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1165 Final Exam Study Guide
Chapters 10, 11, 14 & 15
This is a guide – not the answers.
Burning or defacing the American flag/First Amendment
Seditious libel/The Alien and Sedition Act
All the acts from media law – Comstock, etc.
Legal terms and the law from that chapter. Examples of it, what it accomplishes or doesn’t.
(De)Regulation, The Fairness Doctrine, Equal Opportunity Rule
Know about prior restraint, obscenity, indecency, The Communications Decency Act of 1996, The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Copyright law, privacy law, libel law, slander
News stuff like newsreels, radio info, and newspapers – know the years 1909, 1920, 1940, 1980 and 1995
Early beginning of news and broadcasts
What are embedded journalists, stringers, anchors, correspondents, citizen journalism.
Fox News, CNN, 24 hour news, news values, pegs and examples for it – like proximity, prominence, conflict, novelty, and human interest
Details on terms from the internet chapter – but definitely not limited to servers, software, hardware, hyperlink, packet switching, etc.
Be prepared to match the terms and definitions from the internet chapter
Match the Internet development and years – 1969-2006
Ethics matching such as ombudsmen and others… as well as the philosophical backgrounds with their