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Journalism SG

Final Exam Study Guide

Define Actual Malice Knowledge of Falsity
Define Reckless Disregard A reckless lack of attention to the truth that misleads or deceives another
Define Appropriation An act or instance of appropriating something
Define Defamation Individual groups of individuals, companies, or firms to sue for damage to their reputation
Define False Light When information is published about a person that is false
Define Invasion of Privacy If he or she uses the name or likeness of another for commercial purposes without permission.
Define Libel If a journalist reports something that is true it cannot be libelous, even if it damages a person's reputation
Define Negligence As the democratization of journalism increases many bloggers can be considered journalists
Define Prior Review When anyone not on the publication/media staff requires that he or she be allowed to read, view or approve student material before distribution, airing or publication
Define Public Disclosure The publicizing of a private matter that would be highly offensive to a reasonable person and not of legitimate concern to the public
Define Slander Words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
What was the New York Times vs Sullivan case about The Court held that the First Amendment protects newspapers even when they print false statements, as long as the newspapers did not act with “actual malice.”
What was the West Virginia State Board of Education vs Barnette case about Compelling children in public schools to salute the U.S. flag was an unconstitutional violation of their freedom of speech and religion.
What was the Bethel School District No. 403 vs Fraser case about A student gave a nominating speech in a general school assembly that described another candidate with strong sexual metaphors.
What was the Hazelwood School District vs Kuhlmeier case about The First Amendment rights of student journalists are not violated when school officials prevent the publication of certain articles in the school newspaper.
What is the difference about Ethics and the Law Laws are what we have to do Ethics are what we should do
What is Yellow Journalism Journalism of the 1890s that used drama, romance, and exaggeration to sell millions of newspapers
Whose papers started Yellow Journalism William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer
What revolution did Yellow Journalism start Spanish-American War
What year did Yellow Journalism start in 1890s
Who created the Yellow Kid R.F. Outcault
Hearst is the owner of what newspaper New York Journal
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