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Flash mob: Quiz


Question 1: A flash mob (or flashmob)[1] is a large group of people who assemble suddenly in a ________, perform an unusual and pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse.
Millennium ParkPublic spaceRainbow StreetOosterpark (Amsterdam)

Question 2: [2][3][4][5][6][7] The term is generally not applied to events organized by ________ firms, protests, and publicity stunts.
Citizen journalismPublic relationsBlogMedia bias

Question 3: Subsequently, 200 people flooded the lobby and mezzanine of the ________ hotel in synchronized applause for about 15 seconds, and a shoe boutique in SoHo was invaded by participants pretending to be tourists on a bus trip.
ChicagoUnited StatesHyattSão Paulo

Question 4:
Flash mob, Charice Pempengco and Zinedine Zidane are all:
2000s fads and trends Community organizing Internet memes Politics and technology

Question 5:
Flash mob, Blog and Technocracy are all:
Flash mob Community organizing Politics and technology 2000s fads and trends

Question 6: [2] Word spread via social networking sites, including ________, Myspace, private blogs, public forums, personal websites, as well as by word of mouth, text messaging, and email.

Question 7: At various ________ stations, people gathered with their portable music devices, and at a set time began dancing to their music.
King's Cross St. Pancras tube stationLiverpool Street stationBank-Monument stationLondon Underground

Question 8: The city of ________, Germany has banned flash mobs.

Question 9:
Flash mob, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks are all:
Flash mob Community organizing Politics and technology 2000s fads and trends

Question 10: In April 2009, police used pepper spray to break up a flash mob event at ________, and arrested five people.
University of Tennessee at ChattanoogaGeorgia Southern UniversityWestern Carolina UniversityElon University

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