Foil
  • Antagonist
  • Confidante
  • Narrator

Information Technology Act, 2000 came into force on?

  • 1 January 2001
  • 11 June 2000
  • 17 October 2000
  • 24 December 2002

What are demographics?

  • [No Answer]

TRUE OR FALSE:Different theories are incompatible

  • TRUTH!
  • WIT! Hindi naman! Keri lang.

28. Jon is a Russian student at Putra Malaysia University. He offers his Malaysian female friend a handshake, but she declines. As a result, Jon is humiliated. He later discovered that women in Malaysia do not like to handshake men, as part of their cultural norm. What communication barrier arose during this brief interaction?

  • Socio-psychological barrier
  • Cultural barrier
  • Cross-cultural communication
  • Psychological barrier

13. An element of communication that is responsible for decoding the received message into meaningful information.

  • Receiver

Prohibiting the inclusion of certain elements in a publication or broadcast.

  • prior restraint
  • prior review
  • public forum
  • underground

What are the two types of Speech Context?

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  • Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Communication

___________________ is a tool of theatre.

  • Anachronisms
  • Illusions
  • Flashbacks
  • All of the above

24. It is a type of communication that has a large, diverse audience and requires specific media or technology to disseminate information.

  • Mass communication

A "high-five" is an example of...

  • haptics

______________ is considered the God of Theatre.

  • Dionysus

___ is the most inexpensive and portable form of mass communication

  • Radio

Right to Information act Came in to force in __________

  • (A) 12th October 2005
  • (B) 22nd October 2005
  • (C) 12 Jun 2006
  • (D) 22nd October 2006)

1) Messages in mass media are low-cost, rapid and multiplicative.2) Messages in mass media are always one way.3) The sources of mass media messages are always organizations.4) Audiences in mass media are always potentially large.Which of the statements are not true?

  • 2, 3
  • 1,2
  • 1, 2, 3
  • 2, 4

2. The receiver is responsible for selecting the most appropriate channel of communication.

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Supreme court of India came into being in__________

  • A.28th jan 1950
  • B.26th jan 1950
  • C.28th feb 1950
  • D.26th feb 1950

Legal responsibility. The idea that any person who could have and should have prevented an injury can be held responsible for it.

  • fair use
  • freedom of information laws
  • intellectual property
  • liability

31. A patient who is unfamiliar with medical terminology was unable to understand what the doctor was saying. What kind of barrier is this?

  • Psychological barrier
  • Socio-psychological barrier
  • Semantic barrier
  • Language barrier

The Freedom of Information Bill 2000 introduced in the Lok Sabha on

  • 25th July 2000
  • 25th July 2001
  • 25th July 2002
  • 25th July 2003

How did they mass society theory critics react to this event?

  • They cited this as a proof of people reacting en masse to a media event
  • They thought of reassessing their viewpoint
  • They agreed that times have changed and new theories must be considered
  • They wanted further proof to support their theory

39. When speaking with a friend, Jane uses simple words and vocabulary as well as conversational language. She also avoids language that is flowery, ambiguous, or laden with jargon. What communication principle is being used?

  • Principle of Correctness
  • Principle of Conciseness
  • Principle of Clarity
  • Principle of Concreteness

This communication is designed to inform, persuade, or entertain an audience.

  • Dyadic communication
  • Small group communication
  • Public communication
  • Interpersonal communication

Bhakti movement originated in

  • South India
  • North India
  • East India
  • North East India

23. It is a task-focused type of communication in which members of a group collaborate to achieve a specific purpose or goal.

  • Group communication
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