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Question 1: Fourth Estate • Fifth Estate • ________ • Infotainment • Media bias • Public relations • Yellow journalism
BlogFreedom of the pressState mediaDefamation

Question 2: Advocacy • Churnalism • Citizen • Civic • Collaborative • Community • Conspiracy • Database • Gonzo • Investigative • Literary • ________ • Narrative • New • Opinion • Special Interest • Peace • Visual • Watchdog
Journalism ethics and standardsMuckrakerDefamationMedia bias

Question 3: Creative nonfiction (also known as literary or narrative nonfiction) is a ________ of writing that uses literary styles and techniques to create factually accurate narratives.

Question 4: Creative nonfiction contrasts with other nonfiction, such as technical writing or ________, which is also rooted in accurate fact, but is not primarily written in service to its craft.
New JournalismMedia biasDefamationJournalism

Question 5: One example of these incidents is the ________ controversy.
Larry KingCNNA Million Little PiecesJames Frey

Question 6: To date, there is very little published literary criticism of nonfiction works, despite the fact that the genre is often published in respected publications such as ________, Vanity Fair, and others.
The New YorkerGrantaNewsweekHarper's Magazine

Question 7: What is creative non-fiction? Phil Druker, ________
University of IdahoBoise State UniversityCollege of IdahoIdaho Vandals

Question 8: Bruce Dobler's Creative Nonfiction Compendium, Bruce Dobler, ________
Heinz FieldPittsburgh PanthersUniversity of PittsburghCarnegie Mellon University

Question 9: As a genre, creative nonfiction is still relatively young, and is only beginning to be scrutinized with the same critical analysis given to fiction and ________.
NovelLiteraturePoetryLyric poetry

Question 10: In 2008, the ________ featured an article about the memoirist Margaret Seltzer, whose pen name is Margaret B.
The New York TimesInternational Herald TribuneThe New York Times CompanyThe Boston Globe


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